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(Yahoo)   So it turns out a lot of NFL GMs and coaches already thought Tampa Bay coach Greg Schiano was a dick before last week   (sports.yahoo.com) divider line 3
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2012-09-22 04:25:09 PM
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RG3: "I don't like getting hit".
Media/farkers: "Quit being a whiny biatch, rookie".

Schiano: "The game is still going, so we're going to hit people".
Media/farkers: "You're out of line, rookie".
2012-09-22 10:44:58 AM
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Grimthorn: Nabb1: I don't know why you would alienate NFL scouts if you are a head football coach in college. Other coaches will kill you on the recruiting trail. "You know, son, that Coach Schiano makes it real hard for NFL scouts to get a good look at you." Especially at Rutgers. Even Nick Saban treats scouts well and he moves tons of players into the NFL.

Oh, I dunno, I think the fact that Schiano coached at RUTGERS may have had more to do with his lack of success in putting players in the NFL. (Yeah, ok, Ray Rice... that's one.)

It ain't like this guy was the second coming of Bobby Bowden or anything, he was coach of a team that considered themselves lucky to make the "Poulan Weed Eater - Who Gives a shiat Bowl" each year. Saban, on the other hand, is busy trying to win national championships. I don't particularly like Alabama, but there are light-years of difference between programs like Alabama and freakin' Rutgers.


Exactly. Which is why if you coach at lowly Rutgers, as opposed to Alabama, you might want to attract more NFL scouts than drive them off so you can tell prospective recruits that you are building relationships with NFL scouts. Alabama doesn't need to, but even Nick Saban knows not to try to drive those guys off. Having NFL scouts around your team is good for recruiting.
2012-09-22 10:26:05 AM
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This is a guy who tried to do away with kickoffs because of "player safety", yet he has his players pull that crap. Yeah, he's a douche.
 
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