It's not just us saying that USF is really bad at football right now. It's basically everyone, including these links:
Gary Shelton talked to Skip Holtz as part of this column - I don't usually recommend the local all-sports columnists because they don't often get very deep in their analysis, but this is a good one.
Unlike this classic drive-by shooting. THEY LOST TO BALL STATE AND TEMPLE! DID ANYONE KNOW THAT? I DID NOT KNOW THAT!
It should be noted that when Louisville flipped it around from 2-4 to 7-5, they had already fired their problem coordinator, and their roster was filled with underclassmen who got better as the season went along. Meanwhile, Chris Cosh is still pulling paychecks, and USF has 24 seniors. It sounds nice, but it's not the same situation.
Same you-know-what, different year. Although "malaise" probably isn't strong enough a word. "Quagmire," maybe? Or how about "hellhole"?
Not only was JaQuez Jenkins' pick in last season's finale the last interception Geno Smith threw, it was the last one USF made. #GoodJobGoodEffort, Chris Cosh!
This season looks like it's pretty much toast, but Matt argues that there are still some things to care about in these last six games.
By the way, THEY LOST TO BALL STATE AND TEMPLE! WORD COUNT!