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  1. vs. October 19, 2019 3:30 p.m. Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium Annapolis, MD This will serve as our official in game thread for in game discussions and commentary. Stand alone topics should still be posted in a new thread. For those preferring the brand new chat room for in game discussion, you can find the BullsChat! chat room link in the above title bar, the mobile menu selection or click here. Both the board and the chat room function well on mobile phone, tablet or desktop. GAME DAY at Navy Riding a two-game win streak, USF will make its second ever trip to Navy and first under head coach Charlie Strong. Strong became the fastest USF coach to reach 20 wins (20-11) with the Bull’s victory over BYU last Saturday. This will be the Bulls’ first trip to Annapolis since a 29-17 loss in 2015. The USF offense has found its footing, averaging 409 yards and 37.5 points in the last two games on the strength of a running game that has produced 556 yards (278 ypg) and 6 TD in the last two outings. Navy brings the top rushing offense (327.2 ypg) and rushing defense (86.0 ypg) in the conference into Saturday. USF is 49-7 since 2013 when outrushing an opponent. CRONK ROLLING: Senior running back Jordan Cronkrite has hit his stride in the last two games, posting two of the top four rushing performances of his career and a career-high 26 carries vs. BYU, while averaging 23 carries, 153 yards and 6.6 yards per carry in his last two outings, runnning for 148 at UConn and 158 vs. BYU. SOPHOMORE LBs MAKING PLAYS: Sophomore linebackers Dwayne Boyles & Antonio Grier have emerged as major playmakers for the Bulls. Boyles has posted a TFL in five straight games, including a team-high 3.0 at UConn and 2.5 vs. BYU, to lead the team with 8.5 on the year. Fellow sophmore Antonio Grier has 4.5 TFL in the last two games and led USF with two sacks vs. BYU. He is now tied for the team lead with 3.0 sacks on the year. NATIONAL DEFENSIVE LEADERS: The Bulls lead the nation in tackles for loss (10.3), rank No. 4 with 15 turnovers forced, No. 4 in fumbles recovered (9) and No. 18 in sacks (3.17). Sport Source Analytics ranks USF’s defense No. 3 nationally in “Defensive Mayhem”, posting a TFL, sack, INT or fumble on 16.8 percent of plays. SPECIAL TEAMS: Punter Trent Schneider set a USF game record for the second time this season, posting a 52.8 ypp average vs. BYU and now stands 13th nationally in punting (45.7 ypp). Bentlee Sanders averaged 30.9 yards per return and logged 151 return yards vs. BYU and now stands 10th nationally averaging 29.2 yards per kickoff return. SERIES: Tied, 1-1 IN TAMPA: W, 52-45 in 2016 IN ANNAPOLIS: L, 29-17 in 2015 LAST AT NAVY: L, 29-17 in 2015 USF VS. AAC: 28-22 CONF. ROAD GAMES: 28-33, 14-11 in American TV: CBSSN: John Sadak (p-by-p), Randy Cross (analyst) & Sheehan Stanwick Burch (sideline) RADIO: USF Radio Network (1250 AM) AUDIO STREAM: iHeartRadio - Bulls Unlimited USF RADIO NETWORK FLAGSHIP: 95.3 FM/620 AM WDAE (TAMPA) IHEART RADIO (DIGITAL) - BULLS UNLIMITED Jim Louk, play-by-play Sam Barrington, analyst Joey Johnston, sideline PREGAME SHOW (2 HRS PRIOR TO KICK) Jim Lighthall, Jay Recher & Darek Sharp TheBullsPen.com: Major In Game Twitter Feeds Bulls on Social Media Twitter: @USFFOOTBALL, @CoachStrong_USF Instagram: USFFOOTBALL Facebook: facebook.com/SouthFloridaFootball Hashtags: #GoBulls; #HornsUp; #BullStrong Game Day fans gallery: n/a USF official site: GoUSFBulls.com SC State official site: NavySports.com Live Stats South Florida Game Notes - South Florida Depth Chart - South Florida Stats Navy Game Notes - Navy Depth Chart - Navy Stats GAME DAY CENTRAL Go Bulls!
  2. Yes, I remember that turd, Edrington. Went back and forth with him a lot back then. He was one of McMurphy's pals and took a role like Deumig did to sensationalize and exaggerate everything in order to win Brett's battle with Leavitt. They got the win!
