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Friday March 14th, 2014

Stan Heath only had two 20-win campaigns in his seven seasons at South Florida. (AP Photo/Garry Jones) Stan Heath only had two 20-win campaigns in his seven seasons at South Florida. (AP Photo/Garry Jones)

South Florida fired men's basketball coach Stan Heath after seven seasons with the school, reports CBSSports.com's Jon Rothstein.

According to the report, Heath was notified of the school's decision on Friday. The school will pay Stan Heath $1.5 million for the four remaining seasons on his contract.

South Florida's season ended Wednesday with a 72-68 loss to Rutgers in the first round of the American Athletic Conference Tournament. The Bulls finished the 2013-14 season with a 12-19 (3-15 AAC) record.

Heath was 97-130 in six years with South Florida, taking to the team to one NCAA tournament appearance and one NIT appearance.

BELLER: Bubble update, projected bracket, possible bid thieves, more Before arriving at South Florida, Heath coached Arkansas for five seasons. He has a 209-207 record in 13 seasons at a college head coach at Kent State, Arkansas and South Florida.

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