Saturday, April 3, 2010

Holtz wants Daniels to run less

Skip Holtz has made one thing clear since the first day of spring football practice: Less of B.J. Daniels means more of B.J. Daniels.

In laymen’s terms, the new USF head football coach doesn’t want to see his quarterback lead the team in rushing.

It’s been that way the last four years under the Jim Leavitt regime; first with Matt Grothe under center and then Daniels.

The old staff used the heck or high water approach with the quarterback giving the impression whoever was in there was indestructible. That philosophy proved fatal last season when Grothe went down with a torn ACL and Daniels inherited the job as a redshirt freshman.

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