USF Football Season Ticket Priority Renewal Period Open

By on February 3, 2017


Mitchell Wilcox with a 32 yard reception (TRAVIS FAILEY PHOTO)

Tampa, Fla.  – A Top 25-ranked USF team that returns Heisman Trophy candidate Quinton Flowers and 16 starters from the Bulls’ Birmingham Bowl victory over South Carolina returns to Raymond James Stadium on Sept. 2 for the first of seven home games in 2017.

Bulls Club members, 90% of whom are current season ticket members, can now renew for 2017-18 in order to lock in their current seat locations, and elect to add new seats or change locations for what is sure to be a thrilling 2017 football season under new head coach Charlie Strong.

Quarterback Quinton Flowers set the program’s new season rushing record with 1,425 yards after producing 152 yards and two scores on the ground. The junior from Miami also completed 17 of 26 passes for 152 yards to set a new USF record with eight 300-yard total offense games this season. (TRAVIS FAILEY PHOTO)

  • The football PRIORITY RENEWAL period for all Bulls Club members begins on Feb. 3 runs through Friday, March 31.

  • NEW football season tickets sales for all fans will begin on Saturday, April 8 with sales at the annual USF Spring Game. Deposits will be accepted prior to April 8.

  • Football FLEX PLAN packages and GROUP TICKET sales will begin on Monday, May 15.

  • USF alumni, faculty and staff will once again receive a 20 percent discount on all football season ticket purchases.

Fans can renew on-line by going to or by phone by calling 1-800-Go-Bulls. Fans wishing to renew by mail can call 1-800-Go-Bulls to request a paper statement. Bulls Club members are encouraged to check their e-mail for information from USF Athletics pertaining to their renewal.

New season tickets deposits for the 2017 Bulls’ football season can be made by calling 1-800-Go-Bulls, visiting or in-person at the USF Ticket Office (Lee Roy Selmon Athletic Center) Monday-through-Friday between the hours of 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.

The Bulls Club and their members raise funds to support all USF student-athletes by providing much needed financial aid, including tuition, books, and other educational and performance support services.

USF will host three games against 2016 bowl game participants who won at least nine games when American Athletic Conference title contenders Houston, Temple and Tulsa come to Raymond James Stadium. Big Ten foe Illinois will also travel to Tampa as will Cincinnati, UMass and Stony Brook.

Travis Failey Photo

USF finished the 2016 season ranked No. 19 in the Associated Press poll with a school record 11 wins following the program’s fifth-ever bowl victory in the Birmingham Bowl. The Bulls’ 11-2 record marked the fifth-best winning percentage in FBS football in 2016 and one of just 11 teams to reach 11 wins. USF set nearly 40 team and individual records in 2016, including team records for total yards (6,650), rushing yards (3,714), touchdowns (77) and scoring (569). Junior quarterback Quinton Flowers was named the American Conference Offensive Player of the Year and led a school-record 10 players named to the all-conference team, six of which, including Flowers, will return in 2017.

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