Posts Tagged ‘usf’

Bulls Get Run Over By Taylor and the Badgers in 2019 Opener

The 2019 USF Bulls Football Season got off to a screeching halt at the hands and feet of the Big Ten’s Wisconsin Badgers but ohh what could have been. Ok!!! Who am I kidding?? You can look back at the Badgers first drive on 3rd and 7 and say if the Bulls get the stop, […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

Seminoles Slow Bulls Attack

  It was a tale of two halves for South Florida at Doak Campbell Stadium in Tallahassee on Saturday September 12.   A 29 point underdog, the Bulls hung around for a majority of the game making the Seminoles fans start sweating and wishing they could trade the sweat for the raindrops that fell before […]

USF To Hold 11 Football Camps

Bulls to host seven camps on the USF campus, four camps at satellite locations around the state

Camps conclude with Sling And Shoot Camp, the largest 7-on-7 tournament in the Southeast

AUDIO: University of South Florida Athletic Director Mark Harlan

  Rick chats with Mark Harlan about the 2015 NCAA Women’s Final Four in Tampa and the USF Bulls #6 seed in the tournament.

Pitt Bounces South Florida, 67-55

By: Larry D. Lieberman (RSE-USF Correspondent) Pittsburgh, Pa. – (RSE) Playing for the third straight time without junior guard Ashton Gibbs, who is their lone 3-point threat and leading scorer, the Pittsburgh Panthers (24-2, 12-1 Big East) knew that dominating the paint was plan A for victory procurement. And, fortunately for them, they came into […]

Big East Preview

Big East Preview

The only thing keeping the Mountaineers from being in the discussion for a BCS bowl in January is how quickly Sophomore QB Geno Smith adjusts to full game speed in the FBS.  He played in four games as a freshman last season, but only one was meaningful….a 24-7 victory over in-state rival Marshall after QB […]