4. Greg Schiano, Ohio State DC
At one point, Schiano was one of the top names in college coaching after he built Rutgers into a contender. A lot has happened since then. His stint with the Tampa Bay Bucs was a disaster in every sense as he piled up on and off-the-field failures. He was out of the spotlight for a couple years before returning to Ohio State as its defensive coordinator in 2016. The Buckeyes have been good on his side of the ball, but haven’t always lived up to the talent level either. They currently sit in the middle of the pack of the Big 10 in total defense, and they recently conceded 55 points in a loss to Iowa. Schiano’s style certainly fits the college game better than the pros, but there are enough questions about his overall leadership ability and his recent track record, that John Currie shouldn’t go this direction.
Agree. Gruden, Mullen, Frost, Kelly in that order. ?
What has Gruden done? He has not coached in sometime and being a TV commentator does not enhance his qualifications. I think we need somebody that bleeds orange, T Martin is my choice, he is young, successful, a Tennessee alumni, a national championship quarterback. He knows how to win!