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  1. FRIDAY9.7.18FOOTBALL TCU 7 SMU 9 8 p.m. Dallas, Texas 2nd - 12:34 Live Stats Live Video SATURDAY9.8.18FOOTBALL Arizona Houston Noon Houston, Texas Live Stats Live Video TV:ABC and ESPN2 Radio:SiriusXM 103/201/970 Georgia Tech USF Noon Tampa, Fla. Live Stats Live Video TV:ABC and ESPN2 Radio:SiriusXM 119/194/956 North Carolina ECU 3:30 p.m. Greenville, N.C. Live Stats Live Video TV:ESPNU Radio:SiriusXM 135/193/955 Memphis Navy 3:30 p.m. Annapolis, Md. Live Stats Live Video TV:CBS Sports Network Radio:SiriusXM 81 Buffalo Temple 3:30 p.m. Philadelphia, Pa. Live Stats Live Video TV:ESPN3 Radio:SiriusXM 383/971 South Carolina State UCF 6 p.m. Orlando, Fla. Live Stats Live Video TV:ESPN3 Miami (Ohio) Cincinnati 8 p.m. Cincinnati, Ohio Live Stats Live Video TV:ESPN3 Radio:SiriusXM 975 Nicholls Tulane 8 p.m. New Orleans, La. Live Stats Live Video TV:ESPN3 Radio:SiriusXM 994 Tulsa Texas 8 p.m. Austin, Texas Live Stats Live Video TV:Longhorn Network Radio:SiriusXM 134/199/953 UConn Boise State 10:15 p.m. Boise, Idaho Live Stats Live Video TV:ESPNU Radio:SiriusXM 78/202/974
  2. Please let @DrewMartinbets know how you feel about the blatant disrespect shown towards our team. Don't go easy on him either! Thanks
  3. OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK? Barnett accounted for four TDs. What did last week’s winner, Mickey Milton, do against that small time opponent? Was there a better offensive effort? DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK? Probably Ed Oliver. But Nico’s fumble recovery and INT were KEY to win. SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYERS OF THE WEEK? Sound the Horne!
  4. KNIGHT SELECTED AS PRESEASON KEEPER OF THE YEAR, JOINS BILLHARDT ON AAC TEAM USF men's soccer goalkeeper Christian Knight (Odessa, Fla.) was voted The American Preseason Goalkeeper of the Year by the American Athletic Conference coaches, announced by the conference Tuesday. Knight, who transferred to USF in 2016 from the University of Tampa, played and started in 11 games in 2017, where he led the conference in saves per game. He was named The American Goalkeeper of the Week on Oct. 30, 2017 following his epic performance against SMU with 15 saves. Defense wins championships.
  5. Drag and drop teams in order of finish by Division. Ends August 3. Click on finish at bottom to complete. Results published after close.
  6. 10 Bulls on the Ballot for the AAC's fifth anniversary team. VOTE!! Ballot and article in link Representing USF are QB Quinton Flowers, RB Marlon Mack, LB Auggie Sanchez, CB Deatrick Nichols, OL Kofi Amichia, OL Jeremi Hall, DE Aaron Lynch, DT Deadrin Senat, P Mattias Ciabatti and PK Emilio Nadelman.
  7. I know everyone is anxiously awaiting the results of the American cup as it moves into its 4th year. A refresher on how standings are created. 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. So without further ado, the Final Results Houston 130 UCF 126.5 Memphis 109.5 Cincinnati 108 Uconn 108 USF 105 SMU 104.5 Wichita St 98 ECarolina 97.5 Tulsa 89 Temple 75 Tulane 63 Congratulations Houston as the winner of the American Cup IV! ECU also receives most improved (41% increase in points) Tulsa had a difficult year for the first time in AAC history finishing 10th after finishing 1st, 3rd and 4th the previous 3 years. In fact Tulsa has gotten consistently worse over the 4 year period. Tulsa still holds a top 3 avg finish @ 4.5 but UCF has shown they as well as UConn are the premier Athletic departments with an 4 year avg finish of 3.75 and 2.5 respectively. USF is anything if not consistent, finishing in 6th place for the 3rd time in 4 years. USF is 4th in avg finish @ 5th. For the Bulls Improvements WBB, MITF, WITF, WTen, MGolf, SBall, BBall Declines in MSoc, WSoc, VBall, WXC, WOTF, MTen, WGolf No Changes Fball, MXC, MBB, MOTF Here's to hoping next year is an improvement! Go BULLS!
