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  1. https://gousfbulls.com/watch/?Archive=124&sport=4&category=4&type=Archive Skip to 30 minutes in. The game actually starts at that time marker.
  2. This is actually pretty good. Yes, it's Joey Knight, and he knows these bball teams. Okay, the fee is $50K, not $40K for the CBI... http://www.tampabay.com/sports/usf-bulls/2019/03/20/sports-day-tampa-bay-joey-knight-talks-usf-basketball-and-football/
  3. This time of the year their fans look for any excuse to burn an old couch to celebrate.
  4. Sweet! --More USF basketball. Excellent! Stony Brook will be tough. http://www.espn.com/mens-college-basketball/team/schedule/_/id/2619 They beat George Washington and South Carolina at the start of the season.
  5. Okay, things have changed a bit in the last few years. BBall is not making money like it used to... https://ope.ed.gov/athletics/#/institution/search
  6. 1. USF men's bball makes money! --I can't remember the link, but the program brings in the bread. So, the $50K fee is not a problem. 2. The AD basically said in the radio interview that we are going to play a postseason tourney if there's one, even if it's not the NIT. As for the women's program, they would only consider the NIT and nothing less. The men's program needs the momentum, he said. 3. I want postseason bball!
  7. I'll say this about the team: they didn't quit and made a game of it in the end. That's something to be proud of. Too much firepower from those ball-licking huskies tonight. Yeah, you read that right!
  8. Inside, we are going to be strong with Yetna and Durr. Though, they are still so raw. I like Kiir; he's improving. Let's see how he does next season. Rideau is the leader, but when he's not healthy we are back to no leadership. Brown needs a jumper. Seems like all he does is go for the 3-pt shot. And Collins is solid but he goes cold a lot. Sooo... We run at people and get to the line. Lots of bodies. I guess that works most of the time. But when teams shoot the lights out, we are in trouble, like tonight. Fun team. We need more firepower!
  9. It will be a small crowd, not 9K+ @ Uconn. I expect our guys to put a whipping on them dawgs! GO BULLS!
  10. http://www.theamerican.org/sports/2018/12/18/2019MBBChampCentral.aspx First Round - Thursday, March 14 Game 1: No. 8 USF vs. No. 9 UConn (1 p.m. ET/Noon CT - ESPNU) Live Stats | Recap | Box Score | Highlights | Photos | Quotes | Postgame Notes | Postgame Presser | ADN Interview
  11. This team has achieved quite a bit now, when you consider the individual awards. Q: How many players did we have when the program hit bottom? My blurry recollection was something like 3. Look at us now --just two years later. CBG deserves Coach of the Year.
  12. http://www.tampabay.com/sports/usf-bulls/2019/03/13/usfs-alexis-yetna-named-aac-freshman-of-the-year/ Joey "ucf" Knight Wow! Man, what a team!
  13. http://www.tampabay.com/sports/usf-bulls/2019/03/12/usfs-laquincy-rideau-named-aac-defensive-player-of-the-year/ (Joey "ucf" Knight)
  14. That game reminded me of recent bad USF teams. They'd run around and not score and let the other team score on them -for the whole season. That said, it showed me how different things are now under CBG and the new coaching staff. This team doesn't play like that; they were anemic and just weren't themselves. I expect a very good USF team to show up on Thursday.
  15. I'm so pumped --it just means USF hoops is back! I think if we take out SMU and win one in the American Tournament, we are locked.
  16. Great coach. Great staff. Good players with really good attitudes; I think they are better people than they are players. That says a lot. Man, I've not felt this good about USF bball in a longgggggg time! Go Bulls!
  17. I really like what CBG and Co. have done with the program and the style of basketball we are playing. It's not Stan's slow-em-down and put them to sleep strategy, but it works great for us. The talent is upgraded at all positions; we have a deeper bench nowadays; the guys play all-out the entire game; and CBG & Co. have really worked hard at coaching the players. You can tell the players aren't just running around like some of the past teams we've had. Have we seen this kind offensive ball movement in the last ten years? USF Men's hoops is back!
