The Buccaneers just introduced Greg Schiano as their head coach, and now he is charged with putting together a coaching staff well after other teams had managed to fill similar positions. One option that they could choose to bring on board, according to Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times, Schiano would like to hire former North Carolina and Miami Hurricanes coach Butch Davis onto his staff.
It's not clear what role Davis would have on the Bucs' staff, but most likely he would be defensive coordinator. Schiano was Davis' defensive coordinator at Miami from 1999-2000.
Here is what our Bucs Nation blog has to say about Davis' potential fit in the new coaching staff.
He does have experience as a defensive coordinator at the NFL level, however, coaching the Dallas Cowboys' defense in 1993 and 1994 after being the defensive line coach in Dallas from 1989 to 1992. Those defenses were some of the best in the NFL, so he does know how to put together a good NFL defense. In addition his experience as a head coach at the NFL level should help Schiano at his new job.
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