The fallout from the Greg Schiano mess isn’t close to being done in Knoxville, and now the father of Volunteers quarterback Jarrett Guarantano has gotten involved with his opinion.
On Twitter on Monday, James Guarantano questioned whether Tennessee fans would be as open to players protesting the hiring of a coach as they were to themselves.
Volunteers fans were not happy at all about Greg Schiano seemingly being hired as Tennessee’s next head coach, protesting outside of the athletic center on Sunday while politicians even got involved, voicing their concerns over Schiano’s alleged role of covering up the crimes of Jerry Sandusky while at Penn State.
As far as Guarantano is concerned, Schiano might have been a good hire for the program.
The Volunteers are still searching for the next head coach to replace Butch Jones, who was fired after five seasons.
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