This article could very well be 10,000 words if I chose to write about all the ways Schiano is different than Morris. However, in reading around the web and looking for any bit of nugget that Sander and crew didn't cover (hint: there isn't much out there that they've missed), I came across this from JoeBucsFan and found it interesting. It was something I didn't notice, or if I did, didn't pay any attention to it.
Offensive coordinator Mike Sullivan radios plays into Josh Freeman using a walkie-talkie, much like a headset would be used on gameday.
JBF goes on to say he doesn't recall this in the Rah era, nor do I, but if nothing else, it proves that Schiano is concerned with the most minute of details. It's nice to see someone cares, finally.
On a semi-related note, one thing I want to see is how early the team comes out for pregame warmups in season. We all noted the horribly slow starts and supposed half time adjustments, but we couldn't figure out why we started out so slow. I noted that we were routinely on the field later and less often than the competition. IN fact, I counted a few times where the opposing team was out for warmups a good 30 min prior to the Bucs. It will be interesting to see how the Bucs handle their pregame warmups with Schiano. In the end, it probably means nothing, but I always felt that it was a big deal.