Schiano Foils Grade School Spies
Barry Petchsky 20 Oct 2013
You might think a Schiano Man would see Super Bowl MVP Dexter
in Bucs practice, not recognize him, and kick him out. You'd
be wrong. A Schiano Man sends someone over to kick him out.
Jackson related the story during a radio interview with 98.7
The Fan this morning. Since retiring, he's attempted to stay
close to the organization and has attended many practices over
the years. That is, until Schiano noticed him.
| Schiano sent his
guy over to run me out of practice one day, Dexter Jackson
said. This guy said, Who are you? What are you doing
here? You cant be here. I said, go get the
Glazers if you want me to leave. He (Schiano) tried to
run me out.
Schiano was more successful at banning children
from the youth groups Jackson works with. Jackson used to take
local grade schoolers to Bucs practices as a reward for doing
well in school, but that practice ended under Schiano.
I usually bring kids to One Buc Place,
4th and 5th graders in Hillsborough County and Pinellas County
doing my case management work with a lot of youth in this area,
Jackson said on 98.7 The Fan. They told me to stop bringing
kids on Friday because Im distracting professional players.
|Im distracting professional
players by bringing kids who have succeeded in school, did well,
stayed out of trouble, and theyre a distraction?
Jackson questioned the decision of the Buccaneers and Greg Schiano.
If theyre a distraction, Im worried about fans
during away games. How can that be a distraction?
A Schiano Man takes no chances that 9-year-olds
might be spying for that week's opponents, then goes 0-6 anyway.
Copyright (c) 2013 Deadspin