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  1. ... at least for a while. FAU’s Willie Taggart continues to mine Tampa Bay area for football talent The former Florida State and USF head coach looks to the region for players often, and with great success. By Kyle Wood Published Yesterday Updated Yesterday Willie Taggart never misses a chance to tell potential recruits that there’s nothing like Florida. It’s where the new Florida Atlantic coach was raised and spent much of his career. And one of his main selling points to high school players around the talent-rich state. He’s been known to dip into the Tampa Bay area often, and with great success. Taggart recently landed verbal commitments from 6-foot-6 twins Jordan and Jaden Sandlin, both three-star offensive linemen at Tampa Catholic, for FAU’s 2021 class. The class is currently the best in Conference USA and one spot ahead of USF’s. He previously signed three-star defensive tackle Malik Jones of Zephyrhills Christian for the class of 2020. Rest of article
  2. https://collegefootballnews.com/2020/06/college-football-news-preview-2020-usf-bulls
  3. https://twitter.com/GabeNealy1/status/1276976240356925440?s=20
  4. Committed to USF per Twitter and reported by the recruiting services. According to 247, our highest-rated recruit to-date. https://247sports.com/college/south-florida/Article/Saint-Augustine-athlete-Dequan-Stanley-commits-to-USF-Bulls-148477518/
  5. http://www.college-sports-journal.com/college-sports-journal-2020-group-of-five-preseason-top-25-rankings/
  6. First-Team Offense QB Shane Buechele, SMU RB Shamari Brooks, Tulsa RB Gerrid Doaks, Cincinnati AP Kenneth Gainwell, Memphis WR Marquez Stevenson, Houston WR Damonte Coxie, Memphis TE Kylen Granson, SMU C Dylan Parham, Memphis OL Cole Schneider, UCF OL Jaylon Thomas, SMU OL Vincent Picozzi, Temple OL James Hudson, Cincinnati First-Team Defense DL Elijah Ponder, Cincinnati DL Ifeanyi Maijeh, Temple DL Kenny Turnier, UCF DL Myjai Sanders, Cincinnati LB Diego Fagot, Navy LB Patrick Johnson, Tulane LB Zaven Collins, Tulsa CB Ahmad Gardner, Cincinnati CB K.J. Sails, USF S Richie Grant, UCF S James Wiggins, Cincinnati First-Team Specialists K Riley Patterson, Memphis P James Smith, Cincinnati KR Marquez Stevenson, Houston PR Otis Anderson, UCF Second-Team Offense QB Dillon Gabriel, UCF RB Corey Dauphine, Tulane RB Jamale Carothers, Navy AP Keylon Stokes, Tulsa WR C.J. Johnson, East Carolina WR Reggie Roberson, SMU TE Sean Dykes, Memphis C Brad Cecil, USF OL D'Ante Smith, East Carolina OL Corey Dublin, Tulane OL Billy Honaker, Navy OL Peter Nestrowitz, Navy Second-Team Defense DL O'Bryan Goodson, Memphis DL Joseph Dorceus, Memphis DL Daniel Archibong, Temple DL Payton Turner, Houston LB Richard McBryde, SMU LB Eric Mitchell, UCF LB Jarell White, Cincinnati CB T.J. Carter, Memphis CB Aaron Robinson, UCF S Antwan Collier, UCF S Darrick Forrest, Cincinnati Second-Team Specialists K Jake Verity, East Carolina P Trent Schneider, USF KR Tyler Snead, East Carolina PR Pop Williams, Memphis Third-Team Offense QB Brady White, Memphis RB Greg McCrae, UCF RB Re'Mahn Davis, Temple AP Otis Anderson, UCF WR Jadan Blue, Temple WR Tre Nixon, UCF TE Christian Trahan, Houston C Jakari Robinson, Cincinnati OL Samuel Jackson, UCF OL Chris Paul, Tulsa OL Manuel Orona-Lopez, Memphis OL Isaac Moore, Temple Third-Team Defense DL J'arius Warren, Navy DL Cameron Sample, Tulane DL Randy Charlton, UCF DL Turner Coxe, SMU LB Grant Stuard, Houston LB Xavier Smith, East Carolina LB Dwayne Boyles USF CB Christian Braswell, Temple CB Jaylon Monroe, Tulane S Kevin Brennan, Navy S Davondre Robinson, East Carolina Third-Team Specialists K Dalton Witherspoon, Houston P Adam Williams, Memphis KR Amare Jones, Tulane PR Ryan Montgomery, Cincinnati Fourth-Team Offense QB Holton Ahlers, East Carolina RB Johnny Ford, USF RB Amare Jones, Tulane RB Kyle Porter, Houston AP CJ Williams, Navy WR Alec Pierce, Cincinnati WR Tyler Snead, East Carolina C Gerard Wheeler, Tulsa OL Joey Claybrook, Tulane OL Donovan Jennings, USF OL Adam Klein, Temple OL Hayden Howerton, SMU OL Parker Boudreaux, UCF Fourth-Team Defense DL De'Andre Williams, Tulane DL Jaxson Player, Tulsa DL Jackson Perkins, Navy DL Curtis Brooks, Cincinnati DL Kalia Davis, UCF LB Marvin Moody, Tulane LB Isaiah Graham-Mobley, Temple LB JJ Russell, Memphis CB Tay Gowan, UCF CB Ja'Quan McMillian, East Carolina CB Michael McMorris, Navy S Amir Tyler, Temple S Evan Fochtman, Navy Fourth-Team Specialists K Merek Glover, Tulane P Andrew Osteen, UCF KR Keylon Stokes, Tulsa PR Amare Jones, Tulane American Athletic Football 2020 All-Conference Team ATHLONSPORTS.COM The 2020 American Athletic All-Conferenceteam is led by 17 selections from UCF, with Memphis and Cincinnati each featuring 13 picks. Those three......
