Greg Schiano
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"Gregory Edward Schiano" is an American football coach. He served as the head football coach at Rutgers-New Brunswick/Rutgers University from 2001 to 2011 and as head coach of the National Football League's Tampa Bay Buccaneers from 2012 to 2013.

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William Beckford came off the edge, he's going to be hard to block in pass rush situations.

If he's ready, we'll have a package for him. And I hope he's ready, because when he has the ball in his hands, when a play breaks down and he starts to improvise, it's something else.

He's just a guy who came in and was a mature guy. He had his sights set on being the guy. And he has incredible balance and vision, but it was his maturity and focus that allowed him to do that.

It was wholly uncharacteristic of Rutgers football.

This is not a one-year stint; they laid the foundation for our football program to move forward. My biggest disappointment is for those guys because I wanted them to complete the experience, to be a bowl champion, not just a bowl participant. It's something that hasn't been done around here for 27 years. We'll be back.

Competition always keeps your head on straight. He knows Dimitri (Linton) is a good running back. He knows we're bringing in one of the better running backs in the country. That's the beauty of competition, right? It keeps everybody pressing on.

Ray is a mature young man. You can talk to him like a man and he listens. And there's competition. Competition always keeps everyone's head on straight.

Once that ball leaves the hand of anybody, it's hard to judge it. But early on, when we were going with the wind, I thought Mike threw some good balls. I did see Ray at the beginning of the game, and he ran the ball well.

It was a hard day to judge any skill position with the wind and the rain.