Published: Tue, January 08, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Could Greg Schiano Replace Brian Flores As Patriots’ Defensive Coordinator?

Could Greg Schiano Replace Brian Flores As Patriots’ Defensive Coordinator?

According to a report from Marc Givler of BuckeyeGrove.com, Ohio State defensive coordinator Greg Schiano will not be returning to the Buckeyes for the 2019 season.

MI defensive line coach Greg Mattison is leaving U-M for a rival for the second time in his career, TheWolverine.com has confirmed.

Schiano was the defensive coordinator for three seasons under Meyer.

Brian Flores is a hot head-coaching candidate, and the New England Patriots don't have an obvious internal replacement for their de facto defensive coordinator if he opts to leave town.

MI linebackers coach Al Washington is reportedly joining Ryan Day's staff.

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A 49ers team that hasn't developed a good, young cornerback in decades and that mustered just two interceptions in 2018 is looking for a new defensive backs coach. Greg is a terrific coach.

In another shake up on the defensive coaching staff, Day has promoted defensive line coach Larry Johnson to associate head coach.

Considering Mattison celebrated his 69th birthday in November 2018, it's hard to imagine he plans on being Ohio State's defensive coordinator for the next decade. He coordinated the Wolverines' defense for four seasons and was retained by Jim Harbaugh as a defensive line coach when he was hired in 2015. The other, Greg Schiano, has reportedly been let go.

Mattison left Lloyd Carr's staff for Notre Dame in 1996. The Buckeyes defense looked pathetic at times this year, and there's no excuse for that with the talent OSU has on the roster.

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