  18. Our BBall history is so sad. And shame on you, Sheriff, for wanting to fight one of our best BBall coaches in the Sun Dome parking lot! Year Conference Games Win Loss Pct. Coach 1971–72 25 8 17 .320 Don Williams 1972–73 25 14 11 .560 Don Williams 1973–74 25 11 14 .440 Don Williams 1974–75 25 15 10 .600 Bill Gibson 1975–76 27 19 8 .704 Chip Conner 1976–77 Sun Belt Conference 27 9 18 .333 Chip Conner 1977–78 Sun Belt Conference 27 13 14 .481 Chip Conner 1978–79 Sun Belt Conference 28 14 14 .500 Chip Conner 1979–80 Sun Belt Conference 27 6 21 .222 Chip Conner 1980–81 Sun Belt Conference 29 18 11 .621 Lee Rose 1981–82 Sun Belt Conference 28 17 11 .607 Lee Rose 1982–83 Sun Belt Conference 32 22 10 .688 Lee Rose 1983–84 Sun Belt Conference 28 17 11 .607 Lee Rose 1984–85 Sun Belt Conference 30 18 12 .600 Lee Rose 1985–86 Sun Belt Conference 28 14 14 .500 Lee Rose 1986–87 Sun Belt Conference 28 8 20 .286 Bobby Paschal 1987–88 Sun Belt Conference 28 6 22 .214 Bobby Paschal 1988–89 Sun Belt Conference 28 7 21 .250 Bobby Paschal 1989–90 Sun Belt Conference 31 20 11 .645 Bobby Paschal 1990–91 Sun Belt Conference 30 19 11 .633 Bobby Paschal 1991–92 Metro Conference 29 19 10 .655 Bobby Paschal 1992–93 Metro Conference 27 8 19 .296 Bobby Paschal 1993–94 Metro Conference 27 10 17 .370 Bobby Paschal 1994–95 Metro Conference 30 18 12 .600 Bobby Paschal 1995–96 Conference USA 28 12 16 .429 Bobby Paschal 1996–97 Conference USA 27 8 19 .296 Seth Greenberg 1997–98 Conference USA 30 17 13 .567 Seth Greenberg 1998–99 Conference USA 28 14 14 .500 Seth Greenberg 1999-00 Conference USA 31 17 14 .548 Seth Greenberg 2000–01 Conference USA 31 18 13 .581 Seth Greenberg 2001–02 Conference USA 32 19 13 .594 Seth Greenberg 2002–03 Conference USA 29 15 14 .517 Seth Greenberg 2003–04 Conference USA 27 7 20 .259 Robert McCullum 2004–05 Conference USA 30 14 16 .467 Robert McCullum 2005–06 Big East 29 7 22 .241 Robert McCullum 2006–07 Big East 30 12 18 .400 Robert McCullum 2007–08 Big East 31 12 19 .387 Stan Heath 2008–09 Big East 31 9 22 .290 Stan Heath 2009–10 Big East 33 20 13 .606 Stan Heath 2010–11 Big East 33 10 23 .303 Stan Heath 2011–12 Big East 36 22 14 .611 Stan Heath 2012–13 Big East 31 12 19 .387 Stan Heath 2013–14 American Athletic Conference 32 12 20 .375 Stan Heath 2014–15 American Athletic Conference 32 9 23 .281 Orlando Antigua 2015–16 American Athletic Conference 31 7 24 .226 Orlando Antigua 2016–17 American Athletic Conference 30 7 23 .233 Orlando Antigua/Murry Bartow(interim) 2017–18 American Athletic Conference 32 10 22 .313 Brian Gregory Total 1373 620 753 .452
  19. I'm thinking NCAA Tourney in 2 years! Gregory is the man. Look that the style that we are playing; it's smart basketball.
  20. I think that's the #1 goal and it's doable. They need to tough it out.
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