“Discipline And Organization”January 27th, 2012
The more Joe researches new Bucs head coach Greg Schiano, the more Joe is finding that the man is probably the anti-Raheem.
When Raheem Morris took over the Bucs, he was preaching at his opening news conference that the Bucs would “stay the course,” and Raheem offered absolutely no insight into what a Raheem team would look like.
Expect no such nonsense from Schiano today.
Here’s his former college coach’s reaction to Schiano taking the Bucs job yesterday. Joe Susan also worked under Schiano at Rutgers before returning to coach the Bison of Bucknell University.
“The hiring of Greg Schiano is an outstanding move by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers,” said Susan. “I am certain he did a lot of research into making this decision and came to the conclusion that at this time in his career it is best for him and his family. He is someone who will bring great discipline and organization to the team. He is a great evaluator of talent and utilizes the skill set of the people in his program to their maximum efficiency. Beyond that, he is passionate about coaching the game of football. That is what he does best.”
What? Schiano “utilizes the skill set of the people in his program to their maximum efficiency?” Imagine that concept.
Joe thinks this bodes well for LeGarrette Blount, the Bucs’ most dangerous weapon that Raheem and Greg Olson never figured out how to use. And Joe suspects Schiano won’t tolerate a gameplan that has Arrellious Benn as an afterthought.