ATLANTA – A few thoughts on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' 56-14 loss to the Atlanta Falcons at the Georgia Dome on Thursday night. What it means: Hey, maybe Greg Schiano wasn’t so bad after all. At least the Bucs usually were in games when he was coaching. Show More Summary
Greg Schiano would be proud.
For all the foundations laid and helicopter rides taken, the Heisman candidacy of Brian Leonard and the night the Empire State Building was lit up in Scarlet, Greg Schiano never coached a Big Ten game off Exit 9 in Piscataway.
No Cam Newton? No problem for the Carolina Panthers, who took advantage of Tampa Bay's miscues and injuries to win in Raymond James Stadium. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers went 4-12 in 2013 and promptly showed coach Greg Schiano the door, choosing former Bears head coach Lovie Smith as his successor. Show More Summary
For Buccaneers DE Da'Quan Bowers, coach Greg Schiano's departure -- along with kindler, gentler Lovie Smith's arrival -- is welcome news.
Last year, Buccaneers coach Greg Schiano pushed defensive end Da’Quan Bowers like old-school coaches do. It didn’t work. “It’s not all about the injuries,” Bowers said regarding his poor performance, via TheLedger.com by way of JoeBucsFan.com. “I let other reasons get to me mentally. It was Schiano. He got to me mentally, and I couldn’t…
Rutgers poster proclaims, "Here We Come" in reference to the team's move to the Big Ten. It's a terrific upgrade for the athletic program, but are the Scarlet Knights ready? The team has been on a slide since Greg Schiano...
"If I ran the ESPYs, the courage award would have went to Greg Schiano for having the courage to be Greg Schiano."
The Buccaneers were obviously a mess last year. But not everyone is willing to blame it all on former coach Greg Schiano. Longtime Bucs guard Davin Joseph, about to go to camp with the Rams after eight years in Tampa Bay, said he thinks Schiano will get another chance. “He will get another shot,” Joseph told…
It’s possible that there wasn’t a team in the league that needed blowing up more than the Buccaneers last year. They threw a lot of money at problems, and there never appeared to be any solutions, at least any Greg Schiano appeared capable of solving. From a former first-round quarterback who lost his way to…
Greg Schiano and Bill Belichick are friends who have some similarities to their coaching styles, but star cornerback Darrelle Revis says after playing for Schiano’s Bucs last year and signing with Belichick’s Patriots this year that he sees a major difference: Belichick’s style works. Revis previously said he doesn’t miss anything other than the weather…
Greg Schiano has gained a reputation as one of the most rigorous coaches in football, so much so that even one of Bill Belichick’s former players said Schiano is definitely tougher than the Patriots coach. Devin McCourty has played both for Belichick in New England and at Rutgers University during Schiano’s tenure as coach. When
There are many definitions of toughness. But in the mind of Patriots defensive back Devin McCourty, his college coach Greg Schiano is tougher than current coach Bill Belichick. During an appearance on “NESN Live,” McCourty said the former Buccaneers boss was harder to work for. “Toughest coach I’ve ever played for,” McCourty said, via Zuri…
When the Buccaneers moved from coach Greg Schiano to Lovie Smith, they've helped change the locker room culture.
There's a new sheriff in town, and he's bringing a host of new deputies and a new attitude with him. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are starting a new chapter following the unceremonious end of the Greg Schiano era. Former Chicago Bears head...Show More Summary
An exclusive and entirely fictitious interview It's the nature of the NFL - you're a member of the world's most elite athletic club until you're not. Teams move forward, but what about the former coaches and players left behind? AFTER...Show More Summary
Greg Schiano has a way with words.
CBS Sports NFL Insider Jason La Canfora wonders if Pitt QB Tom Savage could end up in New England, reunited with former college coach Greg Schiano.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers did not have a good 2013 season. It was so bad, in fact, head coach Greg Schiano and general manager Mark Dominik were shown the door quickly after. What made matters worse, even more than their putrid 4-12 record,...Show More Summary
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers suffered through yet another tough season in 2013, but the team has aspirations of turning things around in 2014 after a solid offseason revamp of the roster and a new regime in place. Greg Schiano is out and new head coach Lovie Smith is in. Show More Summary