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Rick and Tom podcast: Will Jon Gruden win more games than Dirk Koetter?

In our rapid-fire round, Rick Stroud and Tom Jones talk Bucs, Jon Gruden vs. Dirk Koetter, who can stop the Lightning, who will the Rays trade next, how long will the Patriots' Bill Belichick and Tom Brady stay around, what should happen to the College Football Playoff in terms of expansion, how much longer will Nick Saban coach and more. Listen below:

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Rick and Tom podcast: Will Jon Gruden win more games than Dirk Koetter? 01/11/18 [Last modified: Thursday, January 11, 2018 10:07am]
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