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USFBulls727

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  1. USFBulls727

    HB QF

    The guy front & center with the shotgun, that must have been his first time going shirtless outdoors. I have a feeling that if you're a minority walking through the woods, you'd probably have good reason to be nervous if you happen to run into these dudes. That guy in the shirt looks familiar.
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    HB QF

    I'm assuming that would be the one with the Biohazard thing on his chest? BTW, can any of them kick a football? Also, just guessing here, but I'm gonna go out on a limb and say that none of those dudes are Democrats.
  3. USFBulls727

    HB QF

    Yep, I think you're right...
  4. Didn't see McCants in there.....
  5. USFBulls727

    HB QF

    What's the guy in the Tar Heels shirt have in his hand?
  6. I think they'll take any attention they can get, and of course they weren't aiming for attention specifically from TBP, but they are getting it regardless. The article about Frost may have gotten this thread started, but many of the comments are talking about the legitimacy of their claim. However you want to look at it, us, and many others outside this blog, are talking about UCF (not just Frost). Most find it silly, but some of the comments on the ESPN page are using UCF's 2017 season as an argument for expanding the playoffs. Either way, this has brought attention to their program, and I don't see how this hurts them in any way.
  7. I was thinking the same thing. A publicity stunt on their part to gain attention, and to get people talking about them...and here we are WAY after the fact doing just that. Chalk this up as another win for them.
  8. USFBulls727

    Bulls greatest plays/blunders

    I would consider this the best as well. Seemed that marked our arrival as a big-time program (at the time, anyway) more than any other single play. The Hester TD was probably second...
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    Bulls greatest plays/blunders

    Maybe not among the best plays, but worth mentioning: Two QF plays in the 2016 Memphis game, both on the final scoring drive. One, where he got off a pass to Adams on 3rd & 8 while in the process of being tackled, and then then last TD run, where he first ran into Mack in the backfield. We were still in the race for a conference title game at that point, and those plays were huge. McCants dragging the UCF defender was another. The blunders that stick out in my mind would be the occasions where Holtz let the clock run down....inside the 5 yards line with Time-outs to spare....and settled for FGs. Mat Floyd continuously fumbling snaps would be another...
  10. USFBulls727

    ESPN: USF 4th best chance to win the AAC

    Probably not, but it would have been nice if that could have been proven on the field.....
  11. USFBulls727

    Today’s FB Scrimmage

    Long way to go, but it sounds like Chris O. definitely had the better day. Also, no mention of Cronkite in this article. Did he even participate?
  12. USFBulls727

    Today’s FB Scrimmage

    Thanks for the video. The first pick hit McCants in the hands, just unable to make the catch. Second one was right between the numbers on Hoggins. Not sure what Kean was looking at there.
  13. USFBulls727

    Today’s FB Scrimmage

    Who threw the picks?
  14. USFBulls727

    ESPN: USF 4th best chance to win the AAC

    I'm hoping for the exact same thing. 'Course, I've seen very little of Kean, and almost nothing of Chris O. Kean has shown flashes of being a good accurate passer in the little I've seen of him. Hopefully neither of them are mistake-prone. Q wasn't the World's greatest passer, but he did do a good job of protecting the ball...
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