Posted February 06, 2013 on AP on Fox
Willie Taggart relishes the challenge of trying to make South Florida more competitive in the Big East. The former Western Kentucky finished a busy first two months on the job Wednesday when he announced a recruiting class of 23 prospects that he's counting on helping the Bulls contend for championships in a new-look conference that's been in decline because of the departure of several members to other leagues. Taggard replaced Skip Holtz on Dec. 8 and wound up landing a promising group headed by highly regarded defensive tackles Derrick Calloway and Deadrin Senat and defensive back Lamar Robbins despite not having most of his coaching staff in place until well after New Year's Day. ''I think it's a class that can help us. ... We have some real good talent. And more importantly, we've got guys who want to be here and want to be part of building this program into what we want it to be,'' Taggard said. Holtz was fired after dropping nine of 10 g...
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