So what's the reaction from the Volunteers fan base in hearing about their new head coach?
Former Rutgers rising star Greg Schiano is finalizing a deal to become the University of Tennessee's next head coach, as first reported by USA Today, with the Ohio State defensive coordinator set to take over for the fired Butch Jones.
But now it appears the Volunteers have settled on Schiano.
Schiano went 68-67 in 11 seasons as Rutgers' coach from 2001-11, guiding the Scarlet Knights to six winning campaigns and six bowl games in his last seven seasons there.
He is now the associate head coach/defensive coordinator at Ohio State.
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Schiano, 51, is now the defensive coordinator at Ohio State.
Tennessee (4-8, 0-8 SEC) ended its season Saturday with a 42-24 loss to Vanderbilt.
Along with working in the National Football League for two seasons, Schiano has become a close confidant of Patriots coach Bill Belichick, and Schiano spent considerable time with him during his two years out of coaching. He had a 34-27 record in five seasons at Tennessee.
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