The NFL was always a better fit for Mike Sherman, and now the former Texas A&M head coach is back for another interview to become the next head coach of the Tampa Bay Bucs.
The people in Tampa probably aren't too happy about the prospects of hiring guy who was canned from his head coaching job in Green Bay, and most recently in College Station.
But after the Bucs lost out on Oregon head coach Chip Kelly, who reportedly had a deal in place to take the job, they turned their attention to a man who went 25-25 in four years at A&M.
Sherman was 57-39 in his tenure with the Packers, and his personality is much better suited for an NFL sidelines. The Bucs need to get former first round pick, quarterback Josh Freeman, to develop quickly.
I am not sure even the late Bill Walsh could do this, let alone Sherman.
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