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Wisconsin Tickets For Sale - CHEAP
I have 5 tickets that i bought from BDYZR that I ended up not needing. Selling them on here at cost, $17.50 each, Section 240 Row AA, Seats 3-7. You can buy 1, 2, 3, or 5. I don't want to get stuck with a single ticket if I can avoid it. They are also listed on StubHub as the cheapest listing there, but I would rather them go to a Bulls fan on here, so please respond quickly if you are interested. Bring a friend, bring a co-worker, bring someone! 
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Projected USF Win Totals...6.5...Do you think this is accurate?
Of course it either has to be 6 or 7 wins.

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Offensive Line May Actually Be a Strength this Year
Offensive Line May Actually Be a Strength this Year
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We won by 10 and took a knee on the goal line at the end of the game otherwise we win by 17.    It wasn’t the old EA, it had our current 2019-20 roster
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Jordan Cronkrite is a true gentlemen
This past Saturday was the annual USF Fan Fest which is essentially an opportunity to meet each of the USF Football players...frankly a poor event that consisted of waiting in lines for a few hours to get an autograph from the players. I did see Derrick Brooks and Rodney Adams (I think). Not a great 'family' event like the Spring Game is (IMHO).  On the way into the Sun Dome, my family and I were standing about 50 yards away from a line of players entering. My middle son, Remy, who is three, waived to all of the players as they walked by. At the end of the line was a player who took note of Remy and jogged over, high fived my son and told him is name was Jordan and asked my son for his name. The player was Jordan Cronkrite, who will be in the NFL next year (I think best prospect outside of Wilcox?). A few hours later, after my three-year-old son met nearly 100 other players and had them 'color' on his paper (i.e. sign their autographs), he came across Jordan again and said to him 'I met you outside' and Jordan responded, "I remember Remy. Are you having fun?" This is how you build a lifelong fan base and is a huge testament to Jordan and the USF Football program. I will never forget the day when an overworked student athlete who will likely make millions of dollars regardless of his demeanor at USF decided he was going to take time out his day to make an impact on my little boy.
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CrowdFund:$23 for 23 years of Bulls Football - Build the IPF
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$23 for 23 years of Bulls Football - Build the IPF

Join the $23 for 23 fundraising effort to benefit USF Football and the Indoor Practice Facility.  This crowdfunding effort is open to all members and guests.  Feel free to forward to your Bulls friends and family.  Targeted donation per person is $23 per ticket or more.  Those seeking to make a significant donation and wishing to receive the tax benefit may reach out to Brad in order to provide appropriate info to the USF Athletics program.

This effort grew from E.T.'s post of April 7, 2019:

E.T.'s vision was what if every season ticket holder donated $23 for our 23rd season of USF Football?  This would be significant if we could start on this board and spread this to all season ticket holders.  Perhaps even some non-season ticket holders would contribute and even purchase tickets!  

This effort is approved by USF and Brad will provide full reporting to board member and Athletics staff member John Lewis.



Donation Goal


Expiration Date

3 months and 8 days






USF Football

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The Bulls Pen Official Members Shirts - Personalized
For those that were following the Would you? thread knows there is an effort to have an official site shirt that may help us spot each other at games and events.  A number of members were in favor and another group of members got it off the ground with pricing, images, shirt style, etc.

We're now ready to start ordering, ASAP, so we can get the group order in at a lower price.  We would like to get 30 orders within the ONE WEEK so that we have a chance to get the shorts for the Ga. Tech game.  Here is a link to the site store where you can select Mens/Womens, size SM-XXXL

Please be sure to enter in your username, so real name, if you prefer.

Any questions, please ask here.  Thank you.


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Early Pick for Freshman of the Year
Going for the obvious favorite, Horne!
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Wisconsin @ USF Questions from a Wisconsin Student
Dear bullspen,

I'm a student at Wisconsin in my second year and I'm coming down for the game and first of all, good luck to your team in the game and the season.  I'll be here from August 27-31, what are the best things I should see? (I love rollercoasters, kayaking, hockey, nature trails, new food places, and art/history museums, and getting drunk and having a good time is a plus.)

How is the tailgate scene at USF? (Just asking, cause us Sconnies are heavy drinkers, unless its budweiser --- EW.)

Wheres the best place to go for nightlife? Ybor or tampa? (if it helps, I'm in ΠΚΑ at Sconnie.)

What's the best beach?

Best place to get a cuban sandwich and any florida specific cuisine I should try while I'm here?

Good luck to you and your team and I'll see y'all in a month PS: feel free to stop by where I'm tailgating, gonna have all Wisconsin food and good Miller beer.

