Found September 20, 2012 on
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Buccaneers’ head coach Greg Schiano had an early morning interview on ESPN Radio’s Mike Golic and Mike Greenberg. Mike & Mike obviously still had the the kneel down play fresh in their minds so they decided to ask coach about it.
“We had an opportunity to win the game. To New York’s credit they found a way to do it,” Greg Schiano said after Greenberg asked about the matchup and the final play of the game. “The last play has gotten a lot of attention. It’s just something we do.” Head coach Greg Schiano has said the play is in the playbook and said it again this morning.
Schiano would go on to add, “It’s sad that it had to end that way and get all the attention. We ended up on the wrong end of it but it was a great football game.”
During yesterday’s post-practice press conference, Greg Schiano was not asked about the kneel down play. It was business as usual. Here’s hoping the national media gets it out of their systems today.
You can listen to the entire interview here.
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