Schiano “Exposed His Personality”

April 3rd, 2013

Very much a must-watch video below, in which Ronde Barber sits down with JP Peterson and talks a bit about the New Schiano Order’s unique and detailed ways and why they exist.

Barber believes they were necessary because they exposed Greg Schiano’s personality and every great team needs to reflect that from its head coach.

Also, Barber said he was impressed by how Schiano craved details and feedback from the entire roster.

“And to his credit, him and his staff, they met with every single player at the end of the year and they basically went through a checklist of things they can do better, things they did well, and got real feedback, not just, ‘I’m going to talk to my captains,’ Barber said. “They got feedback from 53 or 62 however many guys we had available at the end of the year on what they can do better. And I think that will help.”

Very interestingly, Barber was quick to say the Bucs’ offseason moves are a factor in his return. “Our competitiveness going into this year will weight into it. That’s for sure,” Barber said.

11 Responses to “Schiano “Exposed His Personality””

  1. Dylan Says:

    Revis, wright, ronde, tyrann honeybadger and Leonard Johnson. 5 new corners calling it. Gonna go Sheldon Richardson 13, move back late into the first grab Tyler eifert. Tryan in the 3rd (revis & ronde perfect mentors for that baller). Sheldon, eifert, tyran. Sounds like a solid first 3 picks once again.

  2. @MikeInTampa2 Says:

    Ronde is smart. He’s waiting to see if the Glazer Kids are serious about winning

  3. Terraj Says:

    I love this picture. It woulda been even better if Schiano gave him a left hook

  4. Snook Says:

    I’ve already said it here before… But no Revis, no Ronde. His comment here further enforces that.

  5. BrianDorry55 Says:

    I could listen to Ronde talk all day.

  6. Buc Fan #238 Says:

    This is a very important story… and quite revealing.

    This also means that not only does Schiano and company want feedback, they also have make it possible to grow and learn from their past mistakes. GROWTH for ALL.

    This is something Jon Gruden should have done… and NEEDED.

  7. SteveBucsFan Says:

    I love that picture too. Its even better knowing that Coughlin tried to walk away without the handshake and Schiano made him come back and shake his hand like a man. Watch the video of it. Hilarious

  8. 4everBucsFan Says:

    His aggression and accountability is no different than at least 5 head coaches I could name coaching right now. Here’s the most obvious, Tom Coughlin.

  9. Buc Neckid Says:

    Still waiting patiently Ronde…

  10. CC Says:

    Obviously Ronde does not want to be part of the worst pass D in the NFL again. Its going to be all or nothing with Revis.

  11. MadMax Says:

    @Dylan, man you must have hacked my mock I started building 2 days ago. Thats the scenario Im playing so far! I hope Ronde comes back for 1 more.