Via Greg Auman of The Athletic, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have announced the rescheduled ceremony to inductees former head coach Bruce Arians into the team’s Ring of Honor.
Bucs have rescheduled Bruce Arians’ Ring of Honor ceremony for their final home game of this season, Jan. 1 vs. Carolina. Had gotten postponed due to the threat of Hurricane Ian.
— Greg Auman (@gregauman) November 2, 2022
As Auman reports, the ceremony will be at halftime of the January 1st matchup with the Carolina Panthers. The original ceremony was postponed due to the threat of Hurricane Ian earlier this year.
Arians stepped aside as head coach this past offseason taking a job as the Senior Football Consultant for the team. He finished his career as the Buccaneers’ head coach with 36-19 record and a Super Bowl championship.
Overall, the Bucs went 36-19 in the regular season under Arians, including a 13-4 mark in 2021, and won five playoff games. Arians becomes the 14th member of the team’s Ring of Honor.
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