  8. AAC Baseball bracket # 1. Houston # 2. USF # 3. Uconn # 4. ECU # 5. UCF # 6. Cincinnati # 7. Tulane or WSU # 8. Tulane or WSU Most of the seeds are locked up, Bulls will have to wait until tomorrow to find who we get in the opening round but we will play on Wednesday against the 7 seed.
  9. 2018 Baseball Standings SCHOOL CONF CPCT. OVERALL PCT. HOME AWAY NEUTRAL Houston * 16-8 0.667 32-20 0.615 22-6 9-10 1-4 ECU * 13-8 0.619 38-13 0.745 20-10 18-2 0-1 USF * 12-8-1 0.595 30-17-1 0.635 24-9-0 6-8-1 0-0-0 UConn * 12-9 0.571 30-17-1 0.635 8-4-1 22-13-0 0-0-0 UCF * 11-10 0.524 33-19 0.635 24-9 9-10 0-0 Cincinnati * 11-10 0.524 27-24 0.529 17-9 8-15 2-0 Tulane * 9-12 0.429 25-28 0.472 19-14 6-14 0-0 Wichita State * 7-13-1 0.357 32-18-1 0.637 23-8-1 9-10-0 0-0-0 Memphis 4-17 0.190 19-34 0.358 11-17 6-16 2-1 * American Athletic Conference Championship qualifier
  10. 2018 Baseball Standings SCHOOL CONF CPCT. OVERALL PCT. HOME AWAY NEUTRAL Houston 13-5 0.722 28-16 0.636 21-4 7-9 0-3 USF 11-7 0.611 29-15 0.659 24-9 5-6 0-0 UConn 9-6 0.600 25-13-1 0.654 6-2-1 19-11-0 0-0-0 ECU 8-7 0.533 30-12 0.714 16-9 14-2 0-1 Cincinnati 8-7 0.533 22-19 0.537 16-9 4-10 2-0 UCF 9-9 0.500 29-15 0.659 22-7 7-8 0-0 Tulane 7-8 0.467 21-24 0.467 17-10 4-14 0-0 Wichita State 5-10 0.333 28-14 0.667 19-4 9-10 0-0 Memphis 2-13 0.133 15-30 0.333 9-15 5-14 1-1 So I guess as long as we can maintain second it is good for our tournament chances. I admit, I have not paid a lot of attention to USF baseball (I blame Robin, Eddie and Lelo, plus the fact I coach basketball ). We have a lot of work to do.
  11. The brackets are set! The American Athletic Conference Softball Championship is set to take over the USF Softball Stadium this week. Starting on Thursday, May 10th, USF will host the seven-game championship. Your USF Bulls are the top-seeded team in the Championship and will take on UCONN on Thursday at 6:30 pm. Tickets are now available to purchase for the 2018 Championship, click here to grab yours today! For more information on the 2018 Softball Championship including a full schedule visit Championship Central by clicking here. If you have any questions, please call 1-800-Go-Bulls or email us at BullsTickets@USF.edu. Thank you for your continued support of USF Softball! Go Bulls
  12. BULLS DOMINATE CONFERENCE AWARDS The American regular season champion Bulls dominated the conference honors, including five first team all-conference selections, the league announced Wednesday. USF was selected as coaching staff of the year, and freshman Georgina Corrick was named co-pitcher and rookie of the year, and to the all-rookie team. Corrick, Lauren Evans, Astin Donovan, Amber Atkinson, and Lindsey Devitt were named first team all-conference. The American coaching staff of the year, head coach Ken Eriksen and assistant coaches Jessica Moore and Laura Ricciardone, guided USF to the top of the American standings through every week of conference play. They led USF to its seventh conference championship, and second in the last three years. Under their guidance, USF has reached a 36-20 record, 14-7 in The American, and enters postseason as the No. 1 seed and host in conference tournament.
