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USF gets “Cook-ed”

Tampa, Fla. — Today’s game started with an anomaly and ended up “Cook-ed” well done.  Each team’s first play from scrimmage went for pay-dirt and just like that a 7-7 tie.  To continue that theme, both teams had their second possession end in TD’s on quick drives and it was tied at 14 before there was five minutes gone. […]

Road to the Vision Involves Crushing NIU

September 4th 2011 was not a good day in Tampa Bay, it was the day Leroy Selmon passed away. In a press conference this week, Bulls head coach Willie Taggart made reference to the vision of Leroy Selmon for USF football. “The vision that Leroy, Leroy Selmon had… coming and taking this job, it was really important to me […]

The Clock Struck Midnight on the Bulls Cinderella Season

  A crowd of 21,712, mostly green and gold fans, watched as the South Florida Bulls took on Conference USA champion Western Kentucky Hilltoppers. There was a lot of talk about this matchup, mostly focusing on Willie Taggart taking on his old team, but when the clock struck zero, it was the inability of the […]

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 […]

Midshipmen End Bulls 3 Game Win Streak

All good things must come to an end, but for the South Florida Bulls, this loss will leave a bitter taste in their mouth. The Bulls had chances. They had opportunities. They have no one to blame but themselves. Not only did the loss to Navy snap the Bulls three game win streak, it also […]

Bulls Muzzle the Huskies

  Nobody said it would be pretty.  In fact, for a majority of the game, the offense was just awful.  But this is a different Bulls team from the one that started the year 1-3.  And in the end, it was a trick play and a career day from a wide receiver that helped lead […]

Terps Tame Bulls

              Redemption turned into humiliation for the South Florida Bulls Saturday in College Park, MD.  The Bulls had opportunities all game but could not capitalize.             On the third play of the game, Bulls’ Defensive Back, Devin Abraham, picked off a Caleb Rowe pass and returned it 42 yards to the Maryland 4 yard […]

USF Bulls 2015 Preview: RBs & Receivers

  As we continue to preview the upcoming 2015 USF Bulls season, we take a look at the final two positions on offense: Running Back and the Receiving core. In their 4 wins last season, the Bulls Running Backs averaged 6 yards per carry, while in their 8 losses, they averaged 2.42 yards per carry […]