There is a long list of casualties of college coaches who came to the NFL and either wore out their welcomes or just plain flopped. The recent success of Pete Carroll and Jim Harbaugh had, then-Bucs rock star general manager Mark Dominik and Team Glazer hopeing there was a trend and they were hopping on the bandwagon.
Sure, Carroll was more of an NFL guy. And one could argue the same about Harbaugh. So when the Bucs tapped Greg Schiano to take over in 2012, part of the reason they did so was Schiano’s stint with the Bears as a secondary coach.
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