Found December 04, 2012 on Orange Fizz:
ESPN.com To nobody’s surprise, USF Head Coach Skip Holtz was fired following a 3-9 season that was capped off by an embarrassing blowout loss to Pittsburgh. In response to the firing, Bulls commit and former Syracuse target Asiantii Woulard announced he was decommitting from the program. Since The Fizz last covered Woulard, the quarterback’s stock has shot up. He’s now considered the top dual-threat QB in the nation by ESPN. His offer list isn’t as impressive as you’d imagine for a recruit of his caliber, so expect the vultures to come swooping in now that his recruitment has opened back up. Currently, his listed offers include USF, North Carolina State, Boston College, UConn, Cincinnati, Duke, FIU, Indiana, Temple, Wake Forest, Pittsburgh, Ole Miss, Syracuse, and UCF. Woulard visited N.C. State on November 9th, but it remains to be seen if he’ll still have interest in the Wolfpack after Tom O’Brien’s firing. Both of Woulard’s top two choices have let their coaches go. So where does...
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