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: November 18, 2012, 08:10:03 AM

Having better season than they ever did under Schiano.  His best was in 2006 at 11-2.  Most seasons he usually had 4-5 losses.  Hell, in 2010 he had 8.


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#1 : November 18, 2012, 08:11:33 AM

Schiano recruited most of the players on this year's team and changed the identity of Rutgers' football program.  Their success this season is partly due to Schaino.

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#2 : November 18, 2012, 08:13:38 AM

So he's a good recruiter and a mediocre coach then?


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#3 : November 18, 2012, 08:16:11 AM

you've been in a cave for the Bucs' 2012 season?

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#4 : November 18, 2012, 09:02:44 AM

Coach Schiano's strengths seem to be attention to details and leading men. That is what a head coach strengths should be in the NFL. He is in a management position not a teaching position. That is what the rest of the staff is supposed to do. At Rutgers he might have been doing too much wether it was out of necessity or vanity. Either way it has to play into some of less than stellar records.

The point being is this. He may very well be a poor offensive coordinator, defensive coordinator, position coach or game planner. If as a head coach you try to get too involved in these areas then you probably not doing what you were hire for, which is leading men. His successor may be better at the X's and O's which may show immediate returns. Can he keep his staff and players accountable and focused enough to sustain winning in future years to come.


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#5 : November 18, 2012, 09:29:09 AM

Time to end this Schiano crap and go with the new Rutgers coach, who ever the hell he is.  We are only 5-4 where Rutgers are 9-1.  We are getting screwed again by the Glazers!

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#6 : November 18, 2012, 09:47:55 AM

Time to end this Schiano crap and go with the new Rutgers coach, who ever the hell he is.  We are only 5-4 where Rutgers are 9-1.  We are getting screwed again by the Glazers!

Agreed.   By the way, his name is Kyle Flood.



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#7 : November 18, 2012, 09:48:25 AM

Coach Schiano's strengths seem to be attention to details and leading men. That is what a head coach strengths should be in the NFL. He is in a management position not a teaching position. That is what the rest of the staff is supposed to do. At Rutgers he might have been doing too much wether it was out of necessity or vanity. Either way it has to play into some of less than stellar records.

The point being is this. He may very well be a poor offensive coordinator, defensive coordinator, position coach or game planner. If as a head coach you try to get too involved in these areas then you probably not doing what you were hire for, which is leading men. His successor may be better at the X's and O's which may show immediate returns. Can he keep his staff and players accountable and focused enough to sustain winning in future years to come.

just wanted to acknowledge your outstanding post

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#8 : November 18, 2012, 09:50:08 AM

you've been in a cave for the Bucs' 2012 season?

Schiano is a defensive guy.   He has the worst defense in the NFL (or close to it).   If you want to give anyone credit, give Sullivan credit. 


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#9 : November 18, 2012, 09:56:04 AM

That Kyle Flood guy sure looks tough.  But not in a donkey kind of way like some others.  Rutgers is no longer bush league.


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#10 : November 18, 2012, 09:57:42 AM

That Kyle Flood guy sure looks tough.  But not in a donkey kind of way like some others.  Rutgers is no longer bush league.

I wouldn't be surprised to see them challenge for the National Championship soon.


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#11 : November 18, 2012, 10:06:44 AM

Sully is definity the reason why the bucs have been winning.  And not to brag but I was the one to recommend him.  Thankfully Dum reads this board and respects the intelligent posters.  If we had gotten that dude from Arizona that Schiano wanted we would probably be 1-8.


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#12 : November 18, 2012, 10:07:11 AM

So he's a good recruiter and a mediocre coach then?

LOL, as reflected by the turnaround with the Bucs, where there is no recruiting but plenty of coaching, and the Bucs were previously the worst team in the NFL. 

(Where is that sarcasm font?)

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#13 : November 18, 2012, 10:13:06 AM

The good coaching is Sullivan and Turner.  Not Schiano guys.


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#14 : November 18, 2012, 10:17:03 AM

The good coaching is Sullivan and Turner.  Not Schiano guys.

I agree because the HC does nothing and if i had to say I would definitley say, just like so many others do, that this team has really taken on the identity of . . .  Sullivan  and . .  err . . uh.... Turner.  Yeah, help me here . . uh . . which one of those guys is the "toes on the line guy"?

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