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  1. 2016 AMERICAN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE BOWL SCHEDULEAutoNation Cure Bowl - Dec. 17Camping World Stadium - Orlando, Fla.UCF (6-6) vs. Arkansas State (7-5), 5:30 p.m. Television: CBS Sports Network Series: UCF leads, 1-0 Last Meeting: Oct. 5, 1991 – UCF, 31-20 Las Vegas Bowl - Dec. 17Sam Boyd Stadium – Las Vegas, Nev.Houston (9-3) vs. San Diego State (10-3), 3:30 p.m. Television: ABC Series: Houston leads, 2-0 Last Meeting: Oct. 6, 1973 – Houston, 14-9 Miami Beach Bowl - Dec. 19Marlins Park – Miami, Fla.Tulsa (9-3) vs. Central Michigan (6-6), 2:30 p.m. Television: ESPN Series: Tied, 1-1 Last Meeting: Oct. 17, 1987 – Central Michigan, 41-18 Boca Raton Bowl - Dec. 20FAU Stadium – Boca Raton, Fla.Memphis (8-4) vs. Western Kentucky (10-3), 7 p.m. Television: ESPN Series: First meeting Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl – Dec. 23Amon G. Carter Stadium – Fort Worth, TexasNavy (9-3) vs. Louisiana Tech, 4:30 p.m. Television: ESPN Series: Navy leads, 2-0 Last Meeting: Sept. 18, 2010 – Navy, 37-23 Military Bowl presented by Northrop Grumman – Dec. 27Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium – Annapolis, Md.Temple (10-3) vs. Wake Forest (6-6) , 3:30 p.m. Television: ESPN Series: Temple leads, 1-0 Last Meeting: Nov. 1, 1930 - Temple, 36-0 Birmingham Bowl – Dec. 29Legion Field – Birmingham, Ala.USF (10-2) vs. South Carolina, 2 p.m. Television: ESPN Series: South Carolina leads, 1-0 Last Meeting: Sept. 18, 2004 – South Carolina, 34-3
  2. Quinton Flowers is AAC Offensive Player of the Year for 2016. Congrats Q! Absolute joy watching you this year, this is so well deserved. Navy coach Ken Niumatalolo was Coach of the Year. Here's the video:
  3. FRIDAY11.18.16FOOTBALL Memphis 34 Cincinnati 7 8 p.m. Cincinnati, Ohio Recap SATURDAY11.19.16FOOTBALL UConn Boston College 1 p.m. Chestnut Hill, Mass. Live Stats Live Video TV:ACC Network Extra Temple Tulane 3:30 p.m. New Orleans, La. Live Stats Live Video TV:American Sports Network Navy East Carolina 4 p.m. Greenville, N.C. Live Stats Live Video TV:ESPNews USF SMU 7 p.m. Dallas, Texas Live Stats TV:CBS Sports Network Tulsa UCF 8 p.m. Orlando, Fla. Live Stats Live Video TV:ESPNews
  4. Saturday 11.12.16 Football Cincinnati UCF Noon Orlando, Fla. Live Stats Live Video TV:ESPNU SMU East Carolina Noon Greenville, N.C. Live Stats Live Video TV:ESPNews Tulsa 7 Navy 7 Noon Annapolis, Md. 1st 13:25 Live Stats Tulane Houston 3:30 p.m. Houston, Texas Live Stats TV:CBS Sports Network
  5. Friday 11.4.16 Football Temple UConn 7 p.m. East Hartford, Conn. Live Stats TV:ESPN2 Saturday 11.5.16 Football Notre Dame Navy 11:30 a.m. Jacksonville, Fla. Live Stats TV:CBS Brigham Young Cincinnati 3:30 p.m. Cincinnati, Ohio Live Stats TV:CBS Sports Network Memphis SMU 4 p.m. Dallas, Texas Live Stats TV:ESPNews Tulane UCF 5 p.m. Orlando, Fla. Live Stats TV:ESPN3 East Carolina Tulsa 8 p.m. Tulsa, Okla. TV:ESPNews
  6. I don't care to get into a debate on why fans are apathetic in a general sense, but why on earth are actual attendance numbers down from the Towson and NIU games? Are fans butt hurt that we lost to FSU?
