After a long contract negotiation, Greg Schiano is back to revamp the Rutgers football program, and two of his best defensive backs were quick to point out one of his "best" moments as the Scarlet Knights' head coach.
Twin brothers Devin and Jason McCourty of the New England Patriots commemorated their former coach's return with an old group photo, showing what must've been a teaching moment for the famous twins.
The McCourty brothers played under Schiano for a combined seven seasons at Rutgers, and their joint Twitter account congratulated him on his return by showing his frustration with them during their time together.
Schiano returns to Rutgers after previously coaching the team for 11 seasons, leading them to five bowl game victories, as well as the No. 12 national ranking in 2006. During the last offseason, he was briefly the defensive coordinator of the New England Patriots, the McCourtys' current team, before ultimately resigning.
Clearly, Schiano's frustration with the brothers worked out, considering the McCourtys are in their combined 21st season, and their second together with the Patriots. They have combined for 44 interceptions, two Pro Bowl appearances, and four Super Bowl Championships, with one together last season.