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  1. Help me fill this out: It may not be final until Fall, but top things we are looking for: Offense: Quarterback battle to replace the Goat - Kean vs. Oladokun vs. Battle (?) Starting running back, replacing DJ and Tice - ?? #1, go to WR - looking to confirm it is Tyree or someone else to emerge or co-lead? Antoine/Salomon? What about the O-line? Is that an area of concern? Bye Deadrin, see you Sunday. Is this in the proper order? Defense: LB - lack of depth in 2017 Secondary - Abraham, Nichols and Fullwood gone. Maybe not as great a concern with Hoggins and Wilkins returning as seniors and some underclassmen coming up Line - always, but like returners Ends - seems like always lately Special Teams: Punter battle - no idea who replaces the booming leg of Hernandez Kicker - apparently a battle between Salani and Vivonetto Long snapper returns; keeps a healthy diet.
  2. Temple Game 2018

    My girls and I are planning to fly to NYC, take the train to Philly for the game and return to NYC. Searches online seems that a round trip will be an easy adventure. Any insight? Go BULLS !!!
  3. USF new requirements

    For incoming students starting fall 18 will seek an average weighted gpa of 4.2 and SAT to 1400. How will this affect the incoming student athlete? Will it hurt? My take is that it will hurt the process again. Didn’t we do this experiment before and we got the Skip Holtz Error?
  4. All are in. No surprises, good or bad. Signee Roster Player Position Height Weight Hometown Previous School Tyrone Barber DT 6-3 275 Venice, Fla. Venice HS Octavious Battle QB 6-2 200 Atlanta, Ga. Carver HS Eugene Bowman DB 6-0 169 Jacksonville, Fla. Robert E. Lee HS Dwayne Boyles DE 6-3 225 Miami, Fla. Miami Central HS Chris Carter TE 6-4 230 Homestead, Fla. South Dade HS Brad Cecil OL 6-4 275 Jacksonville, Fla. Bartram Trail HS JaJuan Cherry S 5-9 182 Okeechobee, Fla. Okeechobee HS Randal Copeland LB 6-2 220 Havana, Fla. Gadsden County HS Vincent Davis DB 5-11 165 Jacksonville, Fla. Robert E. Lee HS Johnny Ford RB 5-8 175 Miami, Fla. Miami HS Antonio Grier LB 6-1 220 Atlanta, Ga Mays HS Keyon Helton S 6-1 190 Pensacola, Fla. West Florida HS Terrence Horne WR 5-9 165 Miramar, Fla. Miramar HS Donovan Jennings OL 6-5 310 Tampa, Fla. Gaither HS Stacy Kirby DE 6-3 245 Orlando, Fla. Jones HS Trey Laing DE 6-2 220 Tallahassee, Fla. Godby HS Devin Leacock DT 6-3 270 Port Charlotte, Fla. Port Charlotte, HS Jordan McCloud QB 6-0 180 Tampa, Fla. Plant HS Brian Norris RB 6-2 220 Chiefland, Fla. Chiefland HS Zion Roland WR 5-11 184 St. Petersburg, Fla. Admiral Farragut HS Sebastian Sainterling OL 6-2 356 Hollywood, Fla. Chaminade-Madonna HS Trent Schneider P 6-0 190 Sydney, Australia Santa Barbara City College John Waller DT 6-5 310 St. Petersburg, Fla. Admiral Farragut HS Ethan Watson OL 6-5 300 Pensacola, Fla. Catholic HS Armon Williams DT 6-3 285 Snellville, Ga. South Gwinnett HS Rashawn Yates DE 6-3 250 Port St. Lucie, Fla. Treasure Coast HS
  5. Eric Lee is the 11th player in program history to reach the Super Bowl and he'll get to savor the experience while suiting up for New England when the Patriots clash with the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday. Kickoff is set for 6:30 p.m. at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minn., and Super Bowl LII will be televised nationally on NBC. Pick your winner in the thread's poll. Story on
  6. CFN report on Illinois 2018 season... At the very least, the likely make-or-break year of the Lovie Smith era starts out with two layups. If the Illini can’t beat Kent State or Western Illinois, there’s a massive problem. USF makes the trip up to Chicago for an interesting moment to see where Smith’s program is at. It might not be a date with a Power Five team, but it’ll be a desperately-needed, brand-name win – if it can get it.
