Video: Holtz says Gators weren't that bad
We'll start off with a link to a story in Wednesday's Times about defensive end Ryne Giddins, who chose the Bulls over the Gators last year and got the ball rolling on a huge recruiting class for USF. Plus this week's USF notebook, which includes a note on USF safety Jerrell Young going to Gainesville for an official visit in 2005 -- he might have been a Gator if they hadn't wanted him to be a running back.
Now for more Skip Holtz video -- he went a full 15 minutes just in recapping Stony Brook and previewing Florida today, giving a position-by-position breakdown including our first chance to see which players joined the "victor's club" by grading out as a "winner." More on that later, but here's his thoughts about Florida -- as unimpressive as the Gators were against Miami (Ohio), he can rattle off a bunch of stats that seem pretty impressive.
One more Holtz clip to share -- here's his opening thoughts on the Stony Brook game and where the Bulls have room for improvement. (He opens by making fun of his friend and colleague, USF baseball coach Lelo Prado, who took the podium first to announce the hiring of former Rays pitching coach Chuck Hernandez.)