  7. Kansas Memphis Noon Memphis, Tenn. Live Stats Live Video TV:ESPNU Temple Penn State 12:00 p.m. University Park, Pa. Live Stats TV:Big Ten Network Virginia UConn 1:30 p.m. East Hartford, Conn. Live Stats Live Video TV:SNY/ESPN3 North Carolina A&T Tulsa 2 p.m. Tulsa, Okla. Live Stats Live Video TV:ESPN3 USF Syracuse 3:30 p.m. Syracuse, N.Y. Live Stats Live Video TV:ESPN3 East Carolina South Carolina 4 p.m. Columbia, S.C. Live Stats Live Video TV:SEC Network Maryland UCF 7:00 PM ET Orlando, Fla. Live Stats TV:CBS Sports Network Navy Tulane 7 p.m. New Orleans, La. Live Stats Live Video TV:American Sports Network/ESPN3 Liberty SMU 7 p.m. Dallas, Texas Live Stats Live Video TV:ESPN3
  8. Thread for discussion Saturday9.3.16Football Oklahoma Houston Noon Houston, Texas Live Stats Live Video TV:ABC Radio:Sirius 84; XM 84 Fordham Navy Noon Annapolis, Md. Live Stats TV:CBSSN Radio:Sirius 134; XM 201 Western Carolina East Carolina 6 p.m. Greenville, N.C. Live Stats Live Video TV:ESPN3 Towson USF 7 p.m. Tampa, Fla. Live Video TV:ASN/ESPN3 Radio:Sirius 157; XM 157 Southeast Missouri State Memphis 7 p.m. Memphis, Tenn. Live Video TV:ESPN3 South Carolina State UCF 7 p.m. Orlando, Fla. Live Stats Live Video TV:ESPN3 Radio:Sirius 134; XM 201 SMU North Texas 7 p.m. Denton, Texas Live Stats TV:American Sports Network San Jose State Tulsa 7 p.m. Tulsa, Okla. TV:CBS Sports Network Saturday9.10.16 Oklahoma 7, Houston 0
  9. AAC 2016 Football Media Guide View File The official American Athletic Conference 2016 Football Media Guide Submitter Brad Submitted 08/02/2016 Category Media Guides and Materials  
  10. 2016 media guide available for download at our download page Browse/Downloads or directly: http://www.thebullspen.com/files/
  11. College football 2016: American Athletic Conference preview Paul Myerberg, USA TODAY Sports 8:57 a.m. EDT August 1, 2016 First in an 11-part series The American Athletic Conference has designs on turning the Power Five into a Power Six, trading in its current existence outside the automatic-bid structure for a seat among the established major conferences. It’s a grand plan, though perhaps a fruitless one. For all its recent gains — and the AAC as a whole is fresh off an outstanding season — there is a clear delineation between the Group of Five and the Power Five. It’s seen most clearly in numbers: Non-power leagues, such as the AAC, simply don’t tout the same depth. But then there’s Houston. In the Cougars, which claimed the conference title and won the Peach Bowl last season, the AAC has a tent-pole program upon which to build its national bona fides. For now, at least. The Big 12 Conference’s recent announcement that it would pursue expansion throws a wrench into the American’s plan for a step up the ladder, seeing as Houston stands as the league’s most likely addition. Well, so be it. For now, the Cougars carry the flag for the American — and will continue to do so until, or if, the Big 12 opens its doors. And when it comes to 2016, Houston gives the conference a clear national contender. Projected order of finish Rank among the FBS' 128 teams in parentheses EAST 1. South Florida (No. 35) 2. Temple (No. 41) 3. Cincinnati (No. 59) 4. Connecticut (No. 75) 5. East Carolina (No. 96) 6. Central Florida (No. 110) WEST 1. Houston (No. 16) 2. Memphis (No. 38) 3. Navy (No. 43) 4. Tulsa (No. 66) 5. SMU (No. 112) 6. Tulane (No. 115) ... Best units Quarterback: Houston. Greg Ward has proven himself to be not just a top-flight college starter — a question heading into last season — but nearly a perfect fit for Tom Herman’s offense. Running back: South Florida. The Bulls have the league’s top back in Marlon Mack and plenty of depth in reserve. The running game also lands a significant boost from dual-threat junior quarterback Quinton Flowers, who added nearly 1,000 yards on the ground last season. Wide receiver and tight end: East Carolina. First-year coach Scottie Montgomery will have plenty of depth and talent to work with at receiver, led by Isaiah Jones, the top returner at the position in the American. Offensive line: Houston and South Florida (tie). USF’s front will Rest of report