  7. Bulls Welcome Six Early Enrollees To Campus TAMPA, JAN. 8, 2018 – The USF football team welcomed six members of its 24-man early signing class to campus Monday as the spring semester got underway. The six early enrollees will join head coach Charlie Strong and the Bulls in spring practice, which is expected to begin in early March. USF is coming off the first back-to-back 10-win seasons in program history after finishing 10-2 following its second straight bowl victory, a 38-34 win over Texas Tech in the Birmingham Bowl. The Bulls 2018 signing class is currently ranked No. 1 in the American Athletic Conference and 45th nationally by Rivals, while 247Sports ranks 21of the Bulls' 24 signees as three-star recruits. USF's 24 early signees tied Temple for the most in The American and ranked as the second-most among Power 6 conference teams behind Minnesota, which signed 25 in the early period. The Bulls will return six starters on offense for 2018, including three of their top four receivers and three offensive line starters, led by second team all-conference pick Marcus Norman (Sebastian) at right tackle. On defense, USF will return five starters, including defensive end Greg Reaves (Bradenton), who led the Bulls with 14.0 tackles for loss in 2017, and three starters in the secondary. Three defenders, two offensive players and a punter are joining the Bulls as early enrollees from the 2018 signing class. On defense, USF welcomed defensive ends Dwayne Boyles (Miami, Fla./Miami Central) and Stacy Kirby (Orlando, Fla./Jones HS) and linebacker Antonio Grier (Atlanta, Ga./Mays HS). On the offensive side of the ball, USF welcomed running back Brian Norris (Chiefland, Fla./Chiefland HS) and wide receiver Zion Roland (St. Petersburg, Fla./Admiral Farragut HS). Punter Trent Schneider (Sydney, Australia), the only non-freshman in the 2018 class to date, also joined USF this spring after playing one season at Santa Barbara City College. USF is expected to add additional players to the 2018 signing class when the late signing period begins on Feb. 7. EARLY ENROLLEES Star Rankings POS. HT WT. YR HOMETOWN/HIGH SCHOOL Dwayne Boyles DE 6-3 225 Fr. Miami, Fla./Miami Central HS Antonio Grier LB 6-1 220 Fr. Atlanta, Ga./Mays HS Stacy Kirby DE 6-3 245 Fr. Orlando, Fla./Jones HS Brian Norris RB 6-2 220 Fr. Chiefland, Fla./Chiefland HS Zion Roland WR 5-11 184 Fr. St. Petersburg, Fla./Admiral Farragut HS Trent Schneider P 6-0 190 So. Sydney, Australia/Santa Barbara City College
  8. ICYMI, I just came across this: Ranking 150 Top Players & Best Performances Of The Bowl Season .... 3. QB Quinton Flowers, USF vs. Texas Tech, Birmingham Bowl 17-of-34, 311 yards and four touchdowns, 14 carries for 106 yards and a score 2. RB Rashaad Penny, San Diego State vs. Army, Armed Forces Bowl 14 carries for 221 yards and four scores, two kickoff returns for 62 yards 1. RB Sony Michel, Georgia vs. Oklahoma, Rose Bowl 11 carries for 181 yards, three touchdowns – including the game-winner, four catches for 41 yards and a score Link Also getting mentioned in the story is MVS, McCants and Senat
  9. More: Abraham, Hector & Valdes-Scantling to Play in NFLPA Collegiate Bowl
  10. Early Enrollees

    We are starting to find out.
  11. FLOWERS NAMED THE STATE OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR January 04, 2018 TAMPA, JAN. 4, 2018 – USF quarterback Quinton Flowers (Miami) has added yet another accolade to his prodigious resume as he was named the 2017 State Offensive Player of the Year by the Miami Herald. It marked the second straight year the record-setting Bulls quarterback claimed the honor, which the Herald refers to as the "state Heisman" for the seven Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) college teams in Florida. The award is based on a weekly points system that evaluates productivity. Flowers' outstanding Birmingham Bowl, which earned him MVP honors for the second straight season in a 38-34 victory over Texas Tech, helped propel him past UCF quarterback McKenzie Milton for the top honor. Flowers accounted for 417 total yards and five touchdowns in the USF victory, including the game-winning touchdown pass with 16 seconds remaining. Flowers was one of five USF players to make the Herald's final top 25 ranking, equaling UCF for the most of any team in the state. Joining Flowers in the top 25 were senior wide receiver Marquez Valdes-Scantling (No. 11), senior running back Darius Tice (No. 12), senior running back D'Ernest Johnson (No. 13) and junior wide receiver Tyre McCants (No. 21). Flowers posted a weekly point average of 229.13 to edge Milton at 223.19, both standing far ahead of the remaining field. Rounding out the top five were Miami quarterback Malik Rosier (171.27), FAU running back Devin Singletary (165.79) and FIU quarterback Alex McGough (135.08). Flowers, who owns 42 USF records and finished his career as the program and American Athletic Conference career leader in total offense (11,802), accounted for 36 touchdowns on the season for a USF team that went 10-2, was ranked in the top 25 the entire season, and won its second straight bowl game. He equaled a USF season record, passing for 2,911 yards and broke his own program record, throwing 25 touchdown passes. Flowers posted a 142.10 pass efficiency rating while throwing just six interceptions. He also posted his second straight 1,000-yard rushing season, leading USF with 1,078 rushing yards and 11 touchdowns. Flowers posted his sixth 100-yard rushing game of the season, and fourth straight, in the Birmingham Bowl as he galloped for 106 yards and touchdown. He also logged his fourth 300-yard passing game in his last five games, setting a USF record for most 300-yard games in a season, while throwing for 311 yards and four touchdowns, including a game-winning 26-yard touchdown pass to McCants. Link
  12. Turnover chain

    Miami’s turn over chain was not a fan favorite of mine or this guys
  13. Here is the video of the game. It includes a little bit of stuff pre-game and it also includes the trophy ceremony post-game.
