We kick off this Buc'em feature, called ON THIS DAY, by celebrating the turn around of the franchise. Every Day, we will look back at a game played ON THAT DAY, in Bucs history.
A New Day in Tampa Bay-
Personal Seat Licenses. Bumper Stickers. Raymond James. Pewter Power.
All new terms for Bucs fans in 1997. New Owners, the Glazers, renamed the stadium, and changed the uniforms too. After hiring head coach Tony Dungy, the Bucs began to turn their 1996 season around with a win over Oakland and a win in San Diego, and finished on a high note.
It had happened before, so skeptical Bucs fans didnt want to get hopes up too high, but there was a feeling that something really special had happened.
So either watch and see how it happened, or re-live this special memory, because it happened On This Day!
SO Can we do it again? Can we beat Dallas this same way and shock everyone?
Is it possible?
What do you think??
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