  3. Our long time board member @MikeG has been absent from the board for at least a couple weeks. I have recently learned he remains in the hospital for treatment. At risk of sharing info that is not mine to share, I'll leave it at that. Please say a prayer for Mike. Keep him in your thoughts. We need him back here.
  4. Welcome to TheBullsPen.com's 2019 Football Prediction Contest Game 7 South Florida Bulls at Navy October 19, 2019 3:30 PM - CBSSN Navy-Marine Corp Memorial Stadium Annapolis, MD Congratulations to our Game 6 Winner, TBD! The Contest: Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to select the winner for the week's South Florida 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 the Navy Midshipmen, on Saturday, October 19, 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) 80-3 3) Jordan Cronkrite 4) Randall St. Felix 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 who to expect at Quarterback. Important: 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 : USF Bulls Vinyl Covered Long Neck Bottle Opener Team colored opener with team logo Vinyl coated bottle opener Measures 7-Inch in length Made of heavy-duty steel Team colored opener with team logo From Amazon - https://amzn.to/2Vo8umM Please be sure your correct full name and address for shipping is in your account profile. Good Luck! Previous Winners: Game 1 - @George_Bullnard_Shaw Game 2 - @El_Toro_86 Game 3 - @E.T. Game 4 - TBD Game 5 - TBD Game 6 - TBD Game 7 - Game 8 - Game 9 - Game 10 - Game 11 - Game 12 - Prize information: All prizes are in stock at TheBullsPen.com home office in sunny Chandler, Arizona. It gets very hectic at the home office during the season. Hence, your prize may not ship until after the season. *Small Print - 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.
  5. Seemed clear to me, but people were struggling to understand the point - perhaps due to the accepted negative view on last season’s offense.
  6. Optimism beats pessimism 50% of the time. -Unknown
  7. I think he saying that because the run was so successful we wouldn’t have had to change the offense from last year (it would have been successful) and we still would’ve beaten BYU.
  8. And we can reach different conclusions...
  9. USF ATHLETICS GoUSFBulls.com FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE DATE: Oct. 13, 2019 Web Release: http://bit.ly/2MAX1fT USF Volleyball Ends Weekend with Four Set Loss to SMU The Bulls travel to Tulsa and Wichita State next weekend as conference play continues TAMPA, Oct. 13, 2019 – The South Florida volleyball team (7-13; 1-5 American) fought hard but fell to SMU (11-5; 4-2 American) on Sunday in The Corral. SMU won the first set followed by a USF victory in the second. The Mustangs would take the third and fourth sets, however, to win the match, 3-1. SMU took the first set after battling back-and-forth with the Bulls. USF challenged the Mustangs and almost extended the set, but ultimately a late 5-1 run by SMU gave the Mustangs the set win. The second set started as another back-and-forth fight before an 8-1 run gave the Bulls the lead. Senior outside hitter Jac’cara Walker (Gainesville, Fla.) had six kills while sophomore setter Lauren LaBeck (Elk Grove, Ill.) tallied 10 assists during the set victory. The Bulls fell behind early in the third set, trailing 12-3. South Florida seized the momentum afterwards, eventually tying the set at 19-19. The Mustangs pushed back and were able to close out the set, taking the lead, 2-1. The Mustangs charged ahead in the fourth set as well, winning the set, 25-18, and the match, 3-1. LaBeck led USF setters with 41 assists. Lindsey Pliapol (Daytona Beach, Fla.) paced the team with 13 kills, while Walker added 12 of her own. Quotable Head coach Courtney Draper on the match… “SMU is a very good team. We out-blocked them 10-to-4. I was really proud of our blocking effort. I felt like we made entirely too many errors to be able to win. We made 37 errors and you just can’t afford to give an opponent 37 points that they don’t have to earn. I told them I don’t expect them to play perfect, they’re human. They make mistakes, but we can’t make 37 errors.” Notables Redshirt junior Nye Musemuna (Avon, Ind.) posted a career-high .538 hitting percentage. South Florida out-blocked SMU, 10-4. Both freshman Jac St. Cin (St. Petersburg, Fla.) and sophomore Nicole Legg (San Antonio, Texas) posted career-highs in block assists with six.
  10. Can someone photoshop Charlie with these extensions?
  11. He's probably living in Minnesota now...
  12. I'll wait for @brybull1970's odds on that...
  13. Visit the BYU - USF Gallery (comments invited)
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