  14. Next level? I had him on my list at the end of last year. But I sport the green and gold goggles. Sure hope he works out well.
  16. GAME DAY! December 23, 2017 12:00 p.m. Legion Field Birmingham, AL This will serve as our official in game thread for in game discussions and commentary. Stand alone topics should still be posted in a new thread. For those preferring the chat room for in game discussion, you can find the chat room link in the above title bar, the mobile menu selection or click here. Both the board and the chat room function well on mobile phone, tablet or desktop. GAME DAY vs. Red Raiders USF will make its third straight bowl appearance and ninth overall (5-3) as the Bulls return to the Birmingham Bowl for the second straight year. USF has won four of its last five bowl games, downing a pair of Power6 opponents (Clemson & South Carolina) in that span. The Bulls will face Texas Tech for the first time and take on a Big 12 team for the first time in a bowl game. The Bulls have faced four Power6 opponents in bowl games, going 2-2. USF is 1-3 all-time vs. Big 12 teams, having downed No. 11 Kansas, 37-34, in Tampa in 2008. BIRMINGHAM: USF will be making its third bowl appearance in Birmingham. The Bulls are 2-0 all-time at Legion Field in bowl games, having downed ECU, 24-7, in the first Birmingham Bowl (then PapaJohns Bowl) in 2006. The Bulls downed South Carolina, 46-39, in overtime in last year’s Birmingham Bowl. USF’s third apperance in the bowl will mark the most of any team. Birmingham (3) and Charlotte (2) are the only locales USF has played more than one bowl game among its nine appearances in 17 years of eligibility. 2016 MVP FLOWERS RETURNS IN ELITE COMPANY: Quinton Flowers earned MVP honors in the 2016 Birmingham Bowl after totaling 336 yards (rushing for 105) and 5 touchdowns in the game, including the game winning 25-yard TD pass in overtime. With 11,385 career total yards, Flowers enters the 2017 game needing just 47 yards to break the American Conference career total offense record. He is just the 7th FBS player to post 7,000 passing and 3,000 rushing yards on a career and just the 6th to post at least 60 passing and 40 rushing TD. TV: ESPN: Tom Hart (p-by-p), Gene Chizik (analyst) & Lauren Sisler (sideline) AUDIO: USF Radio Network (820 AM): Jim Louk, (p-by-p), Mark Robinson, (analyst) and Joey Johnston (sideline) STREAMING AUDIO: / USF Bulls Unlimited on SIRIUS/XM: PREGAME SHOW (2 HRS PRIOR TO KICK): Jim Lighthall, co-host, Rock Riley, co-host USF/IMG RADIO AFFILIATES: In Tampa, WWBA 820 AM. Also in Brooksville (WXJB 99.9 FM), Ft. Meyers/Port Charlotte (WKII 1070 AM) and Sarasota (WSRQ 1220 AM and 106.9 FM) Major In Game Twitter Feeds USF on Social Media: Twitter: @USFFOOTBALL, @CoachStrong_USF, #GoBulls; #USF; #BullStrong; #USFFootball Instagram: USFFootball Facebook: USF Football Live Stats USF Game Notes - USF Depth Chart - USF Stats - USF Roster Texas Tech Game Notes - Texas Tech Depth Chart - Texas Tech Stats - Texas Tech Roster USF Bowl Central - Go Bulls!
  17. View File 2017 USF Bulls Bowl Guide 2017 Birmingham Bowl USF Bulls vs. Texas Tech Red Raiders Submitter Brad Submitted 12/20/2017 Category 2017