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Hi Guest,

In our efforts to raise funds for USF Football, the site is giving away a football season full of ad-free surfing at The Bulls Pen.

Would you consider buying a ticket or two to the raffle that will award this to you or a fellow member of the board?

Each ticket purchase goes directly to our effort to raise $10K in "fan money" for the program.  Below is the link:

The Bulls Pen Ad-free Raffle in support of USF Football

Thank you,

Brad Brad



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About SPartan74uk

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  • Birthday 05/22/1973

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    Cliffe Woods, Rochester, kent, England
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    American Football (USF and Chicago bears) played for Redbridge Fire and Essex Spartans, football (Dagenham and Redbridge), Cinema

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  1. So glad to hear everyone is OK. We've been watching in the UK fearing the worst after Haiti.
  2. UK visitor question....I have just seen an image on the net for approved bags for USF games in 2013 at the RJS. Do these rules still apply? Would I be turned away if I turned up with a backpack? TIA
  3. As an outsider could someone please explain why there are so many references to Publix in topics? Is it the same reputation as Walmart? Sorry for asking the banal
  4. As an outsider could someone please explain why there are so many references to Publix in topics? Is it the same reputation as Walmart? Sorry for asking the banal
  5. Surely it's all about recruiting our rounders players.
  6. I saw buffalo bills at miami dolphins (nfl), dragged my wife there in 1999. Dublin was a pre season for Chicago bears . If i can see the great game i will. But i have been a Chicago bears fan since 1986 (oh the glory year) i only got into NCAA last year and USF were the first team i saw. It depends on the level you watch, I'm a season ticket holder with a small team called Dagenham and Redbridge, we have 1800 fans to a game and we all drink and chat with the opposition. Rugby is the same, you can sit next to a guy giving him and his team sh!t the whole game and when it's finished shake hands and wish them well. When i went to buffalo at miami i loved that we were all mixed in.
  7. I'll definitely take you up on that offer, thank you. I went to the Ray Jay in 2013 to take my dad on a stadium tour, I parked in the car park and then went to the Cuban restaurant/café near by. That was the extent of my explorations. Got to love a Publix. More of a Walmart man myself ;-)
  8. Started defensive end for 2 seasons then became right tackle
  9. I have loved (American) football since 1985 when it was first broadcast here in the UK, in 1996 i started playing and in 1997 was lucky enough to be in the british championship final and won. I can't get enough of the game. I went to every London Monarchs game in NFL Europe. I have been to Miami, Dublin and have seen all the nfl games in London. Last year BT Sport in the UK picked up NCAA coverage and the first game i caught was a little game against UCF on thanksgiving. I loved the passion of the players, you could see these guys loved the game and wanted to carve out a career for themselves. I knew i was coming to Florida this year and my wife surprised me with a ticket to a game of my choice. I've seen salute to service games in London and can't think of a better one to go to than Navy.
  10. Usf all the way since i first watched them on espn over here.
  11. Will i be able to buy merchandise on the day?
  12. Really excited going for navy at usf, salute to service day. Jersey ordered and on its way.
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