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  1. FRIDAY11.24.17FOOTBALL Navy 14 Houston 24 Noon Houston, Texas Final Stats USF 42 UCF 49 3:30 p.m. Orlando, Fla. SATURDAY11.25.17FOOTBALL ECU Memphis Noon Memphis, Tenn. Live Stats Live Audio TV:ESPNU UConn Cincinnati Noon Cincinnati, Ohio Live Stats Live Audio TV:ESPNews Tulane SMU Noon Dallas, Texas Live Stats TV:CBS Sports Network Temple Tulsa 4 p.m. Tulsa, Okla. Live Stats Live Audio TV:ESPNews
  2. GAME DAY! November 24, 2017 3:30 p.m. Raymond James Stadium Tampa, FL 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 chat room for in game discussion, you can find the chat room link in the above title bar, the mobile menu selection or click here. http://www.thebullspen.com/chatbox/ Both the board and the chat room function well on mobile phone, tablet or desktop. GAME DAY vs. Knights USF will close out the regular season with the ninth installment of the War on I-4 in Orlando. In USF’s 250th game in program history (145-104, .582), the teams will be playing for The American East Division crown and a ticket to the American Championship game on Dec. 2. USF has never won a conference division or overall title in the program’s 21 years. WAR ON I-4: The War On I-4 resumes as part of department wide sports series between USF and UCF, schools separated by approximately 100 miles of Florida Interstate 4. The War On I-4 all-sports series was won by UCF last year and is currently tied, 9-9, in 2017-18. The Football teams play for the War On I-4 trophy unveiled in 2016 (pg 3). USF leads the series, 6-2, and has won the last two meetings. This marks the first time two ranked teams will meet in the game and third time USF has entered ranked. It is the second straight season two already bowl eligible teams will meet. The two teams are among just nine nationally with one loss or less on the year. VS RANKED: USF is 11-22 all-time vs. ranked teams and will be facing its first under Charlie Strong. USF is 4-10 on the road vs. FBS ranked teams, last posting a win with a 23-20 victory at No. 16/18 Notre Dame on Sept. 3, 2011. USF has four wins vs. AP top 20 teams on the road, including a 24-19 win at No. 9 West Virginia in 2006. FLOWERS IN ELITE COMPANY: Quinton Flowers is just the 7th FBS player to post 7,000 passing and 3,000 rushing yards on a career. With 63 passing and 39 rushing TD, he is near becoming the 6th FBS player to post at least 60 passing and 40 rushing TD. With 10,780 total yards, he needs just 96 yards to set a new USF total offense record. TV: ABC: Adam Amin (p-by-p), Dusty Dvoracek (analyst) & Molly McGrath (sideline) AUDIO: USF Radio Network (820 AM): Jim Louk, (p-by-p), Mark Robinson, (analyst) and Joey Johnston (sideline) STREAMING AUDIO: www.GoUSFBulls.com / USF Bulls Unlimited on iheartradio.com SIRIUS/XM: PREGAME SHOW (2 HRS PRIOR TO KICK): Jim Lighthall, co-host, Rock Riley, co-host USF/IMG RADIO AFFILIATES: In Tampa, WWBA 820 AM. Also in Brooksville (WXJB 99.9 FM), Ft. Meyers/Port Charlotte (WKII 1070 AM) and Sarasota (WSRQ 1220 AM and 106.9 FM) TheBullsPen.com: Major In Game Twitter Feeds USF on Social Media: Twitter: @USFFOOTBALL, @CoachStrong_USF, #GoBulls; #USF; #BullStrong; #USFFootball Instagram: USFFootball Facebook: USF Football Live Stats USF Game Notes - USF Depth Chart - USF Stats UCF Game Notes - UCF Depth Chart - UCF Stats GoUSFBulls.com Game Day Central Go Bulls!
