Found January 11, 2012 on The Pewter Plank:
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The Buccaneers have't had much to celebrate lately, but if Schottenheimer comes to town, winning might become a trend. TAMPA — How do you get a head coaching job in Tampa? Well either be a member of AARP or hang up on the team’s newspaper before you’re even hired. That will be the joke if the Buccaneers hire one of the two guys they are reportedly very high on in their coaching search. Marty Schottenheimer, a proven regular season winner with notable postseason mediocracy, is very interested in taking the job according to sources. “I think they’ve got some great young players on that team,” Shottenheimer said. “In my particular case, I like to work with kids. I refer to them as kids, even though I know they’re grown men. But I like to give them the benefit of my insight as to what I’ve seen and experienced in this business. I’m a teacher is what I am in my view.” Schottenheimer would be the polar opposite of Raheem Morris, who almost had a young guy frat house mentality in Tampa...
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  • Last week I thought Marty would be a great hire even though he is getting up in years. I thought wouldn't it be cool to hire Marty and have his son Brian come over as O C for a few years and get probably one of the great teachers of the game to groom him for his repkacement. Boom Brian resigns at NY and I still think there is a deal brewing for the both of them here in Tampa Bay. I think the Glazers want Marty and are just working the details out for Brian. No evidence just a feeling.
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