The house of former Bucs head coach Greg Schiano sold for a near-record $6.6 million, according to a report in the Tampa Bay Times. Schiano built a 10,850-square foot mansion in the prestigious Culbreath Isles community in South Tampa in 2013, which was his final season as head coach in Tampa Bay. The sale was the second-largest residential real estate sale in Hillsborough County, according to the Times. The top sale was a $6.75 million mansion on Bayshore Boulevard five years ago.
Schiano, who signed a five-year, $15-million contract with the Bucs in 2012 after leaving Rutgers University, spent the 2014-15 seasons out of football after being fired after only two seasons in Tampa Bay. He was hired by Urban Meyer to become the defensive coordinator at Ohio State University last December, signing a one-year deal.