Found October 10, 2012 on
When you receive a vote of confidence as a college football head coach, it is generally never a good thing. One day, you are receiving praise while you know that your team is not performing up to the level they are capable of, and shortly afterward – more often than not – you are given your walking papers. Skip Holtz is hoping that he will not suffer the same fate as head coach with the University of South Florida Bulls.Holtz was given the vote of confidence by Bulls’ athletic director Doug Woolard. While he was also the same person responsible for extending the contract of the USF head coach a few months back, he cannot be satisfied with a 2-4 record to start the 2012 college football season. That is why he felt it was necessary to come out and discuss his football team.“I know Skip, his staff and the players are working diligently to get that next win and to find sustained success. Certainly, the results, in terms of wins and losses to date, are disappointing to everyone i...
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  • Why in this world of college football is Skip Holtz still in command at the University of South Florida. This guy has ruined a rising program and set us back at least 4 years with 4 conference wins in 3 years, a bismal 15-20 record thus far in 3 years. The last 2 season records are 4-8 and now this year will probably be 3-9. This guy has recruited so terribly bad that his classes rank 64 and 66 the last 2 years Nationally. Pleazse help us, this guy is drowning this football program weekly. This guy needs to be fired 2 weeks ago with Derek Dooley of Tennessee U.
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