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Dive in with Miami Dolphins all-time great, OJ McDuffie, and co-host Seth Levit as the guys are joined by their friends from Dolphins Nation for conversation that ranges from thought provoking to outrageously hilarious. Whether the guest is a former Dolphins player, team personnel, or member of the South Florida sports media, when you’re in the tank you can expect some of the best stories you’ve never heard!

The Fish Tank: Miami Dolphins Tales From The Deep O.J. McDuffie and Seth Levit

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    • 4.9 • 295 Ratings

Dive in with Miami Dolphins all-time great, OJ McDuffie, and co-host Seth Levit as the guys are joined by their friends from Dolphins Nation for conversation that ranges from thought provoking to outrageously hilarious. Whether the guest is a former Dolphins player, team personnel, or member of the South Florida sports media, when you’re in the tank you can expect some of the best stories you’ve never heard!

    Dwight Hollier: Psycho

    Dwight Hollier: Psycho

    An Official Miami Dolphins Podcast
    Born and raised in Hampton, Virginia, Dwight Hollier attended the University of North Carolina where he was an All-ACC linebacker and Academic All-Conference student athlete. The Dolphins selected Hollier in the fourth round of the 1992 draft and he would go on to play eight of his nine NFL seasons in Miami.
    In The Tank, Dwight reflects upon his childhood in Hampton, as well as the story behind his unexpected nickname (2:45). He also recalls his draft class, which featured first round selections Troy Vincent and Marco Coleman (14:38), explains his mindset while playing for the Fins Mike Westhoff-led special teams units (25:51), details the moment he knew the Dolphins struck gold with the selection of Zach Thomas (38:42), and candidly shares his very personal struggles with transitioning out of football, which ultimately led him down his current career path as Senior Associate Athletic Director for Student-Athlete Health, Well-Being, and Program Outreach at UNC (49:10).
    Contributors to this episode include Sean “DJ Prec” Todd and Dolphins Productions.
    Theme song created and performed by The Honorable SoLo D.

    • 1 hr 35 min
    Bernie Kosar: One Play Can Change Your Entire Life

    Bernie Kosar: One Play Can Change Your Entire Life

    An Official Miami Dolphins Podcast
    Bernie Kosar first made an impact on the South Florida football landscape as a redshirt freshman at the University of Miami in 1983, guiding the Hurricanes to the school’s first national championship. Kosar’s collegiate success led to his being the first pick of the 1985 supplemental draft as his hometown Cleveland Browns made the Youngstown, Ohio native its quarterback. After nine standout seasons in Cleveland, and a Super Bowl championship in a reserve role in Dallas in 1993, Kosar returned to Miami for the final three seasons of his NFL career, assisting Dan Marino and the rest of the Dolphins offense in unimaginable ways.
    In The Tank, Bernie recalls how UM’s loaded quarterback room (also featuring Jim Kelly and Vinny Testaverde) nearly led him to leaving the school before Howard Schnellenberger stepped in (6:31), explains the decision making behind declaring for the supplemental draft (14:09), reflects on his special relationship with Don Shula (25:48), shares how drawing a play up in the dirt resulted in being cut by Bill Belichick (31:36), and provides a rarely told background story on the “Clock Play” made famous by Dan Marino in the Dolphins 1994 come from behind victory over the New York Jets (46:28).
    Contributors to this episode include Sean “DJ Prec” Todd and Dolphins Productions.
    Theme song created and performed by The Honorable SoLo D.

    • 1 hr 5 min
    Hunter Goodwin: Life’s Not Polite

    Hunter Goodwin: Life’s Not Polite

    An Official Miami Dolphins Podcast
    Following two years as an All Conference offensive tackle at Texas A&M, Hunter Goodwin played eight NFL seasons as one of the best blocking tight ends in the league. Goodwin spent 1999-2001 in Miami, helping the Dolphins reach the playoffs in each of those three seasons, including the team’s 23-17 Wild Card victory over the Indianapolis Colts. Currently, he serves as President & COO of the Oldham Goodwin Group.
    In The Tank, Hunter discusses making the transition from his first NFL home in Minnesota to life in South Florida (4:59), describes his unique relationship with former Dolphins tight ends coach, Pat Jones (13:00), explains his role in the legendary Zach Thomas, Larry Izzo, Elbo Room swim-a-thon (26:52), reveals his secret, unapproved cure-all for an ear infection (33:06), and shares his thoughts on the importance of facing and overcoming challenges in life (38:22).
    Contributors to this episode include Sean “DJ Prec” Todd and Dolphins Productions.
    Theme song created and performed by The Honorable SoLo D.

