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  2. By Brad Meyer | Published 09/15/2020 | USF Football Tampa, FL – New Head Coach Jeff Scott's South Florida Bulls corralled their first victory, a win over The Citadel in the first game of this long anticipated season. The Bulls topped the Bulldogs 27-6 on the strength of a ground game that averaged 7.7 yards per carry. Kelley Joiner Sophomores Kelley Joiner and Johnny Ford shared Offensive Player of the Game honors. Joiner led the Bulls with 87 yards on 8 carries (10.9 average) while Ford carried the ball 9 nines for 71 yards (7.9 average). Freshman Brain Battie ga
  3. By Brad Meyer | Published 08/28/2020 | USF Football The USF Bulls Football Online Auction got underway on August 26 and features more than 50 items of interest to Bulls fans. The silent auction is sponsored by the Fishman Family Foundation and is operated on the QTEGO platform. The platform allows for a quick signup and easy bidding on many different devices. Auction items range widely including from golf greens fees to a fishing trip with USF Head Coach Jeff Scott. In fact, there are auctions to fish, golf or dine with the head coach. If you're looking for an opportunity to get
  4. By Brad Meyer | Published 08/08/2020 | USF Basketball Coming up this November is a date of significant importance, the opening of the Yuengling Center, nee Sun Dome. The Sun Dome was officially opened on November 29, 1980. The first event to be held there was a basketball game against Florida A&M in which the Bulls dropped a heart breaking 65-63 season opener. The grand opening would occur less than one week later when the Bulls hosted the Duke Blue Devils, losing 83-72. The Bulls went 18-11 and amassed 15 straight wins in the Sun Dome following the loss to the Blue Devi
  5. By Brad Meyer | Published 08/07/2020 | USF Football It was just a few months ago when ESPN's Phil Steele came out with his ranking of college football schedules (visit thread here). The South Florida Bulls were named as having the second toughest strength of schedule in college football. In a rebuilding year, that may not sound so exciting. But for fans, playing a strong schedule is so much more entertaining than beating up on undermanned teams. Surely it limits your chances for the "undefeated season" and a claim for a "national championship", but we'll leave that phoniness for o
  6. Maybe Pat White can utilize Johnson this year and bring in Fortin slowly. Also Johnson could look good in the wildcat formation.
  7. By Brad Meyer | Published 07/11/2020 | College Football Tampa, FL – It started with the Big Ten’s announcement that member schools will only play a conference schedule this fall. While football is the major revenue driver, this statement applied to other fall sports including men’s and women’s cross country, field hockey, men’s and women’s soccer, and women’s volleyball. The conference stated this is necessary to protect the health, safety and wellness of student-athletes. With most non-conference games being home games for the Big Ten but necessary operating income for the visit
  8. Nice article. I wonder if all other college Baseball teams are going to suffer similar talent attrition due to these times.
  9. By Brad Meyer | Published 07/05/2020 | USF Football Tampa, FL - With just over two months remaining before the first potential 2020 football game for the South Florida Bulls, there is little doubt the game itself may be at risk. The September 5 game, to be played at Darrell K Royal - Texas Memorial Stadium, would be a difficult debut game for Bulls new head coach Jeff Scott. Add to that the erasure of spring football and the Covid-19 impact to fall practice. The Bulls returned to campus, tested and readied for voluntary athletic activities beginning June 10. By June 17, however,
  10. By Brad Meyer | Published 07/06/2020 | Site Information Gilbert, AZ - Looking to become part of a solution? Bulls fans everywhere are seeking more media coverage on the USF Bulls. TheBullsPen.com is re-entering coverage as part of the community offering. We are looking for a few good pens, or keyboards. Now is a great time to help drive the resurgence of USF Athletics by creating engaging content that, like our community, builds year-round support for the Bulls. If you would like to be a part of the user-driven content experience as a writer, photographer or editor email me toda
  11. By Brad Meyer | Published 10/10/2020 | USF Football Tampa, FL - It is October 10 in the year nobody wanted and that won't end fast enough. The Bulls will compete in their first conference home game this season and the first home game with fans welcomed into a socially distanced Raymond James Stadium. The East Carolina Pirates sail into town after two convincing defeats. After three consecutive postponed contests to open the season, ECU welcomed UCF to Greenville and proceeded to get walloped 51-28. The next week, the Pride of Purple Pirates went to Atlanta to have Georgia Stat
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