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Smith sticking with program | Tampa Bay Times
TAMPA — The vindication was as overwhelming as the victory for Bucs coach Lovie Smith.

Smith sticking with program | Tampa Bay Times
TAMPA — The vindication was as overwhelming as the victory for Bucs coach Lovie Smith.

Chicago Daily Law Bulletin - Lovie Smith isn’t only his dad — he’s also a client
It was summer 2010, and Chicago Bears fan Matthew F. Smith was consumed by the team’s debate du jour — the future of the head coach. Then 24 years old, he thought his father, Lovie Smith, deserved a extension to his contract, which was set to expire at the end of the 2011 season.

Lovie Smith: DEA search a 'non-issue' | Tampa Bay Times
TAMPA — Coach Lovie Smith doesn't expect a Drug Enforcement Administration investigation to linger around the Bucs past Sunday's brief airport stop.

Bucs notes: WR Evans has TD celebration dilemma | TBO.com, The Tampa Tribune and The Tampa Times
As a kid growing up in Galveston, Texas, Mike Evans’ favorite football player was Randy Moss. But that’s only one reason the Buccaneers rookie wide receiver has made Moss’s signature touchdown celebration his own.

Bucs defense inspired by Chicago crime film | TBO.com, The Tampa Tribune and The Tampa Times
In preparing for a matchup at Washington, Lovie Smith showed his captive audience a Charles Tillman highlight film, focusing on his uncanny knack for punching the ball loose.

Bucs' Evans Proving To Be NFL's Top Rookie WR This Year | Pewter Report
Despite missing a game with a groin injury, Buccaneers wide receiver Mike Evans leads all rookies in receiving yards with 794 thanks to a monster performance in Tampa Bay’s 27-7 win at Washington.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers have pass rush, coverage working together - ESPN
The pass rush and coverage combos were working perfectly together for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in their win over the Washington Redskins.

Clinton McDonald quietly getting job done for Buccaneers - ESPN
Nose tackle Clinton McDonald, who was signed away from Seattle, is quietly putting together a nice season for the Bucs.

Upon Further Review: Bucs-Redskins
After reviewing the game tape with his team on Monday, Smith shared his thoughts on such issues as the underrated work of the Bucs' secondary on Sunday, the play of DT Clinton McDonald and more

Stat Shots: Bucs-Redskins
Danny Lansanah is now the INT leader at his position and Josh McCown was very efficient...A closer look at those numbers and more from Sunday, including one or two about a certain rookie receiver