FREE PARKING! Something to Cheer About

By on October 13, 2016


First 300 Student Vehicles Park Free at USF Game    (USF takes on UConn at 7 p.m. Saturday at Raymond James Stadium)


TAMPA, FLA. – With the USF football team (5-1; 2-0 The American) looking to equal the best start in program history and fall football weather setting in, USF is offering free parking to the first 300 student driven vehicles carrying four or more students that enter Lot 8 of Raymond James Stadium for Saturday’s 7 p.m. kickoff vs. UConn (3-3; 1-2 The American).

USF students are encouraged to arrive early and enjoy beautiful tailgate weather with sunny skies, low humidity and temperatures in the low 80 forecast prior to game time Saturday. The student parking is located in Lot 8, accessed off Himes Ave., on the south side of Raymond James Stadium. The lot is located near the Student Government Tailgate and the Bulls Zone and provides easy access to the Bulls Stampede with Head Coach Willie Taggart and the USF team scheduled to enter the stadium through the south lots starting at 4:25 p.m.

A limited supply of free parking passes is available and only to vehicles carrying four or more passengers. The passes will be distributed as vehicles enter Lot 8. Drivers will be asked to show their valid USF student ID as they enter the lot.

The USF football team brings the No. 8 scoring offense in the nation into Saturday’s game, as the Bulls are posting 44.5 ppg. USF has won a program-record six straight conference games and has posted victories in eight of its last 10 home contests, out-scoring opponents by an average of 43.7 to 22.8 points per game over that span.

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