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  1. The league is playing on Fox right now. Had ‘t heard of it prior. Also, didn’t know no longer connected to Bucs
  2. Please understand I am not posting this as a political topic ...just another former Bulls adventure. I saw something flash at me on twitter about someone named Dan Rodimer. The name Rodimer stuck, as I recall it from waaaay back. In fact, I remember former SID John Gerdes saying his name in a particular manner. I went to his site, and low and behold: He was a freshman on the 1997 inaugural squad according to GoUSFBulls.com. I had to look it up. I remembered that last name, but that was about all. I think Gerdes called him Big Dan Rodimer. Looking at his bio, he was perhaps the first to wrestle after his USF career. He's running for Congress from Nevada. Meet Big Dan Rodimer Running For Congress in Nevada's 3rd District DANRODIMER.COM Big Dan Rodimer is running for Nevada's 3rd Congressional District as a Conservative Republican to help the great people of Nevada. Brad
  3. https://www.tampabay.com/sports/bulls/2020/05/04/usf-super-fan-mike-stuben-winning-a-weighty-battle/
  4. .... along with all the other work the university is doing in regards to this. Will move this to the Alma Mater board later but thought it needs to be seen. From an article in the TBT: CARING Three Florida nurses felt called to serve on the front lines of the coronavirus war: in New York City. Tears are put on hold. BY MEGAN REEVES Times Staff Writer As soon as she walked into the New York hospital room, Victoria Mejia knew something had happened. A man who had been struggling to survive the day before was gone, his bed empty. A woman in the hallway peered through the window, banging on the door. Mejia, a nurse anesthetist, shuffled out of her protective gown and gloves to meet her. The woman dropped to her knees in tears, saying the man had been her neighbor, a friend. Now he was one of the city's latest COVID-19 victims. 'When, when, when?' the woman pleaded. 'When did he pass?' Reaching out with a sanitized hand, Mejia rubbed the woman's back. She wanted to hug her, as she normally would. Mejia is one of a small group of recent master's graduates from the University of South Florida College of Nursing who volunteered this month to leave their Florida jobs for New York City - the epicenter for COVID-19 infections in the United States. Every day, they see the sickest of the sick, and far more death than they had ever witnessed. While that takes a toll, these frontline health workers say faith and family are pulling them through. Care packages and video dates keep them going too. What drives them most, they say, is a feeling of duty. They went to New York to serve, because that's why they became nurses.
  5. Site photographer surprises us with a Flowers album from yesterday:
  6. Hi All, DC alumni chapter president here! For anyone coming up for the Navy game in October, the chapter is planning to charter a bus or two from northern VA to Annapolis. Navy doesn’t sell bus parking without game tickets being purchased, so our bus package would include game tickets. The seats would be in the visitor section and near (if not the same section) as tickets through USF. Bus + game tickets would be about $65-70, with the price going down if we get more people. The Alumni Association is also having a tailgate that people can add on for an extra $35. Water, soda, and Jell-O shots will be provided by the chapter for those taking the bus. For anyone interested, please fill out our form (https://www.usfalumni.org/s/861/02-alumni/index.aspx?sid=861&gid=1&pgid=5080&cid=14899) and once we’ve gotten at least 40 interested, we’ll officially set up the bus. The bus would leave around 11 am from a metro stop in VA (we’re looking at also adding a stop at Union station in DC depending on cost), ride to Annapolis is about 45 minutes. If you aren’t interested in the bus, tickets will be for sale through USF in August for the game. Let me know if you all have any questions, hope you can make it up. October is perfect weather here, and Annapolis is beautiful. Genevieve
  7. BULLS STRENGTHEN PROGRAM BOND AT USF FOOTBALL ALUMNI REUNION April 19, 2019 By TOM ZEBOLDUSF Senior WriterTAMPA, APRIL 18, 2019 – More than 70 Bulls who helped lay the foundation for the program were welcomed back to campus with open arms last weekend during the USF Football Reunion.USF inaugural 1997 season team members Edwin Greene, Keith Williams, Bryan Freese, Emerson Morris, Anthony Williams, Brian McNulty, Marshall Smith, Mike Sandy and David Thompson had a blast spending time with Bulls from all the way up to the 2018 roster at the reunion banquet last Friday evening inside the Lee Roy Selmon Athletics Center. Chad Barnhardt, USF's first-ever starting quarterback, and Jay Mize (Bulls DB from 1997-2000) joined the group at the USF Spring Game last Saturday at Corbett Stadium."Getting everybody back and everybody excited about the football program, I think it's going to do wonders," said former star defensive end George Selvie, who played six NFL seasons after setting the USF career sacks record with 29. The attendance list was loaded with more household program names like Nate Allen, Sam Barrington, B.J. Daniels, S.J. Green, Nigel Harris, Amarri Jackson, Mike Jenkins, Taurus Johnson, Jerome Murphy, Auggie