All signs continue to point to Greg Schiano of Rutgers becoming the Buccaneers' next head coach.
If the deal gets done, and it does not appear that is just yet, there will still be a very significant question remaining: Who will run Schiano's offense?
Schiano has an extensive defensive background. He was a defensive backs coach for the Chicago Bears in the late 90s and the defensive coordinator for the University of Miami in 1999 and 2000. He knows that side of the ball, having coached players like Ed Reed and D.J. Williams while with the Hurricanes. He figures to be a good for Tampa Bay's defense which has a lot of young, unrefined talent.
But the question remains: What will he do on offense? And, more to the point, who will run that offense?
Schiano's experience is almost exclusively on the college level, so it's unclear who his NFL associations are. Typically, that gives you a sense of who a new coach might consider adding to his staff after being hired. Things aren't as clear i...