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Scot Brantley

Scot is an Ocala native, went to Ocala Forest High School, and became an all-SEC linebacker and Rookie of the Year with the University of Florida from 1976 to 1979. He’s also a member of the Gator Hall of Fame, the Florida Sports Hall of Fame, and has been honored with a Ricky Bell Award for his service to various children’s charities.

A third round draft pick in 1980 and one of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ most popular players during his time with the team from 1980 to 1988, Scot made team history by being one of the top five players in games started, games played, total tackles, and interceptions by a linebacker. He went on to work as a color analyst with the Bucs broadcast team and co-hosted the Florida Gators’ pre-game, halftime, and post-game shows on the Gator Football Network.

In the 1990’s Scot moved into sports/talk radio, co-hosting a show with Steve Duemig on Tampa Bay’s Sportsradio 910 WFNS and later with veteran Ronnie Lane on WQYK AM-1010.

Today (2008) Scot is on-the-air at Tampa Bay’s Sportsradio AM-1470 WHBO, teamed with "The Fabulous Sports Babe," Nanci Donnellan, each afternoon on the “Brantley and the Babe” show.

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1990 - 2008 Other Tampa Bay Area Stations (On Air Personality)

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