New USF head coach Skip Holtz is an offensive guy. No not in the Lane Kiffin sense of the word, but in the sense that’s the side of the ball the majority of his coaching experience comes from. His first non-graduate assistant job was coaching wide receivers at Colorado State in 1989. From there he spent four years at Notre Dame – two with receivers and two as the offensive coordinator. After a five-year stint as the head coach at UConn, Holtz returned to a solely offensive role as the coordinator at South Carolina. He ended his time with the Gamecocks as the quarterbacks coach before taking over at ECU. So, of course, Bulls’ fans are going to expect the offense to take a step forward in 2010.Being the offseason, there’s no better time of year to endlessly go over numbers and see if...

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