The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have completed their 2013 coaching staff, and they've made a total of five changes. We've written about four of those in the past, as they were known at the time. Tony Oden has replaced Ron Cooper as defensive backs coach. John Garrett has replaced P.J. Fleck as receivers coach, the latter left to become the head coach at Western Michigan. John McNulty was hired as quarterbacks coach, replacing Ron Turner who is now the head coach at Florida International University.

There's one hire we didn't know about yet: Robb Smith has been named linebackers coach, replacing Bob Fraser, who was elevated to assistant defensive coordinator. Fraser was Schiano's defensive coordinator at Rutgers for three seasons and could be groomed to take over for Bill Sheridan at some point in the future. At a minimum, he should help Sheridan implement Schiano's defense better. Because we should never forget that this defense, for all its coaches, is ultimately Greg Schiano's.

Robb Smith also joins the Bucs from Rutgers, where he was the defensive coordinator and secondary coach last season. Before that, he coached outside linebackers, cornerback and linebackers from 2009 to 2011, in that order, and also served as Rutgers' special teams coordinator. He has no NFL experience, having coached at Iowa and Maine before coming to Rutgers.