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Schiano spent five seasons at Penn State, four as the defensive backs coach on the staff with Sandusky, who was defensive coordinator.

Testimony released in 2016 brought up Schiano's name in the Sandusky trial.

Jones was fired the day after Tennessee lost 50-17 at Missouri to fall to 0-6 in Southeastern Conference play.

The Volunteers then lost their final two games to finish 4-8 overall and 0-8 in the conference.

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12 when he fired fifth-year coach Butch Jones and took on the national search for a replacement.

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