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  1. hire his father as assistant coach. other schools do it to get a top recruit
  2. Joey Knight @TBTimes_Bulls · Apr 27 Men's hoops tripleheader. My intel says nothing official on this yet, but let's hope it happens. Would mean we're back to a semblance of normalcy. Quote Tweet Jon Rothstein @JonRothstein · Apr 27 Sources: State Farm Arena in Atlanta will host a multi game event on December 12th. Dayton/Mississippi State Alabama/Clemson LSU/South Florida A fourth game could still be added.
  3. If you do not have access to new ACC Network (like me with Frontier), what are the options on how and/or where to watch game live on Saturday?
  4. Jon Rothstein‏Verified account @JonRothstein 6h6 hours ago More 2019 Cayman Islands Classic Bracket, per release: South Florida/Loyola-Chicago Nebraska/Washington State George Mason/Old Dominion Colorado State/New Mexico State
  5. Hopefully we make NIT, but there are 2 other post season tournaments held. The CBI (16 teams) and CIT (20 teams) tournaments. We should be definitely playing more basketball after the AAC tournament.
  6. This site actually shows the tournament dates for Jamaica November 16-18. Also USF will be a host team, meaning they will play Cent Conn, FAMU, Campbell and Austin Peay at the Sun Dome, then down to Jamaica to play the other schools. https://www.bloggingthebracket.com/2017/11/27/16671208/2018-19-college-basketball-early-season-tournaments-events-mte-neutral-site-showcases-thanksgiving
  7. Jeff Goodman‏Verified account @GoodmanESPN FollowFollow @GoodmanESPN More Georgetown headlines the Jamaican Classic (Montego Bay, Jamaica) from Dec. 16-18. Patrick Ewing going back home to Jamaica. Very, very cool. Other teams in field include South Florida, Ohio, Loyola Marymount, Central Connecticut, Campbell, Austin Peay and FAMU, per source.
  8. First you will be amazed the senior QB's ranked above Flowers, but read his bio for 2017 below on participating in Shine game.... Quinton Flowers, QB, South Florida Height: 5-11. Weight: 210. Projected 40 Time: 4.60. Projected Round (2018): 7-FA. 1/22/18: Flowers completed 53 percent of his passes in 2017 for 2,911 yards with 25 touchdowns and six interceptions. He also notched 11 rushing touchdowns. Flowers participated at the East-West Shrine and was unimpressive. Some general managers feel that Flowers should move to defensive back to try to compete in the NFL. Read more: http://walterfootball.com/draft2018QB.php#ixzz557OozlfD Read more at http://walterfootball.com/draft2018QB.php#55h2xbw4GosxZXXF.99
  9. With the past offense using the spread (Gulf Coast), every formation had gaps for running because of the receivers split our wide, sometimes even Mack or D.Johnson, then Flowers or running back had holes to run. Now there is NO holes because its a tight formation, which is bad news for a quarterback like Flowers who needs room to use his talents. I agree with all we are not going to to well if offense philosophy doesn't not change.
  10. Rudd is currently playing for NBA Memphis summer team, else if might be playing. D.Jones was playing for NY Knicks summer team in Orlando, lucky for us that ended last weekend.
  11. The Hoop Report‏ @TheFLRecruiter 18h18 hours ago More 2017 PG KJ Fitzgerald (@KJDaKidd12) of Cardinal Newman HS (FL) earns an offer from The University of South Florida. USF Men's Basketball, JUCOadvocate, #PBCHoops and 3 oth
  12. I think with this team we need to play a straight zone. We actually played zone last night and that is when we took a 9 point lead in 2nd half, when back to man to man and lost the gam. We do not defend when or help on defense. We give up way too many layups because when there is no secondary help with a switch. On offense since we had height advantage we tried to force down low passes to Cousins or Perry who got quickly got triple teamed and they forced a bad shot or lost the ball. Also at end of the game where is the TIME OUT by inbounding player if we have trouble inbounding the ball? Where is a set inbound play since we have trouble when pressed to inbound? Two games I believe we got out coached and outhustled by smaller teams. Should have be 2 wins. We badly need a true point guard that can handle the ball. I know Peters is a freshman, but no doubt if we had Collins controlling the game and ball, especially at the end of last night game we win probably both games.
  13. Antonie Mason, son of Anthony Mason (NY Knicks), is a NYC kid, so I am sure our coaching staff know of him. It would be a nice one year find, since Canty and Peters are not eligible next season. But we would need to find a scholarship.... One of the top scorers in the country is set to join a new team for the upcoming season. Niagara guard Antoine Mason is transferring, the school announced Wednesday. Mason, a rising senior, graduated earlier this month and will play out his final year of eligibility with a different program. “I know Antoine enjoyed playing here, and I’m sure this was a difficult decision for him and his family,†coach Chris Casey said in a statement. “Antoine played a big role in our basketball program for the past four years and we are proud that he earned his bachelor’s degree from Niagara University. Now it is time for us to move forward with the players who are committed to continuing the tremendous legacy of the Niagara University Purple Eagles.†In 33 games last season, Mason, the son of former NBA forward Anthony Mason, shot 44 percent and averaged 25.6 points, trailing only Creighton’s Doug McDermott (26.7). The 6-foot-3 guard also ranked among the nation’s leaders in minutes percentage (94.1) and fouls drawn per 40 minutes (8.0), according to Kenpom.com. Given his track record as a scorer, Mason should be a coveted asset on the transfer market. He will be eligible to play immediately.
  14. Reports: Marshall transfer Kareem Canty commits to South Florida Terrence Payne May 11, 2014, 1:48 PM EDT Leave a comment AP First-year head coach Orlando Antigua scored a major transfer on Sunday in former Marshall point guard Kareem Canty, who committed to South Florida after a series of visits to high-major programs. Evan Daniels of Scout.com was the first to report the transfer. Canty averaged 16.3 points and 5.5 assists per game for the Thundering Herd this past season, and received his release from Marshall on April 11. In less than 10 days, he had been linked to Auburn and new head coach Bruce Pearl. Although, Canty wanted to visit South Florida and Penn State (he had also scheduled a trip to UNLV for May 12-14) before making a final choice. South Florida, a team that lost six players since the end of the season, has added three members to it’s incoming class since the start of this month. On May 3, the Bulls received commitments from Nehemias Morillo and Ruben Guerrero. Landing Canty secures the point guard position for Antigua. Freshman Josh Heath transferred shortly after his father, Stan, was relieved of his head coaching duties. Also, Anthony Collins has only one year of eligibility remaining, leaving the program in the hands of Canty for the start of 2015-2016 season. Canty was the best available transfer.
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