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  1. Sold my property in Hawaii and California.
  2. I remember the old days of the Green and Gold Club when I lived in TPA. Used to go there after the game with Seth G and the big wigs. People would talk to me about "TheBullsPen" or and I would act very curious, because I didn't know their motivation. Never fessed up to it (to the big wigs), but Seth knew me and knew I ran the board. Visited him a few times. He did some good things. We've gone so much more big time since then.
  3. Some post game chatter for you, courtesy USF official site, Video
  4. Hello TBP members, Please join me in welcoming Dehere to Dehere joined us on the 02/18/2017. View Member Go Bulls!
  5. USF ATHLETICS FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Web Link: Box Score: Santos Has Career Day in Road Loss The sophomore posted 16 points off the bench, going 7-for-7 from the floor NEW ORLEANS, FEB. 18, 2017 – The University of South Florida men’s basketball team (7-19, 1-14) lost 94-71 at Tulane (5-21, 2-12) on Saturday afternoon. Sophomore forward Luis Santos (Bronx, N.Y.) shot a perfect 7-for-7 from the floor, setting a new career high with 16 points, all off the bench. The Bulls faced an early deficit at Devlin Fieldhouse but redshirt freshman forward Tulio Da Silva (Brazil) kept USF close by scoring the team’s first eight points. Leading 12-10, Tulane then tallied a dozen consecutive points to establish a double-digit advantage and head into halftime with a 44-26 edge. Junior guard Geno Thorpe (Pittsburgh) who was mired in first half foul trouble, helped USF lower the difference to 12 points with 6:41 remaining. He scored 19 of his team-high 22 points after halftime but Tulane extended the lead late to hold on for the win. Key Stat • The Green Wave made 12 three-pointers, including seven in the first half. Quotable Interim head coach Murry Bartow on the game: “It’s frustrating. It is a game of shooting percentages and usually the team that shoots better wins. They shot 66 percent…a lot better than we did.” Bartow on Santos’ performance: “Luis gave heart and soul. He has a mean streak in him when he is on the court. He was fantastic.” Notables • Thorpe notched his fifth, 20+ point game of the season. It was also his third game of 20 or more points in the last five games. • Da Silva finished one point shy of matching his career high (18, twice) • Santos tallied his sixth game of 10+ points this season. • On Saturday, USF made three, three-pointers, giving the team 33 this month. The Bulls are participating in the Coaches vs. Cancer Three Point Challenge throughout February. Learn more/donate HERE. Up Next The Bulls play at Tulsa on Thursday night at 8 p.m. (7 p.m. CT).
  6. Maybe the Bulls weren't ready for rematch at Tulane....
  7. I think after 8 years of silencing criticism of the former president, those folks criticizing BHO likely departed, allowing for uncontested criticism today. I don't know. I know my good Bulls friends in there were pretty nasty when I spoke against the former president. I got treated better on another site so went there!!
  8. You shouldn't, but that could be browser dependent.
  9. I was half-listening and I believe that is what they said and commented about Kingston being deliberate and protective with his pitcher.
  10. McClanahan removed after 9 ks; Valdes comes in, gives up a couple of solo shots. Going into a rain delay now...
  11. we have stats now....
  12. That'd be like inviting guests back to the Titanic for a reunion cruise. Just kidding. Yeah, bring 'em back. I faintly remember that team in the pre-Sun Dome era as I was attending school in Pasco County and likely headed to USF.
  13. I got into the spirit myself and renewed...