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USF Football Hits Rock Bottom, New Coach Must Be a Grand Slam Hire

USF is one of the worst teams in the country. This coaching hire will make or break the Bulls football program, so the administration must nail the selection.

USF QB Byrum Brown

There has not been a lower point in USF football history than where our program stands now… Period. This will be a rebuild like no one has ever seen before. It was not this bad with Skip Holtz. It was not this bad with Charlie Strong. I’m grateful for the coaches and players that have poured their heart and soul into this program over the last three years, but this isn’t it. It’s not even CLOSE to being it. Hard-work and effort is fantastic, but this is a results-oriented business. You either win or you lose. There’s no in-between. It doesn’t exist. If you cannot win football games, no one wants to hear about how great the culture is. Culture means NOTHING if the results don’t follow suit. Renovating athletic facilities is cool. Brand new indoor practice facilities are nice. Potential on-campus stadiums are even nicer. But let’s keep it real. None of these things matter if you don’t win. Sorry, not sorry.

It’s time to move forward. Bring in new coaches. Bring in a new mentality and mindset that doesn’t allow THIS to happen. Keep + bring in student-athletes that are DONE with losing. Bring in ballers that HATE LOSING WITH A BURNING PASSION AND HOLD THEIR TEAMMATES ACCOUNTABLE! Have the hard conversations with players that it’s either all in or all out. Anything in-between means that it’s time to look for a new program.

Moral victories do not fill stands. Nor do they generate the revenue needed to allow USF Athletics to operate at a top tier level. Moral. Victories. Do. Not. Matter. The next hire is said to be announced at some point Sunday. Will it be Jamey Chadwell, Deion Sanders, or someone else? Regardless, USF cannot miss again.

by Mike Cusimano

Journalist & Recruiting Analyst, SoFloBulls.com Twitter: @micCusi

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