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  1. Three specialists vying in this one with Umholtz, the first Bulls punter and Nadelman the current placekicker. And don't forget my boy, KB. He'll at least get one vote in this thing! Johnnie Jones is the greatest threat to a kicker of some sort winning this one.
  2. I saw an article claiming C-USA was a higher level league than the rest of the G-5. If I can find it again, I'll post it. I didn't read it. I think they're both sort of funny.
  3. Never Again

    Auman took advice AND he learned a lot from the dramatic and miserable failure of a beat writer Brett McMurphy became.
  4. TBT GAME Tonight

    It's a late night deal for you east coasters. Me, I'll be rushing home to watch at 6 p.m. Local. If any of you are watching and near your phone, tablet or computer and wish to chat, please jump into the chat room. The chat room we had was discontinued by the provider. The one we have now is a free plugin I'd like to try while I look at a more robust replacement. Please join if you can and we can test it out together. Thanks, Brad
  5. Today is the day we'll find out if any Bulls are named to the watch list for this award. More on this award and the remainder for this week: Walter Camp Award Presented to the nation's most outstanding player by the Walter Camp Football Foundation | @WalterCampFF Named for ... Walter Camp, "The Father of American Football" who played at Yale from 1877-82 and is credited with creating many strategy features which led to the development of the organized game. 2016 winner: Lamar Jackson, Louisville
  6. Candidates: Tony Umholtz 1997-99 Jake Hickson 2000 Johnnie Jones 2001-02 Sidney Moore 2003 Kyle Bronson 2005 Cameron Perkins 2008 Mike Jeune 2011-12 Emilio Nadelman 2013+ Please go to the poll and vote for the best. Your comments on each player is invited. Could make some good offseason discussion at we prepare for our 21st season of football competition. Full listing of completed polls: Best to Wear #99 - #1 Summary
  7. Sorry I unveiled this one so late...please vote.
  8. Today is the day we'll find out if any Bulls are named to the watch list for this award. More on this award and the remainder for this week: Doak Walker Award Presented to the nation's premier running back by the PwC SMU Athletic Forum | @DoakWalkerAward Named for ... Doak Walker, the 1948 Heisman Trophy winner and three-time All-American from SMU. 2016 winner: D'Onta Foreman, Texas
  9. Candidates: Chris Hill 1997 John Miller 2000-02 Ilia Petrov 2006, 2008 Sam Barrington 2009-12 Ryan Eppes 2013 Nate Godwin 2013-16 Please go to the poll and vote for the best. Your comments on each player is invited. Could make some good offseason discussion at we prepare for our 21st season of football competition. Full listing of completed polls: Best to Wear #99 - #1 Summary
  10. USF ATHLETICS FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Web Link: USF Volleyball Announces Challenging 2017 Schedule The Bulls will host a pair of non-conference tournaments and 15 home matches TAMPA, JULY 19, 2017 – Four early season tournaments before a highly competitive American Athletic Conference schedule provides the USF Volleyball team with an exciting slate of matches for the 2017 season. A balanced schedule features 32 matches against teams from 11 different conferences, including the Big Ten and SEC, with 15 matches set to be played in Tampa. “I am very excited about this year’s schedule,” said sixth-year head coach Courtney Draper. “To open with a Big Ten school and have two SEC schools on the schedule prior to conference play is great for this team.” For the first time since 2013, the Bulls will see the season’s first serve at home in the USF Invitational, Aug. 25-26. The six-match tournament will feature Northwestern of the Big Ten and SEC member LSU, along with Arkansas Pine Bluff. USF went 11-5 at home in 2016, the best mark since 2012. “I think that our fans will really enjoy watching our team compete this season,” said Draper. ”Many of our opponents tell us that the Corral is one of the toughest venues to play in because of our amazing fan support. I expect to have another strong record in Tampa, protecting our home floor.” The Bulls get things started with the second match of the opening invitational, taking on Northwestern on Aug. 25. USF will play two matches the