Now serving as a defensive assistant at Ohio State, Schiano recently sold his Tampa, Fla.-area home for $6.625 million, according to TampaBay.com report Wednesday.
The report said the all-cash transaction was the second-biggest residential sale ever in Hillsborough County, second only to a $6.75 million sale in 2011.
According to the TampaBay.com report, Schiano built the 10,850-square-foot home in 2013. Schiano, who earned $2.3 million in his final season coaching Rutgers in 2011, left for the NFL in January 2012 following an 11-year stint and signed a five-year, $15 million contract to coach the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
He was fired following a 7-9 campaign in December 2013, not long after building his bay-area mansion earlier that year. Built on a quarter-acre lot, the home has six bedrooms, seven bathrooms and amenities include an elevator, pool, spa, boat lift, butler’s pantry and wine cellar.
Schiano, 50, signed a one-year contract worth $600,000 earlier this year to serve as co-defensive coordinator at Ohio State.