At Penn State: He worked for late Penn State head coach Joe Paterno from 1990-95, starting as a graduate assistant and then as defensive backs coach.
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His response: He tweeted in 2016 that he never saw abuse or had any reason to suspect it while working at Penn State.
Career path: From 1996-2000, he held assistant coaching jobs with the Chicago Bears in the NFL before returning to the college ranks with the Miami Hurricanes.
Becoming a head coach: He was head coach at Rutgers University for 11 seasons, 2000-2011, before serving as head coach for the NFL's Tampa Bay Buccaneers from 2012-13.
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Joining OSU: He joined the Buckeyes as defensive coordinator in 2015, serving as associate head coach/defensive coordinator to Urban Meyer. In 2016, Schiano was paid $661,256 by OSU, including a $51,000 bonus.