  3. FRIDAY11.10.17FOOTBALL Temple 35 Cincinnati 24 7 p.m. Cincinnati, Ohio Recap Final Stats SATURDAY11.11.17FOOTBALL UConn UCF Noon Orlando, Fla. Live Stats Live Video Live Audio TV:ESPNU SMU Navy 3:30 p.m. Annapolis, Md. Live Stats Live Video Live Audio TV:CBS Sports Network Tulane ECU 7 p.m. Greenville, N.C. Live Stats Live Video Live Audio TV:CBS Sports Network
  4. FRIDAY11.3.17FOOTBALL Memphis 41 Tulsa 14 8 p.m. Tulsa, Okla. Recap Highlights Final Stats SATURDAY11.4.17FOOTBALL ECU Houston Noon Houston, Texas Live Stats Live Video Live Audio TV:CBS Sports Network USF UConn 3 p.m. East Hartford, Conn. Live Stats Live Video Live Audio TV:ESPNU Cincinnati Tulane 4 p.m. New Orleans, La. Live Stats Live Video Live Audio TV:ESPN3 UCF SMU 7:15 p.m. Dallas, Texas Live Stats Live Video Live Audio TV:ESPN2
  5. FRIDAY10.27.17FOOTBALL Tulane 26 Memphis 56 8 p.m. Memphis, Tenn. Recap Highlights Final Stats Tulsa 34 SMU 38 9 p.m. Dallas, Texas Recap Final Stats SATURDAY10.28.17FOOTBALL Houston USF 3:45 p.m. Tampa, Fla. Live Stats Live Audio TV:ESPNU Austin Peay UCF 5 p.m. Orlando, Fla. TV:ESPN3 Missouri UConn 6:30 p.m. East Hartford, Conn. Live Stats Live Audio TV:CBS Sports Network
  6. UH stresses tempo to kick-start lagging offense By Joseph Duarte, Houston Chronicle October 27, 2017 TAMPA, Fla. - For a majority of last week's game, the University of Houston went with an up-tempo offense to keep the Memphis defense on its heels.Coach Major Applewhite refers to the faster pace as "Call It 'N Haul It." "After the game, I told (offensive coordinator Brian Johnson) that's the rhythm, that's the tempo that I want us to play with," Applewhite said. "I want us to play faster. I want to get formations lined up quicker." Going with an up-tempo offense is nothing new in college football, and the Cougars have run some variation that has produced lots of points and yards through the years. Offense on the mend Link
  7. Head Coach Major Applewhite : On the team's mindset for the USF game: From an offensive perspective, looking at what they do defensively; they're number one in the country in terms of turnover margin, they're number four in the country in takeaways, ninth in the country in run defense, and that's going to grab your attention off the top. Coach (Charlie) Strong has a great history. With BJ (Brian Jean-Mary) running the defense, they do a great job on that side of the football. They recruit great players and they do a great job of coaching their players. As a whole, the team grabs your attention from the get-go, whether it's the defensive or offensive side of the ball. In this league, you need to have that attention every week; everybody can beat you and everybody can play each other. On USF's impressive offense: That speaks a lot to the players. There's been different coaching staffs there and not to take anything away from Coach Strong and his staff or Willie Tagert and his staff, but Quinton Flowers has a lot to do with that. That's the reality of it. When you have a guy that can play that position, can make throws, extend plays, is physical, competitive, has overcome adversity in his personal life and does it on the field all the time, you're going to move the ball and score a lot of points. On how D'Eriq King will be used: He's done everything that we've asked him to do, and he's been productive with it. There's some things that we'd like to slide him back at the quarterback position and allow him to do. There are some things within the course of a drive, whether (Kyle) Postma or (Kyle) Allen stay in the game or whether they get out and allow him some opportunities back there. It's about the players. We just talked about a streak of scoring 30 points or more. It's about getting the ball in the playmaker's hand who can make plays over and over again. Rather than what you do or what the defense is doing, sometimes it's best to get the ball in the playmaker's hands. We have to find ways to get him the ball more. On if he'll play D'Eriq King at quarterback for development: Not so much for developmental reasons in the future, but for the here and now. Once you're into the season, you're into how can we get this first down, get in the red zone and score these points. Putting D'Eriq at quarterback is how can we can be more explosive as an offense, that's the general thought and it's not any more complicated than that. That's the whole wavelength we're working on, getting him the football. We aren't necessarily developing him for down the line, it's that they're doing this with their coverage and we can't throw the ball out there to him, or they're doing this with their front and we can't have the sweep off to him, but we can snap it to him. It's what ways can we get him the football. If they start to do things structure wise, front and coverage to take him out of some of the touches he's getting, then we've got to get him back there, snap the ball and let him have an effect that way. On his message to the team for the USF game: The message to the team going into the Memphis game was that this was an