Archive for the ‘College Football’ Category

USF and Alabama to Play Three-Game Series Starting in Tampa in 2023

Bulls and Crimson Tide to meet in 2023, 2024 and 2026 seasons USF with 17 non-conference Power 6 games scheduled in next 10 years Six future non-con opponents claim a total of 34 national championships TAMPA, FLA.USF Vice President of Athletics Michael Kelly continued to add marquee opponents to the Bulls’ future football schedules today […]

Outback Steakhouse Extends Title Sponsorship of Outback Bowl Through 2026

Outback Bowl to contribute $45 million to universities & $3.5 million to charities Tampa, FL — Outback Bowl officials announced today that long-time Title Sponsor Outback Steakhouse has agreed to extend its contract with the New Year’s Day Bowl for six additional years through the January 2026 game. Officials also announced that over the next […]

Bulls 2019 Schedule

Coming off the program’s fourth straight bowl appearance, the USF football team will open its third season under head coach Charlie Strong with a primetime clash vs. Wisconsin on Friday, Aug. 30 nationally televised on an ESPN network from Raymond James Stadium. The American Athletic Conference announced the 2019 schedules for all 12 conference teams on Thursday. […]

All You Need to Know About the 2019 NFL Mock Draft 

With the regular Senior Bowl over, it means that it’s that time once again when punters and pundits alike keep glued to their TV screens and mobile devices checking for the latest NFL transfer news. In this article, we take a look at those players who are likely going to move during the offseason. Before […]

Iowa Wins the Outback Bowl as the Hawkeyes Rough up the Bulldogs

Tampa, Fla. — 2019 kicked off on Tuesday with Iowa and #18 Mississippi State – two of the nation’s top scoring defenses – battling the heat and each other for the first time ever in the 33rd annual Outback Bowl. After a rough-and-tumble four quarters Iowa was able to escape with 27-22 victory. Mississippi State entered […]

Wilcox and McGee First Teamers

The USF football team saw three players earn all-conference recognition Wednesday, including a pair returners and Bay Area natives, when the American Athletic Conference announced postseason honors as voted on by the conference’s head coaches.   Junior tight end Mitchell Wilcox (Tarpon Springs) earned first team all-conference honors, marking the second all-conference selection of his career after […]

Bulls and Knights both Lose

Tampa, Fla. — It was the same old song and dance on Friday as the UCF Knights earned their 24th straight win, completing the team’s second consecutive undefeated regular season with a 38-10 victory over USF. “We’re not a very good football team,” Charlie Strong said. “You look at us and we’re very fortunate to […]

Bulls Get Washed Away by The Green Wave

Article by USF Athletics TAMPA, NOV. 3, 2018 – USF dropped consecutive conference games for the first time since the end of the 2014 season with a 41-15 setback against Tulane on Saturday at Raymond James Stadium. Tulane (4-5, 3-2 in AAC) took control of the game with 34 straight points after USF (7-2, 3-2 […]

An Ugly Win is Better than a Pretty Loss

Tampa, Fla. – If you were hoping for USF to finally return to form and steamroll UConn – the nation’s worst defense – on Saturday night, then I sure hope you didn’t tune in to the Bulls’ 38-30 victory over the Huskies. UConn opened the scoring early when RB Kevin Mensah punched in a 10-yard […]

Bulls Squeak to 4 and 0

Tampa, Fla.–For the second straight week USF headed into a game favored by multiple scores and for the second straight week disappointed. While USF was able to squeak out the 20-13 win, you’ll be hard-pressed to find anyone short of Connor Akeman at the Daily Stampede who predicted the Bulls to struggle this much tonight, […]