Schiano totally revamped the Rutgers football program, but can he do the same in Tampa Bay. Expectations are high with a young talented team.
TAMPA, Fla. (AP) — Greg Schiano relishes the challenge of trying to turn around the struggling Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
The 45-year-old Schiano was formally introduced Friday as the ninth coach in franchise history, inheriting a team that allowed the most points in the NFL this season.
“We’re beginning a new chapter for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers,” Bucs co-chairman Joel Glazer said, adding that they’re very excited for that new chapter to begin.
Glazer said Schiano “has a vision for what he wants to do.”
Schiano transformed Rutgers from a struggling college football program into a Big East contender during an 11-year run with the Scarlet Knights. The Bucs are banking on him to have the same kind of impact in Tampa Bay, which has not won a playoff game since winning the Super Bowl following the 2002 season.
Schiano replaces Raheem Morris who went 17-31 in three seasons. The Bucs…
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