“Who’s next?” became USF’s motto on National Signing Day, those two words a call to anticipate the future instead of toiling on the past. “Who’s next?” was supposed to offer fresh hope after a pair of frustrating seasons. “Who’s next?” was created to focus on the possibility of rewarding falls, not the empty ones left behind.If all goes according to plan for coach Willie Taggart, a man who has no choice but to bet on the future, “What’s next?” will be another question worth considering.No program admits defeat on National Signing Day. It’s one of the few days each year in the ultra-competitive world of major college football when cameras zoom in, thousands of words are spilled online and over the air and few losers are declared. It’s a 24-hour all-you-can-handle buffet of hope, optimism and big dreams.Consider some of Taggart’s tweets published throughout Wednesday morning, all pouring on the positive vibes like a large gravy ladle.In USF’s case, there are reasons to consider that the Bulls’ new class can help a stagnant program gain life. Scout.com ranked USF’s 21-player group as No. 71 in the country, which stands second in the American Athletic Conference behind Cincinnati, which closed No…. Read full this story
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