  12. No Fear of Change, American Athletic Conference's Mike Aresco Eyes A Different Realignment Jerry Barca Contributor Mike Aresco knows the terrain, the shifting landscape of major college athletics. The commissioner is well aware that the American Athletic Conference he leads is a prime target for poaching. Mike Aresco (Courtesy American Athletic Conference) He has admitted the AAC is likely to lose members. If, or when, that happens, he has a shortlist of schools he’s ready to add, nothing he would name publicly. Nothing he plans to talk about at the AAC football media days, which begin today. No matter what happens in the coming weeks, Aresco remains committed to the long-term plan for the AAC. He’s led the conference through a tumultuous period before and he plans to do it again. “Difficulty is the excuse that history never accepts.” That’s the Edward R. Murrow quote Aresco often thinks about. In the end, Aresco knows nobody will care about the challenges. They’ll only know whether.... Rest of story
  13. GEORGE SCHROEDER The AAC kicks off football season with speculation boiling over NEWPORT, R.I. — The clambake is an annual tradition, going back to before the American Athletic Conference was a thing. It’s a very cool way to kick off the league’s media days, football coaches and players, athletic directors and league officials and yeah, even media mingling over a feast against the spectacular backdrop of Narragansett Bay. This year, you might have heard, uncertainty looms over the future of the league. The Big 12 is expanding, and at this point, it might be shorter to list the American schools that are not candidates, real or perceived. Given all of that, commissioner Mike Aresco knows just what Monday’s event needs: More lobsters. He laughs, saying he’s ordered 100 extra, and explaining: “If people are eating lobsters the whole time, maybe there won’t be time for questions.” ... rest of story
  14. Points are given for all regular season athletics offered within the American Conf. If you don't play the sport or you don’t play in the American, you get 0 points, so everyone who plays gets at least 1. If you win you get the number of points equivalent to the number of teams. Hence in women’s basketball there are 11 teams, so as conference champs, UConn gets 11 pts, as runner-up USF gets 10 and so on. If there is a tie the average place of the tied teams is used. So if two teams tied for first in a twelve team sport they would both get 11.5 points. Additional points are granted for post-season conference tournaments (Soccer, Basketball, Softball, Baseball) Each win/bye in a conference tourney gets you an extra point. No points are awarded for NCAA tournaments. Why? Because this is the American Cup not the ‘let’s compare ourselves to the rest of the exclusionary NCAA’ cup. Current standings are as follows All Fall & Winter Sports included: UConn 94.5 Tulsa 77.5 Cincinnati 70.5 Temple 70 USF 66 Memphis 57 SMU* 55.5 Houston 49 E Carolina 48 UCF 40 Tulane 34 Navy10 USF Breakdown: Football – 4th in standings – 9 pts Men’s Soccer – 2nd in standings & AAC Tourn. App & Win – 9 pts Women’s Soccer – 2nd in standings & AAC Tourn. App & 2 Wins – 12 pts Volleyball – 9th in standings – 3 pts MXCountry – 8th place in Championship – 2 pts WXCountry – 5th place in Championship – 7 pts Men’s Basketball - 9th in standings & AAC Tourn. App & Win – 4 pts Women’s Basketball - 2nd in standings & AAC Tourn. App/Bye & 2 Wins – 14 pts Men’s Indoor T&F – 3rd place in Championship – 5 pts Women’s Indoor T&F – 10th place in Championship – 1 pt SMU Men’s basketball was not given any points for their season as the team was banned from the AAC tournament. No position in the tournament = no standing = no points.