Sanchez, Marquez Valdes-Scantling, Kayvon Webster, Carlton Williams and Kion Wilson among many others."The crowd is so big right now," said Jenkins, a USF defensive back from 2005-07 who went on to play eight seasons in the NFL. "You've got guys from 2003. You have guys that are from 2018 in here. It's just beautiful to see everybody come together to just kind of talk and reminisce."Webster, a standout USF cornerback from 2009-12, was one of numerous Bulls football alums who stayed for the spring game on Saturday. Prior to watching the current squad, the six-year NFL veteran and Super Bowl 50 champion was excited to catch up with familiar faces at the reunion event hosted by the Bulls Club."I haven't seen some of these guys in years, since I graduated from USF in 2013," Webster said.Webster was one of 17 current or former pro players to attend the unforgettable reunion event. Among that group was current Toronto Argonauts wideout S.J. Green, a USF standout from 2003-06 who has racked up 9,183 receiving yards and 56 touchdowns in 12 seasons in the Canadian Football League."It's an awesome event to see all the former Bulls players, coaches and some administrative guys all in the same place at the same time," Green said. "It just brings back a lot of good memories. It's a great place to be right now." All the former players in attendance received many words of appreciation from Vice President of Athletics Michael Kelly and head coach Charlie Strong, who was accompanied by the Bulls current coaching staff. Kelly made sure to mention each Bull had a hand in helping the program become the fastest Florida program to reach 150 wins, which brought back memories of many big-time victories.One popular game in conversations was USF's upset win over No. 5 West Virginia back in 2007. Starting free safety Allen made a game-high 11 tackles and had two takeaways in the Bulls' landmark victory. To this day, Allen still gets excited about the rowdy crowd of 67,018 that packed Raymond James Stadium on the memorable Friday night in Tampa."Ray Jay was sold out. It was a night game on ESPN," said Allen, who is retired from football after playing eight NFL seasons. "I remember after we won, the crowd and the students stormed the field. I'll never forget that feeling. There were people falling over the wall, getting down onto the field, and it really felt like a big-time college (game). It was awesome."Three weeks after that win, USF was ranked No. 2 nationally and the Bulls from that team are still proud about strengthening the Bulls' brand across the country."Being that type of team that was the underdog, we just rose up," Selvie said. "It was just a great story for this program."Although it wasn't a monumental victory on the field, last Friday's reunion was an important moment for USF football. From now on, past players – no matter their era – know they have an open invitation to come back, as Strong reiterated in front of the large, united group."This is definitely a special moment for USF history," said Kion Wilson, who made 171 tackles as a Bulls linebacker from 2008-09. "… Getting the guys back together - the foundation of this organization, the guys who've kind of paved the way – I think it's just a great opportunity for everybody to be together and share this moment." Link
  8. For those that might know IncrediBull, we lost him this week. He passed from a long battle with ALS. He was a diehard USF fan and Football season ticket holder from the beginning and also shared Basketball tickets with me. Anyone who knew him or meet him at Capogna's Dugout probably would have seen his passion for all things USF. At one time IncrediBull served on the Alumni association board and managed the Pinellas county chapter. He leaves behind his wife and three daughters. IncrediBull was a devoted father and husband and they will miss him dearly. For those who knew him and want more information on the service next week please drop me a note through thebullspen message system.
  9. ... but this one's a little tougher having met Charlie (charsibb) for the first time last December, and then had a blast watching our latest defense of that Vulcan trophy with him. Charlie PM'd me in July that he was going in for surgery on a huge tumor in the groin area and wasn't sure he was coming out then. He was setting me up at that time for notifying the board and the spreading of a portion of his ashes in the Bull fountain on campus. He came thru but was pretty certain he wouldn't see Christmas. Got the call last Thursday from him saying his vital organs were shutting down and he probably wouldn't make it thru the weekend. He sounded awesome (said it was the Percocet) and we had a great 20 minute conversation .... but it was also one of the most surreal, most uplifting and most depressing conversations that I've ever had, triggering a flood of emotions when I hung up. His nephew's email arrived this afternoon.
  10. Sanchez could see himself coaching after his career in football. Excerpt from: Big County Prep's AUGGIE SANCHEZ: BULLS’ HEART AND SOUL MOVES ON TOWARD THE NFL Some pretty good stuff in there on Sanchez.
  11. Calling all alumni in the Sarasota-Manatee counties to come out to our chapter meeting tomorrow (Tuesday, October 24th) @ 6pm. We will be on the 3rd floor of the USFSM campus in their board room. Hope to see you all there!
