But it was a long and winding road to keep him where he is. Urban Meyer erased all doubt about Greg Schiano’s immediate future on Signing Day when he said this: “[Schiano’s] 100 percent staying at Ohio State University.” While that neatly...Show More Summary
Schiano has told reporters and recruits that he's staying put in Columbus for 2018
Georgia locks up top recruiting class; Ohio State says defensive coordinator Greg Schiano staying in Columbus.
The Patriots didn’t make any announcements about agreeing to terms, but word over the last week or so was that Greg Schiano might be leaving Ohio State to join Bill Belichick’s coaching staff in New England. It appears that the Patriots will have to look elsewhere for an addition to their defensive coaching staff. Bruce [more]
Barring the unforeseen, current Pats defensive coordinator Matt Patricia will be the next Lions coach
The Patriots are going to be losing both coordinators shortly after the Super Bowl, which will trigger some important coaching searches for Bill Belichick. And he may turn to an old friend as he considers how to fill one of those spots. Via NBC Sports Boston, citing host Gary Tanguay, the Patriots are expected to [more]
Greg Schiano may leave Ohio State, but it probably won’t be for a college head coaching job. Read more...
Ohio State defensive coordinator Greg Schiano says the time isn't right yet for him to talk about the deal he had to become Tennessee's football coach before a public backlash changed that
That’s a lot of money for a guy no one else wanted.
That would’ve placed Schiano in the upper half of the SEC. Tennessee’s attempted hiring of Greg Schiano in late November didn’t happen because of an unprecedented burst of fan backlash. Schiano and then-athletic director John CurrieShow More Summary
The memorandum of understanding that John Currie and Greg Schiano signed on Nov. 26 lacked a key signature required to make the document binding.
Schiano would have made $4.4 million in Year 1 with annual raises as part of a six-year deal
The MOU that John Currie and Greg Schiano signed on Nov. 26 lacked a key signature required to make the document binding.
This might be the worst and most embarrassing search for a head coach in NCAA football history. The Tennessee Volunteers are in the midst of trying to find anybody who will coach their football team after the whole Greg Schiano fiasco. After only eight months on the job, the school decided to part ways with Athletic […]
The Vols’ coaching search is a mess of astonishing proportions. Tennessee athletic director John Currie is reportedly out of his job. The news comes in the middle of a horrible mess of a coaching search, which still isn’t finished. This...Show More Summary
Tennessee Athletic Director John Currie wanted to hired Greg Schiano to coach the Vols’ football team. It didn’t go well. Mike Gundy thought hard about it but decided to stick with Oklahoma State. Currie then reportedly turned to Duke’s David Cutcliffe, Purdue’s Jeff Brohm and North Carolina State’s Dave Doeren. Nope, nope, nope. Last we […]
Turnover trash can, Buddy Stephens, Stone Cold Steve Austin, and more! Tennessee is still in the heat of its coaching search, and over the last week we’ve seen the Greg Schiano deal get nixed after fan backlash, Mike Gundy turn it down,...Show More Summary
Tennessee came under fire for agreeing to hire Greg Schiano and then backing out of the deal under public pressure. Since the Schiano deal fell apart, several coaches have reportedly turned down Tennessee's overtures. Lane Kiffin used...Show More Summary
Tennessee's attempt to hire Greg Schiano was a bad idea for obvious reasons, and it revealed the real power behind the program. Trying to hire Greg Schiano to coach Tennessee football wasn’t a bad idea. It was, at minimum, four bad ideas. First:...Show More Summary
From the Iron Bowl to Chip Kelly to Greg Schiano, it was a huge weekend in college football