  15. USF ATHLETICS GoUSFBulls.com FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Web Link: http://www.gousfbulls.com/ViewArticle.dbml?DB_OEM_ID=7700&ATCLID=210783197 McMurray Named to Conference All-Rookie Team The freshman guard averaged 15.3 points per game. TAMPA MARCH 8, 2016 – Freshman guard Jahmal McMurray was a unanimous selection to the American Athletic Conference All-Rookie Team on Tuesday. The Topeka, Kan., native finished the regular season ranked sixth in the conference with 15.3 points per game, second among freshmen only to Memphis forward Dedric Lawson (15.4). McMurray ranked second in conference games with 17.2 points per game. McMurray, who earned rookie of the week honors twice this season, became the third USF player to win the award, joining John Egbunu and teammate Chris Perry in 2013. Throughout the season, McMurray has been the Bulls’ most consistent performer, scoring in double-figures in all but three games this season and making at least one 3-pointer in 26 consecutive games. McMurray has had one of the best freshman seasons in school history, ranking second in scoring (475), second in 3-pointers (68), second in minutes per game (35.1) and fourth in scoring average (15.3). McMurray was joined on the all-rookie team by Lawson (unanimous pick), SMU’s Shake Milton (unanimous pick), East Carolina’s Kentrell Barkley and Houston’s Galen Robinson Jr. McMurray and the Bulls open the American Athletic Conference Championship on Thursday with a 3:30 p.m. game with East Carolina at the Amway Center in Orlando. All-Conference First Team Troy Caupain, G, Cincinnati Shaq Goodwin, F, Memphis *Nic Moore, G, SMU *Quenton DeCosey, G, Temple James Woodard, G, Tulsa All-Conference Second Team Daniel Hamilton, G/F, UConn Gary Clark, F, Cincinnati Devonta Pollard, F, Houston Dedric Lawson, F, Memphis Shaquille Harrison, G, Tulsa Honorable Mention All-Conference Shonn Miller, F, UConn Damyean Dotson, G, Houston All-Rookie Team Kentrell Barkley, G/F, East Carolina *Dedric Lawson, F, Memphis Galen Robinson, Jr., G, Houston *Jahmal McMurray, G, USF *Shake Milton, G, SMU
  16. I am starting one. I don't care if you don't care so don't go on about how you don't care. I am bored at work today so this is what I did. Points are given for all regular season athletics offered within the American Conf. If you don't play the sport or you dont play in the American, you get 0 points, so everyone who plays gets at least 1. If you win you get the number of points equivalent to the number of teams. Hence in womens basketball there are 11 teams, so as conf champs, UConn gets 11 pts, as runner-up USF gets 10 and so on. If there is a tie the average place of the tied teams is used. so if two teams tied for first in a twelve team sport they would both get 11.5 points. Additional points are granted for post-season conference tournaments (Soccer, Basketball, Softball, Baseball) Each appearance and each win in a conf tourney gets you an extra point. No points are awarded for NCAA tournaments. Why? Because this is the American Cup, not the lets compare ourselves to the rest of the exclusionary NCAA world cup. Current standings are as follows All Fall Sports included: UConn 51.5 Tulsa 47.5 USF 42 Temple 39 Cincinnati 35.5 SMU 35.5 Memphis 29 UCF 25 E Carolina 21.5 Tulane 12 Navy10 USF Breakdown Football - 9 (4th in standings) Mens Soccer - 9 (2nd in standings & AAC Tourn. App & Win) Womens Soccer - 12 (2nd in standings & AAC Tourn. App & 2 Wins) Volleyball - 3 (9th in standings) MXCountry - 2 (8th place in Championship) WXCountry - 7 (5th place in Championship)
