COACH GREG SCHIANO
The cover ups that Coach Greg Schiano has now been associated with include letting innocent children be taken advantage of by Jerry Sandusky and now the Ohio State scandal. This seems to be a ongoing theme for "The Brotherhood", that really should not be allowed to lead young men in a any direction with the reputation they have in our industry. We are very happy with the decisions made by the Ohio State administration and have the utmost respect for Coach Ryan Day, as he moves forward with the prestigious Ohio State Buckeyes football program. Below is the article written about the staff that Urban Meyer hired and had working under him at Ohio State on August 27th, 2018.
Ohio State Football's hype video this week features their "Brotherhood" and how you should be silent about whatever your brothers are doing. Even if it is child sex-abuse, domestic violence or the severe mis-treatment of student-athletes or in other words people.
I got to meet Coach Schiano when he was at the University of Rutgers back in high school, he gave me the creeps back then, just as Sandusky did when I met him & Robbie Gould in the locker room on a unofficial visit with my Dad. My feelings were one hundred percent correct, as court documents state & others that he was one of the main people that helped cover up the child sex abuse scandal at Penn State. Click image below or button to read many articles by USA Today about what truly makes this the "Cover Bowl" for 2018.
The Ohio State "Brotherhood" Is What Allowed Domestic Violence.
The fact of the matter is, Coach Meyer got his start as a football coach from Zach Smith's grandfather, which made firing a member of the "brotherhood", nearly impossible in his eyes, even at the expense of Courtney Smith and her children.
I always loved how winning some football games can place you above the laws of mankind and why football players thought they were so special when almost 80% of them that played at the highest level are flat broke. Society has learned nothing since little boys were raped by a man they revered as a "winning ball coach", when in fact, he was just the best friend of the undeserved winningest college football coach Joe Paterno. The cover up for the rape of children would go as high up as Pennsylvania State officials. That being said, Coach Franklin is a class act and is lightyears ahead of Coach Meyer on how he treats individuals and in his overall coaching philosophy. I give Coach Franklin most of the credit for bringing Penn State back from their "Darkest Hour".
GREG SCHIANO PAST COACHING JOBS
Greg Schiano has failed miserably in his part coaching jobs and it has been well documented by SB Nation.
Everyone wondered why the Buckeyes tapped Ryan Day as the Interim Head Coach and no matter what you hear from "Urban Liar", the fact was that the candidates with the two strongest resumes had the DARKEST pasts. These past crimes by these college football head coach wannabes, put Ryan Day in the position he held for only 3 games. He is now being talked about as moving on to be a head coach at another program, guess it pays to have a clean background.
Reading through what Coach Wilson did at Indiana brought tears to my eyes, as he was abusive in all natures in how the matters were handled with his players. Wilson doesn't just sound like he hates players and especially injured ones, but he sounds like a man who needs help, because he hates himself. I would too having to be Coach Meyers tool bag after you were found out at Indiana by many! They are still coming forward in Indianapolis newspapers and have no agenda, rhyme or reason to! They just do not want to see Kevin Wilson do this to other young men!
GREG SCHIANO SALARY
Greg Schiano was given a $750,000 raise after covering up sex abuse, which made his salary one of the highest for coordinators in all of the college football today.
If you are already sick of the college football assistant coaches that Urban Meyer rewards for poor morals, you will vomit once you hear they also get substantial raises after they cover up child-sex abuse. I choose to source every article because I am sick of the ignorance of FACTS in why Urban Meyer only got 3 games. Nobody cares about you or you're issues, plain and simple. The Harvard Business Journal explained the Psychology behind what happened at Ohio State, after the screen shot below. We already have known all of this, as you cannot defeat a snake without chopping its head off.
GREG SCHIANO PENN STATE SCANDAL
Yea, I think we are going to pass on the guy who allowed children to continue to be raped at Penn State by Jerry Sandusky. Greg Schiano was one of the main focal points of the Penn State sex abuse scandal that shook the world of college football. The Tennessee Volunteer fans spoke very loudly to the fact that they wanted nothing to do with Coach Greg Schiano and his grotesque past.
DO NOT HIRE GREG SCHIANO
Do not hire Coach Greg Schiano or you will be hearing from most media sources today, as his past has finally caught up to him and it will be exposed over and over again in the hopes of keeping men like this away from student-athletes in the entire world of College sports.
The Success Equation: E + R = O. That is, Event + Response = Outcome.
This has to be a joke right? His philosophy on success misses many key points that do not reflect any integrity at all, just win baby win. By the way Coach, you can win without being such a dirt bag to society, it is possible.
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