opportunity to lead the conference and this is going to be a heavy weight belt. This is going to be a very accomplished fighter that's going to throw punches and it's going to be 15 rounds. It's not something that will finish early and we get to go home, but we're going to fight for 15 rounds. We're going to have to be disciplined fighters. I even talked to them about the Mayweather and McGregor fight. It's great to have energy, enthusiasm, and talk a lot of trash, but in the end, the disciplined fighter that knew what he was doing all the way down the end and ended up whooping him. That's what we have to do. If you look at the some of the decisions and some of the things that we did as players and coaches alike, what happened down the stretch with 3 minutes left in the game or 4 minutes left in the game put us in that position to lose the game. That's where we went back and said ‘When it came down to it, why were some of these things done? Was it a lack of coaching or lack of discipline in your assignment?' Be very pointed and direct on the issue and confirm that this is why it happened. On where the quarterback position will go now that D'eriq King is healthy: The reality for us as a staff is that he didn't go through spring. He didn't get any quarterback reps and he didn't practice at quarterback. The last time he practiced quarterback was going into the Memphis game, because he got hurt in the weight room before the Las Vegas bowl. So, the last time he practiced was the week of Thanksgiving in 2016. He never practiced quarterback until Aug. 1st, 2017. He went nine or ten months without practicing quarterback and then practiced quarterback for 15 days and hurt his knee. He went on the shelf for 4 weeks after getting a knee surgery, then he comes back and now we're three or four games into the season and he's had about 15 days to practice quarterback. I love him, I want him to compete, I want him to have an opportunity, but we've got to go on and get ready for games. Now that he's back, healthy and in the full swing of things, the conversation is, ‘Yes, there's some things that he can do at quarterback., where we can put him back there to do some things and give us some more explosiveness with our offense. On having a few extra days to prepare for the game vs. South Florida: I think it gave our bodies a little bit of a built-in rest for our players. Also, from a stand point as a coach, sometimes it's hard to finish a game on a Saturday night, have it completely digested and reviewed and ready to move on to Sunday. It gave us a day or two to really look at it and see some issues, things that have popped up, and how we do a better job as a staff to eliminate those issues and never have them happen again. In that way, it's helped our players heal, but it's also given us an extra 24-48 hours to look at the game. On the running back position now that Dillon Birden is injured: Dillon dislocated his elbow, and will be out for some time. I don't know how long, but it won't be a week or two. Mulbah Car is going to be the backup tail back. Duke has to carry the majority of the workload, and then we need true freshman Davion Mitchell, and Patrick Carr, to be able to provide a third and fourth back for us. On Duke Catalon's Status: He's played banged up, and he is an NCAA running back in week eight. That's what it is. Credit to him, he's playing tough, he's putting two mouthpieces in, and playing. We need him to continue to do that. On if Mulbah Car has been the most consistent third back: Yeah, with the football, but it's how you play without the ball at that position. That is what separates the good from the great backs in college football. When you get signed, and bring all your clothes up and report into the dorms as a true freshman running back, we expect you to be able to carry the ball and run the ball. We always understand freshman running backs are going to come out of high school programs getting the ball 20-30 times a game. They're not going to get asked to pass protect, they're not going to get asked to run routes, they're going to be told line up on the left side of the quarterback going right, and line up on the right side of the quarterback going left. You have to learn how to play without the football. It's probably the same thing if you talk to coach Kelvin Sampson, some of the guys he recruits, they're pouring in 35-40 points a game. Now I need you to set a screen and play defense, it's learning how to play without the football. On how personnel decisions will be made now that there is a different outlook on the season: The outlook hasn't changed in terms of competition at every spot, regardless of conference rankings or projections. We're going to play the players that make plays and are practicing the best. Nothing has changed from that standpoint. We're never going to not do that. We're always going to look at each week as its' own week and whoever needs to be playing to win that game is playing. There's going to be competition at spots where maybe that competition has been locked up, but it