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  1. The commits that we have go way back to the last coaching staff. Any guesses as to how close these names will come to who we end up signing this year? I've always used lists in past years to predict who we sign. But this year is so problematic, or so it seems...
  2. Was just perusing the USF espn page and read the insiders take on this kid. This particular part of the article stuck with me. “Two of my boys are at FSU, two at LSU, two at Ohio State and Justin Broiles at OU," Wilson said. "They are all telling me things about their university and it makes it so hard because I am so close to all of them.” At the end of the day when sitting down to make the decision with his family, Wilson is all about finding the place where he feels like he can have the greatest impact. “it’s about where I feel like I can go in and play the best early, and have the best impact in the future.” I think that quote bodes QUITE well for our South Florida Bulls. He visits campus soon. Maybe this week or next. Could we have a real shot at this guy? We haven't had a five-star since, mike ford? GO BULLS!!!
  3. He is a Syracuse verbal. We previously offered him, according to this article. Looks like we are trying to flip him. Keirston Johnson ‏@Keirston__J Jan 16 Coach Williams from USF came to see me tonight 3 replies15 retweets93 likes Reply 3 Retweet 15
  4. After revisiting the post I made in which I was encouraging Harlan to buy-out the September 2, 2017 game versus Stony Brook, I went back and check Miami's 2017 schedule and discovered that they appear to have an OPEN date on September 2. I couldn't find anything online suggesting that Miami has filled this open spot. Their other non-conference games are against Arkansas State, Toledo and Notre Dame, so I would imagine that they will be looking to add an FCS team, but the opportunity is still there for us to swap Stony Brook for a game against The U. Florida already plays Michigan in Texas and FSU is playing bama in Atlanta (early candidate for GOTY), so, if Miami were to play anyone in FBS, we would seem to make the most sense! We would also have a game under our belt and Miami will be breaking in a new QB now that Brad Kaaya is headed for the NFL draft. Harlan has to at least try and make this happen. Offer two return games and lets play this one in Tampa.
  5. Welcome to's 2016 Football Prediction Contest Game 8 South Florida Bulls at Temple Owls October 21, 2016 Congratulations to our Week 7 winner! The Contest: Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to select the winner for the week's USF football game - as well as make some tie-breaking prognostications. Prizes await, as does the respect and admiration of Bulls fans worldwide. First...the rules: 1) You must be a registered member of this message board. 2) You must completely answer the contest questions. 3) Post must be submitted prior to published game start time. 4) There can be no modifications to your post after the published game start time. 5) Your prediction must be part of this original thread. For additional contest rules, please read the small print below. And now, the contest: For the Bulls game against Temple on Friday, October 21, please select the following: 1) The winning team 2) The final score 3) Bulls leading rusher 4) Bulls leading receiver 5) Bulls total offensive yards (closest without going over) Please try to keep in the above format so that it will be easier to manage. Sample response would be: 1) South Florida 2) 64-12 3) Marlon Mack 4) Rodney Adams 5) 450 After posting your entry, please feel free make your case for your picks, or predict other aspects of the game. It will make the thread much more entertaining if everyone gives their reasons for their picks, and make predictions on other aspects like special teams, rushing, or which QB will get the most PT. The winner will be decided with the first and second prediction items. I am looking for the person that comes closest to the actual score, not simply the margin of victory. If more than one person is correct, or equally close, we'll go to item three. Closest wins. If still tied, we go to item four - if still tied, item 5. After that, whoever gives the best reasoning, and pre-game analysis wins.* This week's prize: NCAA South Florida Bulls Curved Beverage Glass, 16-ounce, 2-Pack Holds up to 16 ounces of liquid Decorated with the Bulls' logo Stem less curved shape provides stable foundation and grip comfort Available on Amazon: Good Luck! Game 1 winner: Bausfkid Game 2 winner: TExpress Game 3 winner: Game 4 winner: Game 5 winner: Game 6 winner: *As with previous years' contests, Bulliever is the final judge on all entries. He will select the winner based on secret, pre-established criteria. All decisions are final.
  6. HSSportsFlorida ‏@HSSportsFL 9h 9 hours ago USF HC Charlie Strong visited with Lakeland RB AJ Davis this morning. @LHSDreadnaughts @ajdavis_2 @RecruitPolkFLFB @CountyPolk
  7. Since I have been going through my old USF game videos I decided as I did for the 2010 Western Kentucky video to upload some more to YouTube since there was a serious lack of USF games on there. I'll try to update this post when I add more from time to time. Links below. @ UAB Blazers 2004 VS. #9 Louisville Cardinals 2005 VS. FIU Golden Panthers 2006 - Grothe's first start @ UNC Tar Heels 2006 VS. WKU Hilltoppers 2010
  8. cincy ‏@cincy_sports1 6h6 hours ago prospect OT zenden dellinger decommits from cincinnati. still holds offers from conference foe USF and 5 other school Zenden Dellinger ‏@That_Guy_Zenden 7h7 hours ago
  9. Finally it's coming!!! Finally it has been acknowledged as a real problem.
  10. Found this in the wayback machine...December 2005 screenshot. Look at all the boar members and the people they were bringing to the first Meineke. Pretty fun flash back on that screenshot, including the TheBullsPenalty Box. Double click on the image to open it full size for viewing.