  13. 2018 Baseball Standings SCHOOL CONF CPCT. OVERALL PCT. HOME AWAY NEUTRAL ECU 5-2 0.714 26-7 0.788 16-4 10-2 0-1 UConn 5-3 0.625 19-10-1 0.650 4-1-1 15-9-0 0-0-0 Houston 6-4 0.600 20-13 0.606 17-4 3-6 0-3 Cincinnati 6-4 0.600 16-16 0.500 11-7 3-9 2-0 UCF 5-5 0.500 24-11 0.686 18-5 6-6 0-0 USF 5-5 0.500 21-13 0.618 18-7 3-6 0-0 Tulane 5-5 0.500 15-20 0.429 12-8 3-12 0-0 Wichita State 3-5 0.375 23-9 0.719 16-4 7-5 0-0 Memphis 1-8 0.111 11-24 0.314 7-11 3-12 1-1
  14. 2018 Baseball Standings SCHOOL CONF CPCT. OVERALL PCT. HOME AWAY NEUTRAL ECU 4-2 0.667 20-6 0.769 13-4 7-1 0-1 USF 4-2 0.667 20-9 0.690 18-7 2-2 0-0 Houston 4-2 0.667 17-11 0.607 14-3 3-5 0-3 UCF 3-3 0.500 20-9 0.690 16-5 4-4 0-0 Cincinnati 3-3 0.500 12-13 0.480 8-6 3-7 1-0 Tulane 3-3 0.500 12-17 0.414 10-7 2-10 0-0 Wichita State 1-2 0.333 19-6 0.760 13-1 6-5 0-0 UConn 1-2 0.333 14-9 0.609 2-0 12-9 0-0 Memphis 1-5 0.167 9-19 0.321 6-9 2-9 1-1 Upcoming sched APR 6 (FRI) 7:30 PM AMERICAN AT #24 UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON HOUSTON, TX APR 7 (SAT) 7:30 PM AMERICAN AT #24 UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON HOUSTON, TX APR 8 (SUN) 2:00 PM AMERICAN AT #24 UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON HOUSTON, TX APR 13 (FRI) 6:30 PM AMERICAN AT EAST CAROLINA UNIVERSITY GREENVILLE, NC APR 14 (SAT) 4:00 PM AMERICAN AT EAST CAROLINA UNIVERSITY GREENVILLE, NC APR 15 (SUN) 12:00 PM AMERICAN AT EAST CAROLINA UNIVERSITY GREENVILLE, NC In between those two series is a visit to Stetson.
  15. Matchup: USF (18-8, 2-1 The American) vs. Tulane (11-15, 2-1 The American)Dates: Thursday, March 29 – Saturday, March 31Times: 7 p.m. | 6:30 p.m. | 1 p.m. TAMPA, MARCH 28, 2018 – The University of South Florida baseball team is seeking its sixth-straight series win when it returns to league play for a three-game series against Tulane beginning Thursday at 7 p.m.The Bulls (18-8) dropped a Tuesday matchup against a Stetson team that was ranked in multiple polls, 5-3. Senior Duke Stunkel Jr. (Palm Beach Gardens, Fla.) went 3-for-4 with a double and a run scored. Coco Montes (Miami) was on base three times and scored two runs. Junior Alec Wisely (Jacksonville) pitched three scoreless inning out of the bullpen.Junior JD Dutka (Suwanee, Ga.) hit .500 last week with four doubles, a triple and six runs scored. He was named to the American Athletic Conference Weekly Honor Roll on Monday.Junior catcher Tyler Dietrich (Naples, Fla.) hit .500 against UConn to open conference play and David Villar (Pembroke Pines, Fla.) hit .385 with two doubles and three runs over the weekend.USF's bullpen was magical against the Huskies, combining for 11.0 innings, allowing just eight hits and one unearned run with nine strikeouts.Lefty All-American Shane McClanahan (Cape Coral, Fla.) will start Thursday and look to shake off his most recent outing against UConn, in which he allowed six runs in the second inning. Prior to that, McClanahan had set a program record for 31.2 consecutive innings having not allowed an earned run. He sits second nationally with 61 strikeouts and is fifth with 15.84 K's per nine innings.Righty Peter Strzelecki (Lake Worth, Fla.) will start Friday and sophomore right hander Collin Sullivan (Randolph, Mass.) will start Saturday. Head coach Billy Mohl will face his alma mater for the first time as lead skipper on Thursday. Mohl was a standout four-year member of the Green Wave baseball team, setting the school single-season and career record for fewest walks-per-nine-inning average. The righty went 9-0 as a senior, becoming just the second regular starter in Tulane history to go undefeated.He was a part of Tulane's 2005 College World Series team that earned the No. 1 national seed in the tournament.SERIES HISTORYTulane leads the all-time series with the Bulls 32-22. USF defeated Tulane in the conference tournament last season, 7-6, and took the final game of a three-game series in New Orleans. Prior to that, Tulane had won seven-straight in the series.SCOUTING REPORTThe Green Wave (11-15) also enter the second weekend of league play having lost a midweek game after taking 2-of-3 from Cincinnati at home. Tulane is 10-7 at home