    • 59 min
    Terrell Buckley: I’m Freakin’ Fast!

    Terrell Buckley: I’m Freakin’ Fast!

    An Official Miami Dolphins Podcast
    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 “DJ Prec” Todd and Dolphins Productions.
    Theme song created and performed by The Honorable SoLo D.

    • 1 hr 1 min
    Sean Smith: The Game Is Chess, Not Checkers

    Sean Smith: The Game Is Chess, Not Checkers

    An Official Miami Dolphins Podcast
    A Pasadena, California native, Sean Smith played three seasons at Utah, helping lead the Utes to an undefeated 2008 season, culminated by a 31-17 victory over Nick Saban’s Alabama squad in the 2009 Sugar Bowl. Smith’s stellar work in college, combined with his uncanny size, caught the attention of the Miami Dolphins, who selected the cornerback in the second round of the 2009 draft. Smith would go on to start 56 games for the Dolphins over the next four seasons, before finishing his career with stints in Kansas City and Oakland.
    In The Tank, Sean discusses his moves from running back to receiver to cornerback at the University of Utah (4:30) and shares the pros and cons of being one of the largest corners in NFL history (8:38). He also details his friendship with fellow cornerback, Vontae Davis, which involved a shared draft class and a South Beach caused tardiness - or several (17:30), the challenging transition between the Tony Sparano and Joe Philbin coaching regimes (23:20), provides and open and honest account of the circumstances surrounding his arrest and jail time (27:07) and breaks down his philosophy on playing the cornerback position (38:17).
    Contributors to this episode include Sean “DJ Prec” Todd and Dolphins Productions.
    Theme song created and performed by The Honorable SoLo D.

    • 42 min
    Jay Williams: Tackleberry

    Jay Williams: Tackleberry

    An Official Miami Dolphins Podcast
    Despite being passed over in the 1994 draft, defensive end Jay Williams signed with the Miami Dolphins as an undrafted free agent following his career at Wake Forest. Williams didn’t make the cut in Miami, but went on to play five seasons with the St. Louis Rams and two more with the Carolina Panthers before returning to Miami for the final three seasons of his NFL career.
    In The Tank, Jay discusses how his father’s career as a detective with the Metropolitan Police Department in Washington D.C. launched a life-long passion (1:44), recalls being a rookie in training camp with veterans like Bryan Cox and Marco Coleman (5:36), reflects on being pranked by Jason Taylor and Adewale Ogunleye on The Jamie Kennedy Experiment (20:50), and shares details regarding his current career as a Personal Protection Specialist (42:04).
    Contributors to this episode include Sean “DJ Prec” Todd and Dolphins Productions.
    Theme song created and performed by The Honorable SoLo D.

    • 52 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
295 Ratings

295 Ratings

User46451 ,

Extremely interesting

O.J. & Seth have me interested in Dolphins football again. So good to hear the stories from the men who lived them. Great job by everyone involved.

mos blind ,

Needs better audio

I Love hearing the stories about and from the players who experienced them. The content and hosts are great. The only complaint I have is the audio quality and volume level of the audio. Otherwise keep up the great job.

Bfegpt ,

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Reg: Fish Tank

Closing in on 50 years of being a diehard Miami Dolphins fan, Seth Levin and OJ McDuffie make the Fish Tank a must listen for me. Obviously I’m, …..slightly? biased as for the team they focus on, however, I feel any sports fan will really enjoy listening to Seth’s and OJ’s quite apparent friendship and knowledge of the BTS of life in the NFL. In addition, the consistent calvacade of cool guests makes for a Podcast I highly recommend.

Todd
Lodi CA

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