USF vs. Cincinnati 2012: Bulls fans ready for season to be over

Kim Klement-US PRESSWIRE

Yet another ugly loss has USF Bulls fans yearning for the year to be over.

The USF Bulls' disappointing 2012 campaign rolled along this past weekend, as they fell 27-10 in a listless performance against the Cincinnati Bearcats. While the final margin was not that large, the Bulls trailed the entire game and were never really competitive.

USF is now 3-8 overall and 1-5 in the Big East, and the Bulls' poor season has coach Skip Holtz squarely on the hot seat. Despite the fact that the Bulls have one more game this weekend, Jamie DeVriend of SB Nation's USF blog Voodoo Five just wants this season to be over so the program can move forward:

Let's get it all over with. The football season, the decision on whether or not to bring this bozo back for another year, the school getting left out of realignment... all of it. I want to know what to do next. I'm tired of waiting it out.

After a strong start to his USF career, Holtz has seen things unravel in the past two seasons. The Bulls have won just two Big East games these past two years and eight games overall.

USF closes its season on Saturday against the Pittsburgh Panthers at Raymond James Stadium. A decision on Holtz will likely be made shortly thereafter.

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