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Tennessee Lawmaker: Community Doesn't Approve of Greg Schiano

27 November 2017

Schiano has vehemently denied knowledge and the only link to him and the crimes of Sandusky was an unsubstantiated claim offered in court by former Penn State assistant coach Mike McQueary.

The school is working through the final contract details, as athletic director John Currie traveled to Columbus to finalize the deal on Sunday afternoon.

The Tennessee Volunteers just finished their worst season-at least by total wins-since 1977, going 4-8 with zero victories in SEC play.

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Tennessee fired Butch Jones on November 12 after they dropped to 0-6 in SEC play.

Schiano was not the former Buccaneers coach many Vols expected to be announced as their new head coach. He previously coached at Rutgers for 11 seasons and helped make the Scarlet Knights into a relevant football program in the Big East.

Schiano, 51, is now the defensive coordinator at Ohio State.

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After being linked to several notable college coaching positions, Schiano took over as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' head coach in 2012 and went 11-21 before being fired after his second season.

Schiano coached Rutgers from 2001 to 2011.

Schiano worked at Penn State from 1990-95, first as a graduate assistant and then as defensive backs coach.

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Tennessee Lawmaker: Community Doesn't Approve of Greg Schiano