  11. Pro Football Focus 10 EARLY 2017 HEISMAN TROPHY CANDIDATES Excerpt: 10. Quinton Flowers, QB, USF Another quarterback doing most of his damage on the ground, Flowers’ 1,247 yards on designed runs ranked third in the nation and he forced a missed tackle every 3.3 carries to lead all quarterbacks. Like Lamar Jackson and Jalen Hurts, Flowers has work to do in the pass game – and any improvement in that area is bad news for opposing defenses – but he’s a viable enough running threat to post a statistical season similar to Jackson’s 2015. Link
  12. 12 offensive prospects to watch in the 2017 East-West Shrine Game Excerpt: Rodney Adams | WR | USF The Bulls had one of the most explosive, productive offenses in college football this season, and Adams was a big-play artist by air and land. Though his per-catch average was down from his impressive 18.3-yard mark in 2015, Adams caught a career-high 67 passes and added five touchdowns on the ground, averaging 10 yards per carry. He needs to add some bulk to his 6-1 frame, but his speed alone should be enough to get him drafted. Link
  13. THIS WEEK IN USF ATHLETICS January 16, 2017 By TOM ZEBOLD USF Senior Writer TAMPA, JAN. 16, 2017 – Take a look ahead at the week in USF Athletics and catch up on last week’s action: No. 19 Football Last Week: USF landed in the final Associated Press and Amway Coaches Poll Top 25 rankings for the first time in program history, finishing a record-breaking 2016 season at No. 19. Learn more HERE… Quarterback Quinton Flowers was named the 2017 College Football Performance Awards National Performer of the Year… Head coach Charlie Strong announced the additions of Matt Mattox as offensive line coach and run game coordinator, Justin Burke as tight ends and special teams coach, and Corey Bell as defensive backs coach and recruiting coordinator. Need to Know: New season ticket deposits are being accepted now at or by calling 1-800-Go-Bulls… USF Athletics randomly selected four season ticket members with perfect attendance the past two seasons and provided them with a national championship game surprise. Find out more HERE. Follow the Bulls: Stay updated on USF Football on Twitter HERE and on Facebook HERE. No. 23 Women’s Basketball (14-2, 3-1) This Week: Head coach Jose Fernandez goes after his 300th career win when USF hosts Memphis 7 p.m. Tuesday at the Sun Dome… USF finishes the week with a huge home test against No. 9 Louisville on Sunday at 2 p.m. Home game tickets can be purchased at or by calling 1-800-Go-Bulls. Last Week: USF bounced back from a 102-37 loss at top-ranked UConn on Jan. 10 with a 79-48 home win over East Carolina on Jan. 14. Ariadna Pujol, Kitija Laksa and Maria Jespersen each scored at least 20 points in the Bulls’ 13th consecutive home victory. USF is 7-0 at the Sun Dome this season. Need to Know: Fernandez is already the winningest coach in USF history (299-228). With one more victory, he will become the third active coach in the American Athletic Conference to reach 300 career wins. Follow the Bulls: Stay updated on the team by following the Bulls on Twitter @USFWBB. Men’s Basketball (6-10, 0-5) This Week: The War on I-4 Rivalry series with UCF continues 7 p.m. Tuesday in Orlando… USF returns to the Sun Dome to host Tulsa on Saturday at 1 p.m. Last Week: After trailing by 16 midway through the second half, USF pulled within two points late in a 62-56 loss at Memphis on Jan. 14… Geno Thorpe, Ruben Guerrero and Luis Santos scored in double figures in an 82-67 loss to Tulane on Jan. 11. Need to Know: USF spent two hours visiting with patients at James A. Haley Veterans Hospital in Tampa on Jan. 12. Learn more about a special afternoon for the Bulls HERE… Home game tickets can be purchased at or by calling 1-800-Go-Bulls. Follow the Bulls: Stay updated on the team by following the Bulls on Twitter @USFMBB. Men’s Soccer Last Week: Marcus Epps and Lindo Mfeka were selected in the second round of the Major League Soccer SuperDraft on Jan. 13. Epps was picked 25th overall by the Philadelphia Union. Mfeka went 28th overall to the San Jose Earthquakes. Learn more HERE… Round three of the MLS SuperDraft will begin Tuesday at 2 p.m. Need to Know: USF has had 23 players selected in the MLS Draft, and 28 players either drafted or signed since 1996. Follow the Bulls: Stay updated on the Bulls by following the team on Twitter @USFMSoc. No. 25 Men’s Tennis Next Event: ITA Kick-Off Weekend Jan. 28-29 in Gainesville. Last Week: USF swept FGCU in doubles and singles competition on the final day of the FGCU Spring Invite on Jan. 15. Follow the Bulls: Stay updated on the Bulls by following the team on Twitter @USFMTen. Women’s Tennis This Week: USF begins its spring