next day, facing Arkansas Pine Bluff at noon followed by LSU at 7 p.m. USF has gone 5-1 in opening tournaments over the last two seasons and has dropped a total of only four sets. The Bulls will be tested when hitting the road for the first time, as they take part in the Bulldog Invitational in Starkville, Miss., Sept. 1-2. USF faces Stephen F. Austin to begin the tournament. The Ladyjacks have been one of the Southland Conference’s best with 64 wins and an NCAA appearance over the last three seasons. USF will play the hosts Mississippi State later that day and conclude the weekend against Grambling State on Sept. 2. The Bulls return to Tampa for the USF Classic, Sept. 8-9. The weekend begins with Bethune-Cookman on Sept. 8 before a match against FAU on Sept. 9. The Bulls finish the tournament against Oral Roberts. USF remains in Florida for its final non-conference matches when it travels to Jacksonville for the Dolphin Invitational, Sept. 15-16. The Bulls open the tournament against Austin Peay, which finished 24-11 last season and 12-4 in the Ohio Valley Conference. USF then faces Presbyterian College and concludes tournament play against the host Dolphins on Sept. 16. “All of our pre-season and non-conference opponents will really help us prepare well for what has proven to be an extremely tough American Athletic Conference,” said Draper. The American schedule will be both challenging and competitive, as nine of the 12 members finished above .500 last season, including USF at 19-13. Three American Conference schools made it to the NCAA Tournament, including Cincinnati, who the Bulls open league play at home against on Sept. 22. USF will also host East Carolina on Sept. 24 to conclude the opening weekend of conference play. The first road contest in conference action will be on Sept. 29 at the newest member of The American, Wichita State. The Shockers might be new to the conference, but they are no strangers to the college volleyball national spotlight, having won the Missouri Valley Conference and made it to the NCAA Tournament in nine of the last 10 years. It will be USF's second all-time meeting with Wichita State and the first since 2005. "The addition of a storied Wichita State program really makes this league one of the more challenging conferences in the country from top-to-bottom," said Draper. The first-ever trip to Wichita, Kan., will start a four-game road swing through The American. USF turns its attention to Memphis on Oct. 3. Following the contest against the Tigers, the Bulls make their first trip of the year to Texas on Oct. 6 when they battle SMU in Dallas. The Mustangs finished 2016 at 26-8, won their opening NCAA Tournament match and have posted no fewer than 22 wins since 2013. The season's longest road trip concludes at Tulsa on Sept. 8. USF returns home on Oct. 13 against a 22-win Temple squad from a season ago and a tilt against UConn on Oct. 15. The Bulls wrap up their first run through the league with a pair of road matches, at Tulane on Oct. 20 and at Houston on Oct. 22. The first rematch of 2017 will take place on Oct. 27when Memphis comes to Tampa. The Bulls will welcome the Shockers to the sunshine state for the first time on Oct. 29. The final month of the regular season begins on Nov. 3 at ECU, followed by a match at Cincinnati on Nov. 5. The Bulls host Houston on Nov. 10 and Tulane on Nov. 12. A three-game road trip over Thanksgiving break ensues on Nov. 17 at UConn. The Bulls then travel to Philadelphia to face Temple on Nov. 19 before the War on I-4 resumes three days later. The initial matchup with UCF begins a home-and-home to close out the regular season. USF hosts its intrastate foes for senior day on Nov. 25. The Bulls hold a 49-33 edge in the all-time series against the Knights. "Though this schedule provides many of exciting challenges, I am confident in our player's abilities and our entire staff can't wait to get the season started," said Draper. With no American Athletic Conference tournament, the NCAA Tournament First and Second Rounds will be held Dec. 1-3
  11. TBP 2017 Wallpapers, #1

    Thanks for is being worked on as we speak!
  12. Working to put at a championship winning level...the #USFBulls deserve it

  13. Welcome B.Hunt

    Hello TBP members, Please join me in welcoming B.Hunt to USF Bulls - B.Hunt joined us on the 07/19/2017. View Member Go Bulls!