USF Launches 2009 Season Under The Big East Radar

Posted by Tom Edrington on August-7-2009 Add Comments

Jim Leavitt of the University of South Florida is the highest-paid football coach in the Big East. His conference record entering the 2009 season is 14-14. His team has been a favorite to win the conference title the past two seasons but this year the program's perception around the country has changed.

To its hardcore fans and faithful followers, the University of South Florida is the "Little Engine That Could." It is a relatively young program, built by one coach who keeps telling the story of a team built out of trailers and no facilities.

The story is becoming a bit old and the 2009 season for the USF brings an opportunity to show its pride and progress without the previous expectations.

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