Internet Goodness

Breakaway Beach, the latest addition to the link list, is another Tampa sports blog. Despite the name, Breakaway Beach covers football, baseball and hockey. JRF (aka Oiler) gives as good of a league round up as you will find. Which is even more amazing considering he is a FSU grad.

As long as were talking blog links, check out BucStats.com, a blog masquerading as a stats site (you can't fool me Scott). BucStats, besides providing all the Bucs stats you could hope for, covers all the news which slips through the sizable cracks at the Tampa Tribune.

Continuing the trend of blogs that begin with "B" (oddly enough they all begin with "B"), Bolts Mag should be your first stop for all news Lightning. With the hockey season beginning shortly and the Lightning defending their Stanley Cup, John provides in depth analysis of one of the most confusing (and longest) NHL off seasons.

Birds and Braves is the best Atlanta sports blog you will find (if you can find a better one I will fully refund your BestBucs' subscription). With the Braves headed for the postseason and his beloved Michigan team struggling mightily, Michael (aka Grits) is concentrating far more on baseball than football. Hopefully by the time the Falcons play the Bucs that will change.

The Sports Frog has been voted by Forbes as one of the best sports blogs out there. While I'm not sure what the Frog used to bribe (blackmail?) Forbes, any site that does not post scores should not have won this distinguished honor. The Swamp is half way decent though.

BucPower is an interesting British Bucs fan website. BucPower links to all the latest Bucs articles. As Gruden might have said (possibly while delirious after going a week on three hours of sleep), "BucPower.com? I've visited that site and man, it's awesome."

And finally, I will mention The Continuing Saga blog, which has the smell of death on it. I'm all for more Bucs blogs, and Continuing Saga has potential. But when you post a recap of the Vikings game a week and a half late, it doesn't bode well for your blog. At that rate we can expect a post on the Bills game some time in mid October.

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