PS, thanks for any help oh and to cap this topic off so y'all don't hate me for coming here .... **** UCF
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2019 American Athletic Football Media Guide
Prepare for the 2019 season with this conference publication.
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Way Too Early Season Prediction Contest
The masses have spoken.  For all of you Nostradamus' out there.  We will have a contest.  Brad will decide if there's a prize or not.  You have until the end of the AAC media days (5:00PM EDT, July 16, 2019) to enter.  The rules are as follows:

Win-loss record (regular season only) - 6 points for exact, 5 for 1 win off, 4 for 2 wins off, etc.

Which games will USF win - 1 points for each correct answer

Leading rusher - 2 points

Leading receiver - 2 points

Tie-breaker:  Score of the USF-UCF game

Example (not my prediction) :


SC State, UCF, UConn, ECU, Navy, SMU


St. Felix



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2019 AAC Football Preseason Poll (Overall & Divisional)
TBP 2019 Preseason Football Polls

Polling will only be until Tuesday morning to coincide with the American Summer Kickoff and Media Days even next week.  Please vote and share with friends and fans.


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BULLS Tailgate tent
I didn't do a good job with the picture, but these are at Sam's on 56 in Wesley Chaple. $160
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It's time to go on the record about the state of the program and transfers...
I'm predicting 11-1 regular season with wins over UCF, Wisconsin and Georgia Tech. 

I give the program an A on addressing needs and staff. 

Please give your prediction on W-L's  and how you feel about the following below:

1. State of the Program- I think that CCS needs to be on Defense full time and leave all of the offense and special teams to KB. CCS has the chops for defense and needs to so called get off the bus blitzing. Through the infusion of players from P5 programs, we have depth unseen in these parts. Linebackers were going to be a big problem for us, but through development and transfers, it now has become a plus instead of a minus. I am confident that the offense will put up 35 on Wisconsin. I think since CCS has always had awful special teams, let KB run the entire special teams unit, period! I was probably more concerned about the secondary than I was the lb's, but with Studstill and Barnett eligible I feel we have a real chance to be solid. I liked what I saw out of Evans and hope Sails is eligible. Now, just take a look at the weight that has been added upfront on defense, now we have some players that can wreak havoc on the edges and hold their ground up the middle. Something tells me that our ends will be the best in the conference and we certainly have addressed that through the portal. I mean we can be real special at that position. 

2. Transfers- CCS did exactly what I thought and even added a few more surprises. I like Thaxton, Burnett,Studstill, Slade, Jones, Sails, Macon and Trice. I am hoping to get a surprise on the OL. All of the D transfers are instant impact if eligible. 
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College Football Award Watch Lists Debut Monday, July 15
Which lists will include a Bull?


Click below to learn more

> Bednarik Award

> Biletnikoff Award

> Bronko Nagurski Trophy

> Broyles Award

> Burlsworth Trophy

> Butkus Award

> Davey O'Brien Award

> Disney Spirit Award

> Doak Walker Award

> Eddie Robinson Award

> George Munger Award

> Heisman Trophy

> John Mackey Award

> Lou Groza Award

> Maxwell Award

> Outland Trophy

> Paul Hornung Award

> Paycom Jim Thorpe Award

> Ray Guy Award

> Rimington Trophy

> Stallings Award

> Uplifting Athletes

> Walter Camp Award

> William V. Campbell Trophy

> Wuerffel Trophy
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So, 73 days out, how many at USF v Wisconsin?
What are the thoughts?

Big name team.  Home and Season Opener.  Cold, clean uniforms.  #PlayFastScoreFaster

Will there be enough (we must do our share) of hype and activity to create a groundswell of interest and fans to want to get to RJS that Friday in August?

Are we on the under or over of 50,000?
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Out on a limb against Wisconsin
We are going to win by 13!!


I think we will get out early and be up by 14 at the half.

Kerwin Bell is that impressive and we bulked up and added enough size and talent from the portal to stop a heavy run offense. I think Studstill will be a man on a mission in the Box. The DL is much improved and will have depth. We are good on the ends.


My only concern is lb play and with Macon coming in and Greer, Broyles (sp) Lainge and Mims...hopefully the DL can keep the guards off of them

Secondary: Studstill, Burnett, Lapointe and Hampton...All are capable and can tackle in space. Davis and Evans can provide relief. If Sails is eligible then Hampton will have to elevate his game and tackle better.

I'm curious on Waller, Leacock and Kirby.

If we start Sanders or Roberts in the secondary it will be a very long afternoon.

I still think that 2 or 3 more will show up from portal.

