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New USF coach Jeff Scott to be publicly introduced Wednesday

The fifth Bulls coach in program history will appear at the Sam & Martha Gibbons Alumni Center.
New USF coach Jeff Scott has spent the last 12 seasons on the staff at Clemson, his alma mater. [ADAM LACY  |  ZUMAPRESS.com]
New USF coach Jeff Scott has spent the last 12 seasons on the staff at Clemson, his alma mater. [ADAM LACY | ZUMAPRESS.com]
Published Dec. 10, 2019
Updated Dec. 10, 2019

New USF coach Jeff Scott will be formally introduced to his new fan base Wednesday at 11 a.m. on campus.

The free event will be held at the Sam & Martha Gibbons Alumni Center on USF Alumni Drive. It can be seen via live stream at GoUSFBulls.com, and heard on the USF Bulls Unlimited station on iHeartRadio.

Campus parking will be available in Lots 23A, 23B and 23T, according to a post from USF’s official football Twitter handle.

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USF president Steven Currall and athletic director Michael Kelly will address the audience before Scott offers some opening remarks and takes questions from reporters. A social meet-and-greet will follow.

Scott, Clemson’s co-offensive coordinator the last five seasons, was formally announced as the program’s fifth coach on Monday.

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