The weekend’s spin of the college football coaching carousel had two interesting local wrinkles with one unifying thread.First former Bucs coach Greg Schiano agreed to a contract that would make him Rutgers’ coach again , pending approval from the school’s board of governors Tuesday. Then USF announced the dismissal of coach Charlie Strong , leading our Joey Knight to report that former Bulls (and Seminoles) coach Willie Taggart could have interest in returning to Tampa. RELATED: Who replaces Charlie Strong at USF? Here’s our list of possible (and impossible) candidates That leads to these questions: What are the odds Schiano’s homecoming works out? How do sequels typically compare to the originals? Here’s a look at how some other notable coaches did in their first and second stints as a school’s head coach: First stint (1989-2005): 136-68-1. Finished in the top 10 six times in the program’s best run ever Second stint (2009-18): 79-49-0. Had early trips to the Cotton and Fiesta Bowls but averaged 7 ½ wins over his final six seasons First stint (2004-06): 41-9: Won at least nine games every season and left for the Falcons after a 12-1 Orange Bowl run Second stint (2014-18): 36-26. Helped Lamar Jackson win the Heisman but was fired after a disastrous 2-8 start in his final year RELATED: Why the Florida Gators belong in a New Year’s Six bowl First stint (1998-2003): 49-26. Won Division I-AA national title in Year 1 and had five winning seasons in six years Second stint (2014-18): 16-44. Never won more than four games in a season First stint (1997-98): 8-14. Improved his win total by two from Year 1 to Year 2 Second stint (2003-14): 85-66: Went to eight bowls and won 10 games in 2006 RELATED: My AP Top 25 ballot: Gators pass ’Bama, close call with Wisconsin First stint (2000-10): 70-63. Took the Huskies to their highest heights, the Fiesta Bowl in the 2010 season Second stint (2017-present): 6-30. Fielded one of the worst defenses in college football history last fall and has one of the 10 worst teams in the nation this year, too. First stint (2009-12): 26-24. Went 11-2 and finished No. 16 nationally in his final year before going to Wisconsin Second stint (2019-present): 7-5. Didn’t match the record of an 11-win team he inherited, even with a future NFL quarterback (Jordan Love) RELATED: Charlie Strong’s firing at USF: Let us know what you think First stint (1988-97): 69-46-1. Went 1-10 in his first year and 10-1 in his final one to help transform UNC’s basketball-only image Second stint (2019-present): 6-6. Nearly upset mighty Clemson earlier this season RELATED: Kirk Herbstreit has three criteria for FSU’s next coach. Who checks those boxes? First stint (2001-11): 68-67. Made it to a bowl game six times in last seven years Second stint: ??