season at Florida Gulf Coast University 2 p.m. Sunday in Fort Myers. Follow the Bulls: Stay up to do on the Bulls by following @USFWTEN on Twitter. Track and Field This Week: USF continues its indoor season at the GVSU Open on Friday in Allendale, Mich. Last Week: Jessica Taylor (5k), Michael Babinec (5k), Joe Fogarasi (pole vault) and Stephanie Lambeth (pole vault) won their events in the season opener at the UAB Invitational on Jan. 13. Check out the recap HERE. Follow the Bulls: Stay updated on the Bulls by following the team on Twitter @USFXCTF. Men’s Golf Last Week: Head coach Steve Bradley announced the addition of Brad Caldwell to his staff as the Bulls’ new assistant coach. Caldwell joins the Bulls for the spring season after playing full-time on PGA Tour Canada in 2016. Prior to his second stint in pro golf, Caldwell served as head men’s and women’s golf coach at North Greenville University, his alma mater. Learn more about Caldwell HERE. Need to Know: USF’s spring season begins Feb. 18 at the Gator Invitational in Gainesville. Follow the Bulls: Stay updated on the Bulls on Twitter @USFMGolf. Baseball Last Week: USF’s War on I-4 rivalry game at UCF on May 20 will be televised nationally on CBS Sports Network. First pitch is set for 1 p.m. in Orlando. Need to Know: USF starts the season with a three-game home series against Iowa on Friday, Feb. 17 at 6:30 p.m. View the season schedule HERE. Season ticket deposits are being accepted now at Follow the Bulls: Stay updated on the Bulls on Twitter @USFBaseball. Softball Need to Know: USF opens the season at home against Illinois State on Thursday, Feb. 9 at 6 p.m. View the entire schedule HERE. Season ticket deposits are being accepted now at Follow the Bulls: Get all the important updates on the team by following the Bulls on Twitter @USFSoftball.
  14. CFB 5 college football curiosities we’ll never get to see Excerpt: San Diego State and USF represents the best Group of Five matchup college football fans will never get to see — not these versions of the Aztecs and Bulls, at any rate. No Group of Five team played a more flawless defensive game than San Diego State did against Greg Ward and Houston. That game felt like a Group of Five Super Bowl, and the Aztecs owned the final three quarters. Going up against that fire-breathing SDSU defense would be USF quarterback Quinton Flowers, who was dazzling and deft in the Birmingham Bowl against South Carolina, whose defense is not terrible. Flowers versus Team Tenochtitlan and acclaimed defensive mastermind Rocky Long? If only we could find a place to have these teams play football. Link
  15. Manatee great Joe Kinnan leaves USF amid coaching transition BY DAVID WILSON After two of the most successful offensive seasons in South Florida history, the Joe Kinnan era is over in Tampa. The former Manatee High School head coach will not be retained by new head coach Charlie Strong, Kinnan told the Herald on Wednesday. Kinnan said he still hasn’t given much thought to his future. The 70-year-old will leave South Florida along with nearly all of the offensive staff, which contributed to a record-setting season in 2016. “We’ll see what happens,” Kinnan said. “I’m not a spring chicken anymore, but we’ve got a president coming in who’s 70, so just because you’re old doesn’t mean you can’t contribute.” Kinnan was hired by the Bulls before the 2015 season by former head coach Willie Taggart, who played for one of Kinnan’s five state championship-winning teams at Manatee. South Florida set the program’s single-season yardage record ... Rest of story Read more here:
  17. Welcome to USF! Jernard Phillips9️⃣ @ManChild_1 Officially a student at the University of South Florida
  18. By TOM ZEBOLD USF Senior Writer TAMPA, JAN. 11, 2017 – In an effort to demonstrate its deep appreciation for supporting Bulls football, USF Athletics randomly selected four season ticket members, who had perfect attendance over the past two seasons, and gave them the surprise of a lifetime. As a reward for years of dedication, USF provided tickets to Monday’s national championship game to the lucky Bulls fans, who each got to bring a guest to watch No. 1 Alabama take on No. 2 Clemson at Raymond James Stadium. Rest of article
  19. Consensus among college football leadership: Games must be shortened I'm with The Pirate, I can't get enough of CFB as is. "If they mess with that, they are idiots," Leach said.
  20. Of 25 drafted, only four played on offensive side of line. YEAR RD PICK NAME POSITION TEAM 2003 7 253 DeAndrew Rubin WR Green Bay Packers 2010 6 177 Carlton Mitchell WR Cleveland Browns 2013 7 237 B.J. Daniels QB San Francisco 49ers 2015 7 222 Austin Reiter C Washington Redskins