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Report: Skip Holtz to coach South Florida

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South Florida has hired Skip Holtz to replace Jim Leavitt as football coach, according to a report from Fanhouse.

Holtz, the son of legendary coach and ESPN analyst Lou Holtz, went 38-27 in four years at East Carolina and led the Pirates to four bowl games. He also served as Connecticut's coach from 1994-1998.

Leavitt was fired on Jan. 8 after an investigation into allegations he grabbed and struck a player during halftime of a Nov. 21 game.

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He led us to four bowl games and 2 conference championships. asshole.

He led us to 4 bowl games and 2 conference championship. a hole

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