O-Bull

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About O-Bull

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  • Birthday 08/29/1971

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  1. What is our best tradition?

    Love the post-game drumline outside the stadium!
  2. No surprise... no mention/highlights on ESPN

    There was nothing in that game to warrant any more exposure on ESPN than what was given. We did nothing significant on a national level. Sure, we were slight road underdogs with a comeback win, and Andre Davis set a USF record, but outside of Nevada and USF fans, that game was a blip on the college sports scene. A show like that mostly focuses on the top 25 teams. You want to see talk about USF, seek out some Tampa area media outlets, or wait until we are ranked. Quit cryin'.
  3. Her name is Lauren Thompson. I have done some television work with her in the Orlando area.
  4. Jim Leavitt Show

    Bright House Sports Network lists the first show on Thursday, 9/3 at 5:30. What's really amusing to me is that the show description says "South Florida University football".
  5. Get the Phil Steele preview. No other magazine has more info than his.
  6. I don't see why the success of a college team has to be measured by how many players they put into the NFL? I agree that it is a selling point to recruits, but c'mon, the Natl. champion gators only had THREE players drafted. I'd much prefer we get around to beating these teams on the field than on draft day.
  7. It seems as if Andre may end up being the odd man out. Broncos address running back woes in free agency By ARNIE STAPLETON, AP Sports Writer Feb 28, 1:20 am EST DENVER (AP)—The Denver Broncos began retooling their team with a couple of free agent running backs Friday. The Broncos signed Correll Buckhalter to a four-year deal and were putting the finishes touches on a four-year contract for J.J. Arrington, said J.R. Rickert, the agent for both players. The Denver Post reported that the Broncos also signed free agent safety Renaldo Hill from Miami and New England receiver Jabar Gaffney. Both are represented by agent Drew Rosenhaus, who didn’t return phone calls or e-mails from The Associated Press. The Broncos also declined to confirm any other signings Friday. The Broncos, under new leadership in coach Josh McDaniels and general manager Brian Xanders, cleared $37 million in cap space heading into free agency. Other players they were talking to include safeties Brian Dawkins, whom they were hoping to lure to Denver after 13 seasons in Philadelphia, and Hill, who played a big part in the Dolphins’ turnaround last year. Buckhalter was hampered by knee injuries early in his career, missing three of four seasons from 2002-05. But he was a solid backup to Brian Westbrook the last three seasons in Philadelphia, and his 369 yards rushing last season were more than any Broncos running back. He ran for two scores and caught two touchdown passes among his 26 receptions for 324 yards. Buckhalter will get a chance to start for the Broncos, who were hit by an injury epidemic in their backfield last season, when they lost an astonishing seven tailbacks to injured reserve, including converted fullback Peyton Hillis (hamstring) and fellow rookie Ryan Torain (knee). If healthy, Hillis and Torain will also compete for the starting job with Buckhalter. “It’s been a dream of his and a goal of his since he entered the league,†Rickert said of Buckhalter’s desire to serve as a featured back. “He’s always been in a split situation or a No. 2 situation. He sees this as an opportunity to win a starting job. He’s not expecting anybody to give it to him. “But he knows he’s capable of being a starting back in the NFL.†Arrington figures he can be a big contributor in the Broncos’ backfield, too. He had 187 yards rushing, 255 yards receiving and 923 yards on kickoff returns for the NFC champion Arizona Cardinals last season. He’s spent all four of his NFL seasons in Arizona, where he averaged a career-best 25.6 yards on kickoff returns last year. “J.J.’s not what most people would consider an every-down back, but he can be effective and explosive when he comes in,†Rickert said. “I don’t think J.J.’s coming in thinking about starting. Of course, everybody wants to play and start. But I think he understands where he can fit in.â€
  8. My dream OC would be......

    sadly, he already makes more money as the QB coach at OU at $136,000 than our OC who pulls in $120,000 according to the numbers I could find out on the interweb.
  9. Entourage Anyone???

    Saget epidsode one of the best ever!
  10. I didn't think it was that bad. Great atmosphere. The worst thing was that freaking annoying bell ring every time they had a third down on D.
  11. SEC's 15 Year Deal with ESPN

    who has the current sec contract? is it cbs? and when does the b.e. contract with espn expire? maybe the b.e. tv contract is on the move too.
  12. NCAA 09 Custom Covers?

    Has anyone found or made any custom covers for the new game with some USF players or Rocky? The only one I have seen so far is for a PS3 cover with a caricature of both Selvie and C. Mitchell.
  13. USF custom game covers??

    has anyone made a good USF custom cover or found a website that has some good ones to download for the new ncaa game? looking for a 360 version if possible.
  14. Orlando watch party?

    You may want to double check on Murray Bros. As of this past Sun., it is closed for re-modeling.
  15. My Take on Rod Smith

    What about Franks? He definately has prior OC experience. Was he even considered before Rod Smith got the job?