USF coach Jeff Scott is selling his Tampa home, which used to belong to Lovie Smith


A Tampa home with some serious football roots is now on the market.

University of South Florida head football coach Jeff Scott is trying to punt his 10,146-square-foot Tampa Palms mansion, a home that he purchased from former Tampa Bay Bucs coach and current University of Illinois head coach Lovie Smith.

According to records, Scott purchased the home back in January of 2020 from Smith for $2.5 million.

Located at 4901 Turnbury Wood Dr., the six-bedroom, six-and-a-half bathroom home sits on a giant 14-acre lot, complete with a pool, basketball court, a fishing pond and a putting green with a sand trap. The home also features a game room, a theater, a gym, an 800-bottle wine cellar, a safe room, and a seven-car garage.

Scott, a former Clemson co-offensive coordinator, agreed to a five-year contract with USF in 2019, worth a reported $12.5 million.

The home is currently asking $3,350,000, and the listing agent is Pete Radeka of Florida Executive Realty.

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