theman123 Posted March 23, 2014 Group: Member Topic Count: 410 Content Count: 5,577 Reputation: 191 Days Won: 3 Joined: 12/10/2006 Share Posted March 23, 2014 I've seen quite a few posts questioning USF's ability to find a successful successor to Stan Heath. And quite frankly, I do not get it. You look at a our last 3 hires, and initially, they all looked pretty **** good. Stan Heath was hired after 2 years of NCAAT appearences, something USF fans still dream of, and also a successful assistant stint with MSU. While clearly he did not succeed at USF, back in 2007, this looked like a quality hire. Skip Holtz camein after 2 conference championships and 4 straight bowl appearances. I'll be honest, just about everyone around here was ecstatic with this hire. In 2009, this looked like a fantastic hire. Willie Taggart, probably looks like our worst hire so far since McCollum. Decent success in the Sun Belt, but so far, the program seems like it has the potential to turn it around. And, looking at the list USF is compiling, with Steve Masiello looking to be leading. I think USF will make a good decision in the end. 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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