needs to be opened up. You're going to do the same things that you have always done as a staff. On turnovers: In the three losses some of it has been decision making. I know there was two in the Texas Tech game and there were two in the Tulsa game. There are a lot of things when you look at turnovers, in terms of catching the ball, which can eliminate some turnovers. Making better decisions from the quarterback position can also eliminate turnovers. Better pass protection whether it's the offensive line or running backs, where our quarterback isn't getting hit as he's trying to throw the ball. There's a lot of things other than just the quarterback position that is related to the turnovers. There are turnover circuits, in terms of things we do in practice to work on ball security. There's also things we can do in terms of play calling that pull things in a very simple digestible package for a guy to make good decisions. I think we've done that in the last two or three weeks. We've tried to make it very simple for our quarterback, so that he's not having to make those decisions. The reality of it is that, it is a very pressure filled situation. When you have three timeouts, a minute left and there's plenty of time to go score, sometimes you start putting your mind on the clock and the situation instead of each play and how we're taking care of the football. Eventually we'll find the end zone and sometimes the situation gets big, I've been there and I've played it and been successful. I've also played it and not been successful. The more you're in that situation, the more you can control your emotions and focus on the things that win and lose ball games. That's ball security. On the status of Ellis Jefferson and Matthew Adams: Ellis is still holding. Matt came and did some things yesterday in practice, but he still has a ways to go before he's ready to play. For now Ellis is still on a holding pattern and is questionable and I'd say Matt is probably in the same boat. On the punt play in during the fourth quarter against Memphis: We have a fake that we can call or check out of based on that look. We needed to check out of it and we didn't so the punter wisely did what he was supposed to do. He was given the football and the fake was not called off, which it should've been. His job was to punt the ball deep and go cover. On how that play affected him: It didn't because he did his job, but we should've never been in that call. That's our job. We have fakes and we see if it's not the right look, then we punt the ball. We didn't get out of that. So those are things that I have to go back and look at personally to see the way I'm coaching, in terms of, ‘Is that too hot of a moment to put the players in?, Is it too pressure packed and should we just punt the football?' We have executed it numerous times in practice. I thought it was an opportunity that, if it presented itself, to get one and if it didn't then I felt confident that our team would check out if it and punt it. On the communications during the punt play: The age old deal is don't ever put anything on your players as a coach. I get that, but the impact of the situation is sometimes that gets really heavy for players and I've got to evaluate that this is not a time that I can do that. On adjustments made by the coaching staff: It goes into how we spend time with them on the sideline and on the bench preparing them for those moments, being preemptive. You're playing a guy like Riley Ferguson, that when you go out there 17-0, he makes it 17-7, and now it's a ten point ball game. The defense comes off the field and now it's a two possession game. We go right back down and score to make it 24-7, but then they come back and return a kick to make it 24-14. Getting to your players, getting into their minds and soul and saying, ‘Listen it's a ten point game. This thing is going all the way to eleven o'clock tonight. You might as well get your mind right. We're playing for the next hour and a half. This thing isn't over, one team isn't going to take a knee with three minutes left. This thing is going down to the wire. From a defensive standpoint, it was the run against Tulsa and it was the pass against Memphis where the yards were gained in the second half. We went back and looked at halftime, in terms of adjustments and asked if we put too much on them and are we not making enough adjustments? It's been about execution and doing exactly what you're told to do when you're supposed to do it. On D'Eriq King's status as quarterback: Yes, he meets with both groups. Is he not playing quarterback because he doesn't know what's going on? No, that's not the case. It's missing all the reps, all the snaps, getting all the practice time and trying to catch up with that in the season that makes him limited. It's not like we're practicing six days a week, like we were at fall camp. We're practicing three maybe four times, depending on whether it's a short week or not. There's not a lot of reps to try to get him caught up. There are some reps and he has been taking them.
