Found December 04, 2012 on Throw The Flag:
According to @AlexMarvez, Houston Nutt will interview for the South Florida Bulls head coaching job. Nutt coached for the Arkansas Razorbacks and got them to an SEC Championship in 2006 with Darren McFadden and Felix Jones. Nutt was fired from Arkansas and was hired by Ole Miss. Other than a few signature wins, especially Florida in 2008, Houston Nut had a mediocre resume there. I’m reporting 4 @foxsports.com that Houston Nutt will interview with Univ. of South Florida about head coaching vacancy. Link coming ASAP — Alex Marvez (@alexmarvez) December 4, 2012 He may be perfect for the USF Bulls though. Playing in the Big East is a lot easier than playing in the SEC.
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