Another QB leaves USF? Does it really matter?

by Gary Shelton on April 2, 2015 · 1 comment

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It doesn’t matter.

That, really, is the shame the defection of a lost quarterback from a lost college program. It doesn’t really matter. At South Florida these days, nothing really does.

Yes, it was a bit of a surprise when Mike White announced he was leaving the program this week, and yes, it makes the odds a bit longer that head coach Willie Taggart will survive. But the overwhelming sentiment when a quarterback who hasn’t been all he should be said he was leaving a program that isn’t all it should be was apathy.

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Rick Martin April 2, 2015 at 6:14 am

The Bulls have decided to close down all upper deck sections of their stadium (got my notice in the mail). Even with this move, you’ll see a lot of open seats in the lower bowl or RayJay next season. How the program has fallen…..wonder what Lee Roy would say about all of this had he been here.


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