  8. 2017 Football Standings SCHOOL CONF OVERALL West Memphis 3-1 6-1 SMU 2-1 5-2 Navy 3-2 5-2 Houston 2-2 4-3 Tulane 1-2 3-4 Tulsa 1-3 2-6 East USF 4-0 7-0 UCF 4-0 6-0 UConn 2-3 3-4 Temple 1-3 3-5 ECU 1-3 2-6 Cincinnati 0-4 2-6
  9. THURSDAY10.19.17FOOTBALL Memphis 42 Houston 38 8 p.m. Houston, Texas Recap Final Stats SATURDAY10.21.17FOOTBALL Tulsa UConn Noon East Hartford, Conn. Live Stats Live Video Live Audio TV:ESPNU Temple Army Noon West Point, N.Y. Live Video Live Audio TV:CBS Sports Network UCF Navy 3:30 p.m. Annapolis, Md. Live Stats Live Video Live Audio TV:CBS Sports Network SMU Cincinnati 4 p.m. Cincinnati, Ohio Live Stats Live Video Live Audio TV:ESPNU USF Tulane 7 p.m. New Orleans, La. Live Stats Live Audio TV:ESPN2 Brigham Young ECU 7 p.m. Greenville, N.C. Live Stats Live Video Live Audio TV:CBS Sports Network
  10. SATURDAY10.14.17FOOTBALL UConn Temple Noon Philadelphia, Pa. Live Stats Live Audio TV:ESPNews Navy Memphis 3:45 p.m. Memphis, Tenn. Live Stats Live Audio TV:ESPNU Houston Tulsa 4 p.m. Tulsa, Okla. Live Stats Live Audio TV:ESPNews Tulane Florida International 7 p.m. Miami, Fla. Live Video TV:CUSA TV ECU UCF 7 p.m. Orlando, Fla. Live Stats Live Audio TV:CBS Sports Network Cincinnati USF 7:30 p.m. Tampa, Fla. Live Stats Live Audio TV:ESPNU
  11. FRIDAY10.6.17FOOTBALL Memphis 70 UConn 31 7 p.m. East Hartford, Conn. Recap Highlights Final Stats SATURDAY10.7.17FOOTBALL Tulsa Tulane 11 a.m. New Orleans, La. Live Stats Live Video Live Audio TV:ESPN3 Temple ECU Noon Greenville, N.C. Live Stats Live Video Live Audio TV:ESPNU Air Force Navy 3:30 p.m. Annapolis, Md. Live Stats Live Video Live Audio TV:CBS Sports Network SMU Houston 7 p.m. Houston, Texas Live Stats Live Video Live Audio TV:CBS Sports Network UCF Cincinnati 8 p.m. Cincinnati, Ohio Live Stats Live Video Live Audio TV:ESPNU
  12. SATURDAY9.23.17FOOTBALL Texas Tech 3 Houston 0 Noon Houston, Texas 1st - 4:23 Live Stats Live Video Live Audio Army 0 Tulane 7 Noon New Orleans, La. 2nd - 15:00 Live Stats Live Video Live Audio New Mexico Tulsa 1:30 p.m. Tulsa, Okla. Live Stats Live Audio TV:ESPN3 UCF Maryland 3 p.m. College Park, Md. Live Stats Live Video Live Audio TV:FS1 Radio:SiriusXM 83 Cincinnati Navy 3:30 p.m. Annapolis, Md. Live Stats Live Video Live Audio TV:CBS Sports Network Radio:SiriusXM 134/201/961 Arkansas State SMU 7 p.m. Dallas, Texas Live Stats Live Video Live Audio TV:ESPN3 Southern Illinois Memphis 8 p.m. Memphis, Tenn. Live Stats Live Video Live Audio TV:ESPN3
  13. SImple drag and drop directly on the poll page: http://www.thebullspen.com/aac-power-polls/aac-power-poll/
  14. The poll is up. Scores have been moved below the poll. Limited to TBP members onle. Voting ends tomorrow. Thank you. AAC Week 3 Power Poll
  15. Week One is in the books, we've seen USF play their second game and the rest of the conference, except Houston, also play. Please go to this page to vote. It is restricted to members only. Results will be reported when poll closes Monday night
