For the third time this month, Buccaneers coach Greg Schiano has convinced an assistant to leave the college program that just hired him in order to head to Tampa Bay.
This time Schiano has hired Bob Bostad as offensive line coach, Alex Marvez of FOXSports.com reports.
Bostad recently left Wisconsin to accept a job as the University of Pittsburgh’s offensive coordinator and offensive line coach, but he apparently started looking to jump ship to the NFL almost immediately after that: Bostad was also reportedly a candidate to become the Bears’ offensive line coach.
Schiano also hired defensive coordinator Bill Sheridan only a few weeks after Sheridan agreed to join the staff at Ohio State, and Schiano hired receivers coach P.J. Fleck just one day after Northern Illinois announced that Fleck had agreed to be its offensive coordinator.