  17. RUSHING Cl G Att. Yards Avg. TD Long Avg/G 1. MACK, Marlon-USF SO 10 175 1171 6.7 8 59 117.1 2. REYNOLDS, Keenan-NAVY SR 10 201 1009 5.0 18 67 100.9 3. THOMAS,Jahad-TEM JR 11 229 1069 4.7 15 56 97.2 4. FARROW, Kenneth-HOU SR 11 182 949 5.2 12 44 86.3 5. SWAIN, Chris-NAVY SR 10 163 820 5.0 8 52 82.0 6. LANGER, Zack-TLS SR 9 185 700 3.8 16 46 77.8 7. BREWER, D'Angelo-TLS SO 9 133 688 5.2 4 23 76.4 8. WARD Jr., Greg-HOU JR 11 147 810 5.5 16 44 73.6 9. BOONE, Mike-CIN SO 9 80 661 8.3 7 74 73.4 10. FLOWERS, Quinto-USF SO 11 157 796 5.1 8 67 72.4
  18. PUNT RETURN AVGClGNo.YardsTDLongAvg.1.FULLWODD, Tajee-USFSO111417904612.82.AYERS, Demarcus-HOUJR112224917311.33.JOHNSON, Quay-ECUSO11191710469.04.PROCTOR, R-MEMSO11191401637.4 KICK RETURN AVGClGNo.YardsTDLongAvg.1.ADAMS, Rodney-USFJR111545819730.52.WILSON, Brandon-HOUJR1119555210029.23.JOHNSON, D'Erne-USFSO111646605429.14.ROMINE, Dishan-NAVYJR101542409028.35.PAYTON, Tristan-UCFFR92461003525.46.WEST, Braeden-SMUFR112662518024.07.OGLESBY, J-MEMFR92456504823.58.NEWSOME, Arkeel-UCONNSO111637607123.59.JOHNSON, Quay-ECUSO112549803419.910.LOUIE, Bishop-TLSSO91529403519.6
  19. USF ATHLETICS GoUSFBulls.com FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE DATE: OCT. 27, 2015 Web Release:http://www.gousfbulls.com/ViewArticle.dbml?DB_OEM_ID=7700&ATCLID=210456955 Bulls Wrap Up Conference Media Day ORLANDO, OCT. 27, 2015 – Orlando Antigua, Jaleel Cousins, Nehemias Morillo, Chris Perry and Roddy Peters took part in the 2015 American Athletic Conference Men’s Basketball Media Day Tuesday in Orlando. The five spent the morning on the floor of the Amway Center, home of the Orlando Magic and to this season’s American Athletic Conference Championship, held March 10-13. Along with visiting with local and conference media members, the Bulls did interviews with ESPN, CBS Sports Network, the American Digital Network and the American Sports Network. During Coach Antigua’s on-air segment with ESPN’s Tim Welsh, the second-year head coach spoke about the progress his program is making. “We were able to establish a work capacity last year in how we wanted to play, how we wanted to work and how we want to approach the process each day,” said Antigua. “That made for a very good spring and summer and now we get to build off that foundation. Now we get to improve the skill set and the decision making and become better basketball players.” Bulls Picked 10th in Preseason Poll USF was predicted to finish 10th in the American Athletic Conference Preseason Coaches’ Poll. The Bulls return seven from last season’s team which finished 9-23 overall (2-15 The American). SMU was picked to repeat as conference champions with eight first-place votes ahead of No. 2 UConn with two first-place votes and No. 3 Cincinnati with one. 2015-16 Preseason Coaches’ Poll (First-place votes in parenthesis) Team Points 1. SMU (8) 98 2. UConn (2) 87 3. Cincinnati (1) 84 4. Tulsa 76 5. Memphis 59 6. Temple 54 7. Houston 48 8. East Carolina 31 9. UCF 30 10. USF 20 11. Tulane 11 USF, The American and the American Sports Network On Tuesday, the American Athletic Conference and American Sports Network (ASN) announced a multi-year partnership through a sublicense agreement with ESPN. As part of the agreement, ASN will televise 10 men’s basketball games this season, including conference and non-conference matchups. One of those 10 games includes USF’s game with UAB on Dec. 19 at 7 p.m. All ASN games will also be streamed live on ESPN3 through WatchESPN, which is what the game with UAB was already scheduled to appear on. Basketball Tickets On Sale Now There are still great seats available for season tickets and five-game flex plans. Fans can purchase those by logging on to USFBullsTix.com or by calling 1-800-Go-Bulls. USF hosts Eckerd in an exhibition on Monday, Nov. 9 at 7 p.m. and open the regular season Friday, Nov. 13 at 8:30 p.m.against Troy. - #GoBulls
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