Posts Tagged ‘Mitch Wilcox’

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 […]

USF Remains Unbeaten, Now Ranked 20th and Bowl Eligible

TAMPA, OCT. 14, 2018 – One of just eight remaining unbeaten teams in FBS football, USF (6-0; 2-0 American) has reached bowl eligibility on the earliest date in program history and climbed into the top 20 of the national rankings for the 31st time in program history, checking in at No. 20 in the latest Amway […]

USF Comes From Behind To Defeat Georgia Tech

USF shows grit, defense comes up big in Power 5 matchup With Georgia Tech coming into Raymond James on Saturday, USF knew they would have their hands full and the Yellow Jackets didn’t disappoint. Despite USF escaping with a 49-38 victory, Georgia Tech was able to amass 602 yards of total offense with an astonishing […]

Barnett Dazzles in Debut as Bulls Roll Over Elon in Season Opener

  By Taylor Jenkins The question for USF football fans all offseason was what the team would do at the quarterback position. USF initially had a battle raging between veteran Brett Kean and sophomore Chris Oladokun, but when the former five-star recruit Blake Barnett joined the team as a grad transfer from Arizona State, everything […]

UCF Takes the 2017 War on I-4 Battle

All Photos by Travis Failey In front of a national audience, the war on I4 didn’t disappoint as UCF won a thrilling game 49-42 over USF at Spectrum Stadium. Both teams had everything to lose, especially the Knights who came into the game undefeated at 10-0 with a possibility of not only going to the […]