Greg Schiano not ready to speak out about Tennessee situation: 'When I do, it will be good'
Remember that time Tennessee “hired” Greg Schiano to be its next head football coach and then changed its mind before he got on the plane to Knoxville?
Schiano has finally spoken up — sort of — about the situation. Or, at least, he acknowledged it.
“There will be a time,” Schiano said on Wednesday, according to an Associated Press report. “I really think there will be a time that it will be appropriate for me to speak about all of that.
“When I do, it will be good.”
That last line is pretty interesting. It suggests that Schiano has plenty to say about the total fiasco that was Tennessee’s coaching search.
Perhaps Schiano may have some words for former UT athletic director John Currie — and maybe — for the thousands of Volunteers fans who bemoaned his hiring alongside a few dozen more who actually protested it.
For now, the Ohio State defensive coordinator will continue to prep his defense for Friday’s Cotton Bowl in Dallas.
The No. 5 Buckeyes take on No. 8 USC at 8:30 p.m. ET on ESPN.