I think DMac was a good fit for South Florida because they rely too much on emotion too early in the season. A trademark of DMac's teams was to play well early then tail off. Johnny Majors said you could convince a team to play "over its head" two or three times a season. If you tried to geek-up the team any more than that, they became jaded and would not respond. I can remember many seasons at Iowa state like that. Play great, then fold. Sounds like South Florida to me.
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