but just 1-8 on the road, though it has played road series at Ole Miss, Long Beach State and contest at LSU.Tulane is led offensively by infielder Jonathan Artigues, batting .330 with 21 runs and six doubles. Kody Hoese is hitting .315 and preseason all-conference selection Grant Witherspoon is batting .302 with a team-high eight doubles, four homers and 20 RBI.The Green Wave will start three right handers this weekend. Kaleb Roper (2-3, 4.40 ERA, 28 K) will go Thursday, Ben White (0-1, 4.65 ERA, 19 K) will start Friday and Keagan Gillies (2-3, 2.56 ERA, 31 K) will get the nod Sunday. NOTA-BULLS Villar still leads the Bulls and sits third in the conference with a .379 average. His 13 doubles on the year are fourth in the nation. USF leads the country with 76 doubles and leads the nation with 14 triples on the year. The Bulls are tops in the conference with a .466 slugging percentage, a .295 batting average and in scoring (6.8 runs per game). Montes is hitting .410 over the last 10 games and Stunkel Jr. is hitting .383 with six doubles over that span. Junior Garrett Zech (Naples, Fla.) hit his sixth triple over the weekend, ranking him second in the country. http://gousfbulls.com/news/2018/3/28/baseball-bulls-get-back-to-league-action-host-tulane-for-three.aspx
  16. 2018 Baseball Standings SCHOOL CONF OVERALL Houston 3-0 16-8 ECU 2-1 18-5 USF 2-1 18-7 Tulane 2-1 11-14 UCF 1-2 18-8 UConn 1-2 11-9 Cincinnati 1-2 10-12 Wichita State 0-0 17-4 Memphis 0-3 8-16
  17. USF ATHLETICS GoUSFBulls.com FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Web Link: http://bit.ly/2EUYh8q Dietrich Earns Spot on American Weekly Honor Roll The junior catcher hit .545 over the weekend and .500 in four games last week PROVIDENCE, R.I., Feb. 26, 2018 – USF baseball junior catcher Tyler Dietrich (Naples, Fla.) has been named to the American Athletic Conference Weekly Honor Roll, the league announced Monday afternoon. Dietrich hit .500 in four games last week with a .714 slugging percentage, and he hit .545 (6-for-11) in the series win against Fordham. He began the week going 1-for-3 at No. 3 Florida State with a double and a run scored. Along with the rest of the USF bats, Dietrich was locked in the last two games of the Fordham series. He had a career day and propelled the Bulls to a 3-2 win Saturday night, going 4-for-4 with a pair of doubles, two singles and three RBI. The four hits and three RBI were both career highs and his two doubles tied a career mark. On Sunday, Dietrich again had a multi-hit outing, going 2-for-5 with a run scored. He also did a great job behind the plate with the arms, as the pitchers totaled 31 strikeouts and a 2.00 ERA over the weekend. Through the first seven games of the year, Dietrich is hitting .360 with three doubles, four runs scored and four RBI. The Bulls are back on the road Wednesday for a matchup at Bethune-Cookman. First pitch is set for 6 p.m.
  18. USF ATHLETICS GoUSFBulls.com WEB LINK: http://bit.ly/2rNTMua FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE DATE: Jan. 29, 2018 Follow @USFAthletics On Twitter Like USF Athletics on Facebook Jespersen Earns First Player of the Week Honor USF senior Maria Jespersen receives her first Player of the Week Honor TAMPA, JAN. 29, 2018 – Senior Maria Jespersen has played in over 120 games for the Bulls but it was her near perfect, 24-point performance that finally clinched her first American Athletic Conference Player of Week honor. The senior forward has been recognized on the league’s weekly honor roll 10 times in the last two seasons, but Monday marks her first Player of the Week distinction. Jespersen (Arhus, Denmark) led the Bulls to a bounce back win against Temple on Sunday. Jespersen scored a game-high 24 points and turned in a nearly perfect offensive outing. The forward finished 8-of-11 from the floor, 2-of-3 from behind the arc and 6-of-7 from the charity stripe. Jespersen also filled her stat line with six rebounds, two blocks and two assists. Jespersen averages a team-high 18.1 points per game in conference action and has turned in 8.6 rebounds per game. The preseason all-conference honoree has tallied seven 20-plus point outings this season.
