No “Woe Is Me” In Schiano

November 7th, 2013

The leader of the New Schiano Order issued strong praise for his leaders on the roster and the coaching staff for keeping the Bucs focused and battling hard when the whistle blows.

Speaking at One Buc Palace today, Schiano said he’s got no “woe is me” attitude in him, and that he might even have to be more upbeat in the face of adversity. Schiano had plenty of other positives to share about his receiving corps and the future of his offense. Yes, the Bucs are still 0-8.

You can hear all Schiano’s words via the audio below:

4 Responses to “No “Woe Is Me” In Schiano”

  1. buc4lyfe Says:

    man up and run your own defense…..raheem made it a laughing stock nationwide when you got here right so when are you gonna step up and prove your a better coach than him…he ran his own defense so he took the blame for how bad it sucked….step up and take charge of your defense coward

  2. Patrick in VA Says:

    Why wouldn’t he be upbeat. He knows he would be out so he’s playing on borrowed time

  3. Eric Says:

    Woe is us.

  4. Luther Says:

    Love him or hate him, I give him credit for being a man about it and answering every question posed to him by media and fans. Sapp could learn a few lessons from Schiano about that.