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Tampa, FL - Bulls sophomore Baron Stuart enjoyed another deep outing, pitching seven innings against the Houston Cougars (25-17) Friday night at the USF Baseball Stadium.  He gave up three runs early, but settled down to complete seven IP and spare the USF bulls pen.  In his last outing, Stuart went eight innings, yielding just one run to The Citadel.  Tonight, his line included five hits, two walks and two strikeouts.  Nelson Alvarez closed it out, pitching the final two innings giving up no hits or walks and striking out three.  Alvarez lowered his season ERA to 2.49.  
Stuart surrendered two runs in the second inning when he gave up three consecutive hits to the Coogs.  With one out, Houston's  Rey Fuentes doubled.  Houston's Derrick Cherry followed with a single before Kobe Hyland doubled down the right field line to score both runners.  Thanks to a line out and a fielder's choice, Stuart got out of the inning giving up just two runs.   The Coogs also added a run in the fourth when Cherry smashed a solo home run to left center.

The Bulls put up one run in the 5th inning when Austin Bodrato led off with a single to center.  Tyler Dietrich flied out before freshman Alex Bello doubled to left center, scoring Bodrato.   

The Bulls trailed until a three run sixth put them up a run.  The inning started with a Jordan Santos single.  Joe Genord flied out and Chris Chatfield wallked.  Julio Cortez greeted a Houston pitching substitution with an RBI single to right field.  Bodrato followed with a walk before Tyler Dietrich met a third Houston pitcher.  Then the Coogs' wheels came off.  On Dietrich's fielder's choice, combined with a Houston throwing error, Bodrato and Chatfield crossed the plate.

The Bulls added a final, insurance run, in the eighth when Bello again knocked in Bodrato.  This time with a single to right field.




























South Florida














The Bulls pulled back to .500 at 20-20 in notching their fifth straight win.  USF finished the night with nine hits, while striking out eleven times.

The teams meet again tomorrow at 6:30 p.m. at the USF Baseball stadium.
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Greatest Offensive Breakout?  (Poll)
Select your favorite(s) to have a breakout 2019.

You may select more than one.  If you select other, please state who and why.

I did not add the OL, if you think an O-lineman worthy, please state so.

Any color commentary is invited.
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Baron Stuart Leads Bulls to Win over The Citadel

Tampa, FL - Sophomore Baron Stuart delivered just what the Bulls needed - an with inning, five hit performance in which he gave up just one run.  The Citadel managed a run in the top of the first when they got to Stuart for two hits in their first two at bats.  Leadoff hitter Ryan McCarthy singled and stole second before being singled home by Tyler Corbitt.  The Bulls would get out of the inning with a line drive double play.  
The Bulls didn't respond with a run until Joe Genord third inning single drove home Kyle Phillips who led off the frame with a single to center.

But, in the fifth and eight innings the Bulls would explode for four runs.   Highlights from the four run fourth included a Jake Sullivan solo shot, followed later in the inning by a Chris Chatfield two run double to right center.  Julio Cortez followed Chatfield with a run-scoring single to close the scoring.

In the eight, the Bulls got started with a walk to Alex Bello.  Add a Phillips single and an intentional pass to Genord and the table was set for Chatfield to smack a grand slam for some real nice insurance scoring.

The Bulls finished with 13 hits total.  Stuart was relieved by Brandon Schrepf.  Schrepf struck out to of the three batters he faced, sitting the side down in order.

Reminder:  Due to impending weather, there is no Friday game. Instead a doubleheader will be played Saturday with the first batter at 11 a.m.
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Free Baseball Tickets for Cincinnati Series!
I still have not found the time to fix our giveaway system, so I am offering two tickets to each game this weekend free to first to speak for them.  Simply reply in this thread which day you want.  Be sure your email address is in your profile so they can be transmitted.

This includes tickets for tonight  Please reply if interested.

It's Bulls vs. Bearcats in an American Conference series.


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USF AA deal announced for Temple vs. USF MBB game
Heck of a deal they are offering.

Check your email.

$7 200 level seats

$12 Lower Level

$15 Club seats with buffet included.


I bought a pair of club seats. $30 total no fees.
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Basketball Prediction Contest: Bulls vs. Memphis
Welcome to the 2018-19


 Basketball Prediction Contest

The race for the mildly prestigious Bulliever's Cup is on!

Game 22
(Contest Game 21)


South Florida Bulls vs. Memphis



Saturday, February 2      12:00 p.m. EST

Yuengling Center       Tampa, FL


Congrats to contest Game 20 winner!

The Contest: Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to select winners and leading contributors in each Bulls hoops game this season. Prizes await, as does the respect and admiration of Bulls fans around the globe. The contest is a season-long chase so don't miss a game.


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