According to a Saturday press release, Greg Gregory has been released from his duties as offensive coordinator by Bulls Head Coach Jim Leavitt.
"Greg is an outstanding coach and I appreciate everything he has done for us. It is time for our program to move in another direction," said Leavitt.
Gregory came to USF in 2005 as a tight ends coach, and was elevated to OC in 2007, leading a Bulls offense that set 9 school records.
In 2008 Gregory coordinated a Bulls offense that returned ten starters and led the Big East in yards, but struggled to score, and only had a 55 percent red zone efficiency this past season. The Bulls started strong, but lost 4 of the last 5 games while the offense struggled.
A replacement has not been named and the Bulls will begin a search for a new offensive coordinator immediately.
Bulls Release OC Greg Gregory
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