Learn a lot more about Bucs head coaching “finalist” Mike Sherman in this video. Here, Sherman is a passionate speaker at the Texas A&M summer graduation ceremony. The former English teacher calls himself “analytical” and defines his “core values:” truth and love.
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34 Responses to “A Different Look At Mike Sherman”
In 2005 Sherman hired Jim Bates to be his DC in Green Bay. Naturally the carnage that ensued cost him his job. Is that the connection with rockstar?
Also, his “coaching tree” is atrocious as I cant find a single assistant he had on his staff in GB that progressed to any other positions of note. As a mater of fact many have taken lesser positions and never gotten back to where they were.
Those facts give me no warmth in terms of a joint effort with rockstar to assemble an outstanding staff.
I think before we give this team to an unproven coordinator we are going to bring in a proven HC to get them back to playing disciplined football. I just think we have to at least have the horses broken before we have some greenhorn trying to ride them. I’d prefer that be Marty and not Sherman but I’m not going to cry if it is Sherman.
@Patrick….please tell me the last coach that went on to have success after being fired from his 2 previous HC jobs. Chud has proven he can develop and have success w/ QBs based on his work with Derek Anderson and Newton, which is something we desperately need for Freeman. He would be a much more intriguing HC than the retread Sherman. Thirdly, Chilly is far and away the worst candidate out there.
In this video, he looks like the freaking Anti Christ in that stupid robe.
Some people think it was Sherman, all along. All the other “interviews” were simply created diversions.
The Chip Kelly “attempted signing” could have been a staged event, a win win for Kelly and the Bucs.
A win for Kelly, because it shows him as a “hot commodity”, and a win for Tampa because it shows how “diligent” we were in our “search for a coach”.
LOL, he was Never coming to Tampa.
SteveK, Cam Newton would make anyone look like a genius brother.
He is everything we hoped Josh Freeman would be.
Face it man, we have fallen WAY behind the NFC South, and much of the NFL, in overall talent.
Tampa needs a wholesale rebuilding, and can afford no more draft day mistakes.
It appears Mark Dominik is running this team, lock, stock, and barrel.
We went 10 and 6, then we collapsed.
This next year will tell the story of it is just coaching, or something much worse.
I suspect is is something much worse.
Eric, perhaps he “resigned” only to re sign, knowing he could get away with it.
Washington is extremely active out west, going after players that Would have went to USC, that Oregon has basically been “getting by default”.
If I were a Washington Recruiter, I would spread rumors that Chip Kelly will abandon Oregon soon for the NFL.
By Kelly “accepting” the Tampa head coach position, and then “changing his mind”, it would act to assure his recruiting class that he is dedicated to Oregon.
Plus, it could have given Tampa Fans the Illusion that the Rockstar and the Glazers “left no stone unturned”.
IOW, a marriage of convenience Eric.
There is NO conspiracy, can we move on. Sherman seems like a solid teacher and a nice guy.we could do a lot worse. I have 0 issue with him if he is hired and I’m sure he will shape up our group of underachievers.