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Former Western Kentucky University Head Coach Willie Taggart enters his third season at USF. Taggart, a former Tampa area high school prep star at Manatee high school in Bradenton, Florida.
Skeptics are now silent as the Bulls were on of the hottest teams in the FBS to end the 2015 season.
However, the Bulls lost the Miami Beach Bowl to Western Kentucky. Taggart has a large recruiting base in the “SUNSHINE STATE” and knows how to handle himself around potential players and their families.
Everything is in place for the South Florida Bulls to not only compete in the American Athletic Conference but nationally.
The South Florida offense has one of the best-running backs no one has heard. Sarasota, Florida native Marlon Mack rushed for 1,381 in his Sophomore campaign.
His freshman season was just as impressive. Mack could be just a good as Florida State star Dalvin Cook.
Miami native Quinton Flowers was part of the same recruiting class as Mack. Flowers made a 360-degree turn last season and are another reason fans on the “GULF SIDE” of Florida are enthusiastic about the upcoming season.
2,296 passing yards and twelve touchdowns in 2015 should be in the rear view mirror for Flowers.
Offensive Coordinators Darren Hiller and T.J. Weist must replace three starters on the offensive line.
Wideout Rodney Adams is the primary target of the passing attack. The junior accounted for 822 receiving yards last season and is primed to become one of the best at his position in the conference.
The 2016-17 South Florida Bulls defense allowed opponents 380.5 yards per contest. The Bulls rushing attack ranked 31st in the FBS.
However, the unit lost defensive Coordinator Tom Allen. Taggart promoted linebacker coach Raymond Woodie to run the show on that side of the football.
Linebackers Auggie Sanchez and Nigel Harris are two of the best in the conference. The South Florida defense has plenty of depth in the trenches which will allow a rotation to keep players fresh in the humidity.
First Team All-Conference performer Deatrick Nichols returns as the leader of the secondary.
The defensive backfield must improve, they gave up an average of 239.1 yards per game through the air.
Junior Devin Abraham and Sophomore Ronnie Hoggins are also returning starters.
The Bulls host in-state powerhouse Florida State the last Saturday of September. Bovada Lv list South Florida at +260 to win the American Athletic Conference Crown.
Free Betting Odds Prediction: The 2016-17 South Florida Bulls will finish the regular season with a 10-2 record.
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