Archive for the ‘College Football’ Category

Dear Cleveland Browns Backers,

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Dear Cleveland Browns Backers, Cleveland Browns fans and anything falls in between, It’s time for a Football Intervention, no not for Johnny Manziel, it’s for the entire Browns Organization, most interventions are done once the deadbeat has hit rock bottom, the Browns Organization is that deadbeat, drug addict living on the streets with the largest family […]

I-4 Battle Should be one Sided

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London keeps insisting they will do anything to land an NFL franchise. Think they would feel that way if they knew they were getting the Jags?   (photo USA Today Sports / Mark J. Rebilas)

It has been two years since the USF Bulls beat the UCF Knights. In other words, Willie Taggart has yet to beat the Knights in his tenure at USF. All that will change Thursday night with the seventh meeting of the I-4 rivals. Why go ahead and predict a USF victory? Well, to put it […]

OUCH! Power 5 Hot Seat

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  There are only two weeks left in the 2015 college football season and there are already 14 coaches who have either been fired or resigned.  Most recently, Paul Rhoads of Iowa State and Scott Schafer of Syracuse became members of the fired coaches club.  There will more than likely be more coaches to join […]

USF’s Nichols Named Defensive Player of the Week

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    TAMPA, FLA. – USF sophomore cornerback Deatrick Nichols (Miami, Fla.) has been named the American Conference Defensive Player of the Week by College Sports Madness. Nichols posted career highs of eight tackles and two interceptions to go with a tackle for loss in the Bulls 65-27 route of Cincinnati on Friday night. Nichols intercepted […]

Tuberville “Panicked…Stunned”


“Panicked.” “Stunned.” These were just two of the verbs used by Cincinnati Bearcats head coach Tommy Tuberville on Friday night, before admitting what all 26,522 fans in attendance at the South Florida-Cincinnati game already knew, “They (USF) had the better team tonight.” In fact, if there was a verb best to describe the performance of […]

It’s a Bear-Crush, All Bulls 65-27


  Tampa, Fla.– Cincinnati came to Tampa looking to jump back into the American Athletic Conference Eastern Division Race. They left with their Eastern Division title hopes dashed and their bowl chances slipping away, as the Bulls kept their Eastern Division aspirations alive by routing the Bearcats 65-27. The Bulls set the tone on the very […]

Bulls Look to Slow Down Bearcats


The buzz is back in the bay thanks to the South Florida Bulls. Fresh off their 44-23 upset of then #21 Temple last weekend, the Bulls are not just playing to improve their bowl odds, but also playing to remain in contention for the American Athletic Conference East Division Championship and a chance to play […]

Hoo Hoo, Running of the Bulls

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Willie Taggart walked off the field high fiving fans and hugging everybody around him. The smile on his face said it all. His “young bulls” team had just upset the 21st ranked team in the country. South Florida did not just beat Temple, they dominated the Owls, dismantling the number one ranked defense in the […]

Bulls Look to Silence Owls


History will be made at Raymond James Stadium this weekend when the South Florida Bulls face the Temple Owls. With the win, Temple will become the first ever American Athletic Conference Eastern Division Champion and take part in the inaugural AAC Championship game. If the Bulls win, they will become bowl eligible for the first […]

Bulls Look To Get Back On Winning Track

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It very well could be an understatement, but this could be the most important game of the year for the South Florida Bulls. On the verge of bowl eligibility and getting ready to face the top two teams in the Eastern Division of the American Athletic Conference the next two weeks, the Bulls have “…no […]