  19. I thought I heard the announcer say Jiggetts had back to back games without a turnover.
  20. Welcome to the 2017-18 TheBullsPen.com USF Basketball Prediction Contest The race for the mildly prestigious Bulliever's Cup is on! Game 17 South Florida Bulls at Wichita State at Sunday, January 7, 4:00 p.m. EST Charles Koch Arena Wichita, KS Congrats to Game 16 winner, TBD! The Contest: Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to select winners and leading contributors in each Bulls hoops game this season. Prizes await, as does the respect and admiration of Bulls fans around the globe. The contest is a season-long chase so don't miss a game. Next...the rules: 1) You must be a registered member of this message board. 2) You must completely answer the contest questions. 3) There can be no modifications to your post after scheduled game start time 4) Your prediction must be part of this original thread 5) Post must be submitted prior to game's published start time. 6) Ties will be decided by Bulliever starting with accuracy on first - last prediction. PLEASE READ ABOVE CAREFULLY - If a rule is broken, your entry will not count. You may appeal any ruling, if you choose, but only Bulliever or his designee will hear appeal. For additional contest rules, please read the small print below. And now, the contest: For the Bulls game vs. Wichita State, Sunday, January 7, (4:00 pm ET start), please select the following: 1) The winner 2) The margin of victory by your predicted winner 3) Bulls leading scorer and point total 4) Bulls leading rebounder and rebound total 5) Team Free Throw percentage (i.e. 72.9%) Please try to keep in the above format so that it will be easier to manage. Sample response would be: 1) South Florida 2) 22 3) Banks - 21 4) Yetna - 11 5) 80% The contest winner will be chosen based on a points system as follows: 1) Correct on winning team - 10 points 2) Correct on Margin of victory - 15 points (subtract one point for each variance in actual and predicted margin - 0 points awarded if actual winner not predicted.) 3a) Correct Leading Scorer - 5 points 3b) Leading Scorer's correct point total -10 points (subtract one point for each variance in actual and predicted total - 0 points awarded if correct leading scorer not predicted.) 4a) Correct Leading Rebounder - 5 points 4b) Leading Rebounder's correct rebound total - 10 points (subtract one point for each variance in actual and predicted total - 0 points awarded if correct leading rebounder not predicted.) 5) Free throw percentage - within 3 percentage points of actual - 10 points; 5 percentage points of actual - 5 points; 10 percentage points -1 point Games will be decided and winners announced. There will be a smaller prize for each game winner and a Grand Prize for those with overall point total other category wins - tracking of game averages, wins and total points scored for the season! The key will be mindful of the game schedule and enter each game! Game 17 winner receives: A trading card of a former USF hoops player; season play is for larger prize: Have Fun and follow the Bulls throughout the 2017-18 season! (Mildly prestigious Bulliever's Cup) Updated 12/29/17 Stats after 14 games (SMU and ECU games NOT included): Total Points (Top Ten): bcgruber 356 NJBull 346 206BULL 337 bullsfan27 329 George Jenkins 293 Apis Bull 281 NewEnglandBull 275 DELdaBull 269 JJZbulls 265 LrdNorman 261 Most Wins: 206Bull 4 MDBull20 3 bcgruber 2 El_Toro_86 1.5 bullsfan27 1.5 mikemcp88 1 &rew Bull 1 Highest average points (Top Ten, min 7 games): Avg GP El_Toro_86 28.14286 7 206BULL 25.92308 13 bcgruber 25.42857 14 CountryBull 25.4 10 bullsfan27 25.30769 13 NJBull 24.71429 14 George Jenkins 24.41667 12 LrdNorman 23.72727 11 MDBull20 20.77778 9 DELdaBull 20.69231 13 Individual Games Winners: Game Winner Points 1 MDBull20 41 2 MDBull20 17 3 206Bull 58 4 mikemcp88 46 5 bcgruber 38 6 MDBull20 42 7 206BULL 31 8 El_Toro_86 42 bullsfan27 42 9 El_Toro_86 38 10 206BULL 30 11 bullsfan27 47 12 &rew Bull 32 13 206BULL 42 14 bcgruber 46 Most points scored in a win (Top 5): 206Bull 58 bullsfan27 47 mikemcp88 46 bcgruber 46 MDBull20 42 El_Toro_86 42 bullsfan27 42 206BULL 42
  21. Four Reasons Why “American Power” Is Absurd If you've paid any attention to the college football landscape this offseason, you've noticed that the American Athletic Conference is attempting to make moves. They have a memorable media days tradition (lobsters!), a dicey hashtag (#AmericanPow6r!), and an eagerness to run with the big boys in the Power 5. This is, at least with regards to the football field, pretty ludicrous. Here's why: 1. An aspiring Power 6 conference should be willing to go toe-to-toe with the competent big boys in non-conference play. I examined the 2017 schedule of every team in the Group of 5 -- Sun Belt, Mid-American, Conference USA, Mountain West and, yes, the American -- to count how many non-conference games each has with Power 5 teams that played in a bowl last season. How did the numbers shake out? C-USA - 18 Mountain West - 15 Sun Belt - 13 MAC - 9 American - 8 Granted, there may be a few caveats that partially.... Rest of Sto6y
  22. I know everyone is anxiously awaiting the results of the American cup as it moves into its 4th year. So without further ado, the Fall Results (results from FB Champ game wont alter standings) 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. Fall standings are as follows All Sports included:
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