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Hi Guest,

Just a note to point out our TBP-initiated drive to raise funds for the Bulls Football IPF - doing our share, and more.  Please consider donating at least $23 to the effort, and passing on to others as well.  You can read more about the project at the link above.  


Go Bulls!

Thank you,

Brad Brad



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  1. Honestly, I like both candidates and think either one would be a vast improvement over what we have. But the GCO gives me the warm fuzzies.
  2. Could this force the Big XII to reconsider its expansion plans? There may be a couple of viable non-AAC options out there (eg BYU, Boise, etc) but not many. If the Big XII has been sitting on its laurels because we weren’t going anywhere, well... ? Devil’s in the details, but I could live with making close to $15-20m in the AAC for 5-10 years, so long as there’s a path to the playoffs via an 8-team format (this is the key). Easier to get a bid in that format in the AAC than in the Big XII playing the likes of Texas, Oklahoma, Okie State etc every year... I trust Kelly to make the call.
  3. As a fellow Bulls fan, I get your frustration, but understand that a big percentage of Americans don’t even know far more important, basic things about U.S. or world history, or their own form of government. But they can tell you who got kicked off Dancing with the Stars last week. Instead of getting angry or indignant, educate them. Just explain that USF is a different school in a different town, and how our favorite play on offense is the halfback dive.
  4. The next hire will be critical. Joke’s on us if Strong hires a Gilbert clone to be OC.
  5. Employing this logic, perhaps Jim Harbaugh might want to step up in QOL and remuneration by agreeing to coach a certain nearby (allegedly) professional football club that likes to wear pewter and red jammers... but I digress. Seems like GT would be a good fit for CCS & Co. After all, GT watched our coaching staff beat up on theirs earlier this year, and as noted earlier, they’re eager to move on from the triple-option. Suckers!
  6. USF football is disappointing on so many levels. Even when things go well (e.g. during the back half of Taggart’s tenure), we lose the games that matter. Administratively, we’ve convinced ourselves that the only way to succeed in football is for a million things to be just right. But all C. and many other schools have to do is fart a certain way and they win conference championships and NYD6 bowls. Now it seems pretty obvious to most people that the program is regressing and we will wait until it’s too late to make any significant changes, maybe because our prior AD whiffed on contractual guarantees, maybe because our new AD is too conservative. Maybe both. I attended the first USF game as a student in 1997. I was part of the inaugural HOT band. I still go to games and follow the team even though it would be WAY easier to follow FSU or UF, where I attended for about as long as I did USF. I live in Tallahassee (though I’m not an FSU fan). My USF football allegiance is the quirky novelty at all the parties, I assure you. But it’s getting late in the day and if USF wants to keep people like me interested in tickets and donations they need to figure this **** out and I mean fast. We won’t wait around forever. I probably will because I’m a sucker and I’m unusually committed to the school, but many (most?) of my peers are not as committed.
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