By JOE VOZZELLI
South Alabama head coach Joey Jones would never wish ill will on another program.
Yet, the demise of Alabama-Birmingham’s football team — at least for the 2015 season — benefited the Jaguars as much, if not more, than any other program in the NCAA’s Football Bowl Subdivision.
Following a 6-7 season and a bowl game, the first in program history, USA had to replenish its roster, especially on offense. After all, the Jaguars had lost 55 players to graduation across a two-year span.