  12. PreSeason Week 3 at Pitt I will go with 101 Total Yards
  13. There is no reason for the Vikings to bring back Peterson in 2017 Excerpt: " At this current moment, Peterson is a 31-year-old running back coming off a season where he rushed for just 72 yards. Not to mention he is scheduled to make a hilarious $18 million in 2017. ... Looking ahead to this year’s draft, there are a bunch of running backs that could step in right away and be a better fit for Minnesota than Peterson next year. A number of talented rushers including Kareem Hunt, Marlon Mack, and Wayne Gallman are just a few of the backs expected to be around when the Vikings make their selection in the second round this spring. " Story link
  14. FIU’s List of Potential Coaching Candidates: Larry Scott
  15. Former @USFFootball kicker Delbert Alvarado loves getting his kicks for the #TBStorm: tbtim.es/12c9 #USF #Bulls @TampaBayStorm ya'all knew Alvarado was playing locally for Storm?
  16. Jason Pierre-Paul catches on with new glove, impresses Ben McAdoo May 23, 2016 3:15 PM By Tom Rock tom.rock@newsday.com It wasn’t Odell Beckham Jr. It wasn’t Sterling Shepard. It wasn’t even an offensive player. No, the Giants player who drew the simple but direct approval from Ben McAdoo in his post-practice assessment of the opening OTA on Monday — “Nice catch,” the coach said — was one of the least likely to receive the compliment. http://www.newsday.com/sports/football/giants/jason-pierre-paul-catches-on-with-new-glove-impresses-ben-mcadoo-1.11831565
  17. A host of NEW Sean Price cards have hit ebay: Link to listing: USF Bull Sean Price Autographed trading cards Sample:
  18. http://collegefootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2016/03/08/florida-staffer-hired-by-toledo-as-rbs-coach/ Happy he's no longer wearing that Gator crap...
  19. ESPN's Adam Schefter reported the Raiders fear S Nate Allen tore his ACL Week 1. Allen is getting more tests today, but he is likely done for the season. With Charles Woodson (shoulder) also banged up, the Raiders are very thin at safety. Sep 14 - 12:45 PM Source: Adam Schefter on Twitter Packers ILB Sam Barrington (ankle) was spotted on crutches and in a walking boot following the Packers' Week 1 win over the Bears. Barrington entered the game with an ankle injury and apparently aggravated it early in the game. The Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel speculates Barrington will be out "awhile." Nate Palmer played in Barrington's place. The Packers' defense was gashed by Matt Forte with Barrington and S Morgan Burnett (calf) sidelined. Green Bay gets Seattle next week. Sep 14 - 10:33 AM Source: Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel
  20. Please click here to view on ebay: NFL Bobble Dobbles ANTHONY HENRY Cleveland Browns BOBBLEHEAD NIB
  21. Nicholas, Lamar Happy to Be Back Home at USF By TOM ZEBOLD USF Senior Writer TAMPA, AUG. 13, 2015 – Head coach Willie Taggart continues to welcome former Bulls back with open arms and two stars from the past have jumped at the opportunity to join his staff. Former standout linebacker Stephen Nicholas is relishing his role as USF’s new defensive analyst, while 2010 Big East Special Teams Player of the Year Lindsey Lamar has returned as a graduate assistant. “It feels great to be back around your old stomping yards and to be back around the team, the atmosphere and the facilities,” Lamar said. “It feels like I’m back at home.” Nicholas still ranks fourth on USF’s all-time list with 326 tackles after playing for the Bulls from 2002-06. Nicholas went on to spend seven NFL seasons with the Atlanta Falcons and he became a regular at USF practices this spring. “My wife was like, ‘Where you going today?’ I was like, ‘I’m just going to check on the Bulls a little bit,’” said Nicholas, who traveled from Orlando each day. “I drove on up and came to a practice. Then I came again, and then I came again.” Nicholas now gets to break down film with the defense daily as a member of the staff and his energy around the building has been contagious. “He was an awesome player here and an awesome player in the NFL,” linebacker Auggie Sanchez said. “What more could you want?” Lamar also is excited to be back in Green and Gold after playing for the CFL’s Hamilton Tiger-Cats the past two seasons. The 24-year-old Tampa native reached out to Taggart about getting into coaching and now Lamar gets to pick up gems of knowledge from the entire staff. “It’s a lot of long hours learning from Coach (Ron) Dugans, Coach Taggart, Coach (David) Reaves and all those guys. It’s been pretty cool,” said Lamar, who also is pursuing a graduate degree in adult education. Lamar said it has been great getting to know Taggart and USF’s leading man appreciates both former players’ willingness to give back to a program that’s hungry for success. “It’s always great to have some former players in your program, not just to be there, but to help and really be a part of turning this program around,” Taggart said. “Those guys are very passionate about USF and very thankful for what USF has done for them. All they want to do is help out.” ... Quote of the Day “The sharks are out. We’re waiting to smell the blood.” – Stephen Nicholas on USF’s “Bull Sharks” defense. Link to rest of report
  22. Buy this card of Bulls former player and now GA, Lindsey Lamar Buy this card of Bulls former player and now coach, Stephen Nicholas
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