Hailing from Pascagoula, Mississippi, Terrell Buckley was recruited to Florida State University with the hopes of filling a void left by all-time great, Deion Sanders. Buckley did not disappoint as he set the Seminoles all-time record for career interceptions with 21 in just three seasons. Buckley would continue to torment quarterbacks in the NFL, snagging 50 INTs over the course of his career, including 24 during his six seasons as a Miami Dolphins cornerback.
In The Tank, T-Buck fondly recalls his Florida State journey (2:24) and discusses his tenure in Green Bay after the Packers selected him with the 5th overall pick of the 1992 draft (11:45). He also relives the call from Don Shula that would lead him to Miami (13:30), details his long, and somewhat rocky history with Jimmy Johnson (18:44), breaks down his 91-yard pick six at Buffalo in 1996 (22:52), reflects on the bonds built with Sam Madison and Patrick Surtain (33:33), and explains why Anthony Harris had no chance to beat him in a foot race (39:02).
Contributors to this episode include Sean Todd aka DJ Prēc and Miami Dolphins Productions.
Theme song created and performed by The Honorable SoLo D.