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I see a lot of Bellichek and Parcells comparisons, but honestly he reminds me very much of Bill Cowher.
I love Schiano. It took a bunch of hope and a lot of optimism to support Raheem, but with Schiano it's easy. It really does feel like he is legit. I will be surprised if he isn't very successful in the NFL. SOOOOOOO glad we ended up with him and not Chip!
Some good points! I have refrained from comparing Coach Schiano with Vince Lombardi as Schiano has yet to Coach a regular season game, but the physical resemblance is remarkable. Both are perceived by many as "disciplinarians", but were/are really very genuine people, doing everything possible to get the very best out of each player, treating them as individuals and with respect, and expecting it in return. Their football team was like an extended family. We need look no farther than Eric LeGrand to see the genuineness of Greg Schiano... http://www.profootballhof.com/hof/member.aspx?player_id=132 And both became HC's in the NFL about the same age; Lombardi at 45, Schiano at 46. In listening to John Lynch's broadcast, Schiano wasn't calling the plays; Mike Sullivan was. Schiano has input at any time, though. And defensively, Bill Sheridan was up in the booth, with Bryan Cox down on the sideline, relaying the plays in. Kinda like that arrangement; if Bryan Cox can't get a player fired up, there's no hope for him
From the Boston Globe: http://articles.boston.com/2012-08-26/sports/33379272_1_buccaneers-greg-schiano-raheem-morrisGreg Schiano and Buccaneers are a perfect fit....