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Just a quick note to remind you the USF Bulls Fan Fest is this Saturday, August 11th, from 1-4 p.m. at the on campus Yuengling Center.

This is your opportunity to meet the USF 2018-19 teams!

More information on board and calendar (address and RSVP).

Join the Stampede at the Yuengling Center!

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  1. My favorites in no order would be: Flowers Grothe Dobras (had best game ending performance against Western Ky in 88 or 89 I have ever seen. Wish I had a video) Shahib (great dunks!) Alexander (keep looking for him in the ATL.) I don't get to many basketball games but I used to be a season ticket holder and have fond memories of the late 80's, early 90's teams.
  2. fhemmer209

    Flowers to the Bengals

    I am now a Bengals fan. Wishing Q the best.
  3. A regular season Bulls game would trump any conflicting Lightning game but tomorrow I have to give the nod to the Lightning playoff game. Looking forward to seeing the replay. And hoping the Lightning can extend the playoffs to make the time before the Bulls regular season start less of a gap. Rays won't be helping.
  4. Yep, I ended up basically giving my cancelled game credit back.
  5. I wish I would have read this first. I just spent 15 minutes trying to renew tonight.
  6. fhemmer209

    Quinton Flowers

    It was a spectacular performance and I am so glad I made the trip with my son. Another sports father/son bonding experience.
  7. I first thought it was a tongue in cheek effort but they have really taken it seriously. Anything they do to help bring attention to the P5 BS is OK in my book. It is simply not right that certain Division 1 teams have zero chance at a NC. I think NCAA Football is the only place that can happen.
  8. fhemmer209

    Tom Jones mention of Flowers

    Just saw that Ernest Hooper had this in the Times today too: http://www.tampabay.com/news/Ernest-Hooper-The-Most-Intriguing-People-of-Tampa-Bay-for-2017_164080529 The editors yelled at me Sunday. I missed my deadline on this annual column — again. But every year it’s so difficult to craft a list of Tampa Bay’s 10 most intriguing people. There are those who intrigue every year (see Richard Gonzmart, Julie Weintraub), those who piqued our curiosity but fell just short (Elihu and Carolyn Brayboy) and those who may find their way onto this list in 2018 (Jameis Winston, Jeff Eakins) for the right reasons. Or the wrong reasons. I went up to the last minute crafting this year’s list: a mix of well-known and not-so-well-known personalities who made me marvel in admiration — or anguish. Quinton Flowers The University of South Florida quarterback capped off a remarkable career that not only helped revive the program, but played a key role in boosting the career of former coach Willie Taggart, whose meteoric rise took him from USF to Oregon and now Florida State. The historic run of Flowers, 23, is made all the more remarkable by the fact that he lost his father at age 7 and his mother to cancer while a high school junior. His pursuit of an NFL career will lend intrigue in 2018.
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    Happy New Year...

    Happy New Years to all!
  10. Jones finally gets something right in today's TBT. Nice to see Q get the recognition he deserves. And Tampa Bay’s sports person of the year … USF quarterback Quinton Flowers. The greatest player in the USF history had another spectacular season. He finishes a remarkable career with 37 school records, including total offense for a career and a season, most rushing yards, most passing yards for a season, most touchdown passes for a season and most total touchdowns. More impressive, he was most responsible for leading the Bulls to a 21-4 record over the past seasons, including the only two double-digit-win seasons in school history. He was one of the most thrilling players in college football and will be remembered for a long, long time in these parts.
  11. My goal is to make it back to back years where I attended the #1 game with next year it being a Bulls victory.
  12. Thank you, Brad. I will make a point to see if mine and the Bulls schedule align.
  13. That goes without saying! I use mine on average three times a week.