  16. If anyone can handle any more coach speak, here's our opposing coach:
  17. Took the 0-fer: 09.04.17 PROVIDENCE, R.I. -- The American Athletic Conference has announced the winners of the league’s weekly football honors for Week 1 of the college football season. OFFENSIVE PLAYERS OF THE WEEK McKenzie Milton • So. • QB • UCF • Kapolei, Hawaii Milton threw for a career-high 360 yards with four touchdowns in UCF’s 61-17 win against Florida International. Playing only three quarters, Milton completed 16 of 21 attempts and threw touchdown passes of 22, 50, 10 and 3 yards. Zach Abey • Jr. • QB • Navy • Pasadena, Md. Abey rushed for 235 yards — an American Athletic Conference record for a quarterback — and two touchdowns and threw for 110 yards and a TD in Navy’s 42-19 win at Florida Atlantic. His rushing total was the best of any NCAA FBS player in Week 1, and he became the first player in Navy history to rush for 200 yards and throw for 100 in the same game. DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK Jordan Wyatt • Jr. • DB • SMU • Wylie, Texas Wyatt became the sixth player in NCAA FBS history to score touchdowns on an interception return and a fumble recovery in the same game as he led the Mustangs to a 58-14 win against Stephen F. Austin. Wyatt had an 85-yard interception return for a TD in the first quarter and recovered a fumble in the end zone in the second quarter. He also had five tackles, a forced fumble, a sack and 2.5 tackles for loss. SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE WEEK Tony Pollard • So. • WR • Memphis • Memphis, Tenn. Pollard, the 2016 American Athletic Conference Special Teams Player of the Year, had his third career kickoff return for a touchdown as he took the opening kickoff of the second half 99 yards for a score in a 37-29 win against Louisiana-Monroe. Pollard had 144 yards on two kickoff returns and sits as the national leader with an average of 72.0 yards per return. HONOR ROLL Nate Hopkins • Fr. • RB • UConn • Flower Mound, Texas Rushed for 130 yards and three touchdowns on 20 carries in a 27-20 win against Holy Cross. Perry Young • So. • LB • Cincinnati • Birmingham, Ala. Had 17 tackles (10 solo) with 3.0 tackles for loss and a fumble recovery in a 26-14 win against Austin Peay. Curtis Akins • Jr. • LB • Memphis • Byhalia, Miss. Had nine tackles, two forced fumbles and two pass breakups in a 37-29 win against Louisana-Monroe. Darrell Henderson • So. • RB • Memphis • Batesville, Miss. Rushed for 169 yards and two touchdowns on 12 carries in a 37-29 win against Louisana-Monroe. Jonathan Banks • Jr. • QB • Tulane • Humble, Texas Completed 10 of 15 passes for 185 yards and three touchdowns and had 69 rushing yards and a TD in a 43-14 win against Grambling State.
  18. Is live on the main page of TheBullsPen.com. Think I just saw Jim Lighthall!
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