Leavitt, from Wikipedia's view
Wikipedia.org, the Internet's popular free encyclopedia, is a strange resource, in that half the information you find comes with a bit of agenda from the writer. So it's with some amusement that you read the entry for USF coach Jim Leavitt, which has no doubt been written or at least recently updated by a Central Florida fan:
"He is notorious for recruiting problem kids (drugs, bad grades, criminal pasts, etc) in hopes of becoming the 4th college football power in the state of Florida. Has an unknown aversion to scheduling the University of Central Florida Knights who are already considered the 4th power in the state."
And it gets worse. Not that it's a rivalry or anything, but you'd think some well-meaning USF fan would "edit" some of Leavitt's page. Even the George O'Leary page references the Bulls, saying how the Knights lost to "perceived rival USF" last year. Should be a fun game week next week for both sides ...