USF fires Stan Heath
The University of South Florida has fired Stan Heath, who fashioned a 97-128 record in seven seasons at the school.
South Florida has fired head coach Stan Heath, a source told CBSSports.com. Heath was informed of the decision on Friday afternoon.
The school later issued a press release on the matter, which read in part, "Coach Heath’s dedication to USF student-athletes and the many positives he brought to the program are appreciated."
Heath was 97-128 in six years with the Bulls and went just 12-19 this season, including 3-15 in American Athletic Conference play.
Heath advanced to one NCAA Tournament and an NIT during his tenure at South Florida, which followed a five-year stint at Arkansas.
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