Jim Leavitt for D-Coordinator? Please Please Please Jim Leavitt, currently the LB coach at San Francisco. After spending 1990-1995 under Bill Snyder at KSU, Leavitt spent 1995-2010 as the Head Coach for USF, leading them since their inception. I'll actually paste the exact wording from his Bio here, it sounds better than I could make it sound. "The program began play in 1997 at the division I-AA level and immediate success propelled the Bulls to a national ranking for 24 consecutive weeks. South Florida’s ascension into the top 25 from entry into I-A/FCS was the fastest in NCAA history, surpassing Boise State’s rise by a mere seven weeks. The Bulls achieved another record on September 30, 2007, when they became the fastest program of the modern era to reach the top 10, landing at No. 6 in the AP Poll and No. 9 in the Coaches’ Poll. On October 14, 2007, South Florida received its first ever BCS ranking as the No. 2 team in the nation behind only the Ohio State Buckeyes." What do you guys think? This guy would be a monster for our team.