Tennessee fans react negatively to Greg Schiano

by Olga Hunt November 27, 2017, 0:55
Tennessee fans react negatively to Greg Schiano

Schiano is now the assistant head coach and defensive coordinator at Ohio State.

It appears the Tennessee Volunteers have made a decision on who will be their next Head Coach. His best year as a head coach came in 2006 when Rutgers went 11-2. Respected throughout the coaching industry, Schiano at Tennessee is presented with a great chance to recapture that college success of a decade ago.

He is now the associate head coach/defensive coordinator at Ohio State.

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Tennessee fired Butch Jones on November 12 after they dropped to 0-6 in SEC play. Ohio State ranked No. 3 in scoring defense last season with Schiano as co-coordinator and is No. 8 in total defense this year.

The University of Tennessee is finalizing a deal that would make former Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Rutgers coach Greg Schiano the Volunteers' new head coach, multiple media outlets reported Sunday. Schiano finished with a 68-67 record at Rutgers, but that run included two seasons with appearances in the top 10 and six bowl games in his final seven years.

Was Schiano being considered throughout the coaching search? Whether this means it's a bad hire remains to be seen.


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