  7. https://twitter.com/jblack_EG/status/1271220044182302720?s=20
  8. Saw yesterday that both FAU and FIU were in the running for the Bama transfer. Today, saw FIU given some backing so that the brothers are close. Could be an interesting geography-based get for the Panthers.
  9. I have heard Darrian Felix from Oregon is confirmed transferring to USF. He was an original Taggart commit. Same source who was right about Auggie, and mentioned Leavitt was in the running, and had a chance. Haven't steered wrong yet. Side note: Dude is freaking quick
  10. 10 South Florida Jeff Scott: The Clemson coaching staff had not seen a major shake up since Chad Morris' exit after the 2014 season, so when Scott was announced as the next hire at South Florida, it was a positive reflection on the program. Why would Scott, a former Clemson player, assistant since 2008 and co-offensive coordinator for all five of Clemson's College Football Playoff appearances and two national championships, leave a great situation? The answer is because Scott, along with his coaching mentor Dabo Swinney, see USF as a program where you can win championships. For now, though, the 0-0 overall head coaching record puts a ceiling on Scott's rating compared to his peers. 2019 AAC ranking: N/A Ranking every football coach in the AAC from 1-11 heading into the 2020 season - CBSSports.com WWW.CBSSPORTS.COM There's a new No. 1 after a shake up in the AAC East in 2019
  11. Listed in the bottom half of conference, but "this might be the best bottom half of a conference the Group of 5 has produced". So we got that going for us. College football offseason preview: American Athletic Conference, Part I Link to full story USF Head coach: Jeff Scott (first year) 2019: 4-8 (2-6), 103rd in SP+ 2020 projection: 5-7 (3-5), 82nd Five best returning players: LB Dwayne Boyles, NB Bentlee Sanders, FS Nick Roberts, LB Antonio Grier, RB Kelley Joiner Jr. On the official USF depth chart, they put "BA" designations next to the names of all the players from the Tampa Bay area. By the end of the 2019 season, the starting quarterback (Jordan McCloud), two most efficient receivers (tight end Mitchell Wilcox and slot Bryce Miller), starting left tackle (Donovan Jennings), best overall blocker (William Atterbury), best pass-rusher (Greg Reaves), most active defensive tackle (Blake Green), top two cornerbacks (Mike Hampton and KJ Sails) and top nickelback (Bentlee Sanders) were all BAs. Lord knows there is plenty of talent in the area, and what amounts to the University of the BA has rarely lacked for potential during its two decades of existence. Occasionally, things come together: The Bulls ranked second in offensive SP+ in 2016, and they have ranked 52nd or better six times in 15 years; on defense, they were top 15 in both 2006 and 2007, and they have been top 45 eight times. USF's history is reasonably rich considering the short time span. The Bulls have won eight or more games 10 times in 20 FBS seasons; they briefly reached second in the AP poll in 2007 and finished ranked twice. Not bad. But an inability to get the offense and defense peaking at the same time holds them back. The 2016 team was dragged down by a No. 99 defense, allowing 101 points in its two losses. And while the 2019 defense bounced back a bit, the offense was devastatingly young and horrid. USF averaged 9.4 points per game in eight losses. With Charlie Strong gone, Dabo Swinney disciple Jeff Scott takes over. What Scott's initial recruiting haul lacked in BAs (by my count, only two from the high school ranks), it offered quite a few potential instant-impact guys. Including what Strong had already arranged, Scott, 39, has thus far roped in nine transfers, including two QBs (UNC's Cade Fortin and Alcorn State's Noah Johnson) and two running backs (Oregon's Darrian Felix and South Carolina's Lavonte Valentine). USF's 2020 season, assuming it happens, will be one of competition. McCloud-Fortin-Johnson could be an interesting QB battle -- Scott signed two well-touted freshmen too -- and there are plenty of options at RB and WR. Plus, a secondary that was both solid and sophomore-heavy last year is now junior-heavy. Scott and coordinators Charlie Weis Jr. (offense) and Glenn Spencer (defense) have tons of warm bodies to pit against each other. The defense should be solid no matter what. Reaves is gone, but the Bulls have strong overall experience and depth, and players such as Sanders and linebacker Dwayne Boles are among the best in the AAC at their positions. The offense could take a while to sort out, especially without Wilcox and Atterbury. And depending on how said sorting goes, the schedule presents several different possibilities -- a 39% chance of finishing 4-8 or worse and a 14% chance of finishing 7-5 or better. There are lots of relative toss-ups here, and the potential win total is high if the offense overachieves its projections.
  12. https://www.tampabay.com/sports/bulls/2020/05/04/usf-super-fan-mike-stuben-winning-a-weighty-battle/
  13. A few things I'd pass along. Plan on a minimum of 3-4 days. Austin is a fun town. If you are really into live music stay there. If not stay in San Antonio or New Braunfels. Especially if you have kids or not into that scene. San Antonio offers more touristy things and should have much cheaper lodging. BBQ: Don't be an idiot and stand in line for hours at Franklin BBQ. Drive to Luling, Lockhart, New Braunfels or Driftwood to get awesome BBQ. You'll actually get a table and enjoy it more. A few names to research for BBQ: Salt Lick, Black's, Cooper's, Kruez, City Market, etc...Roadside BBQ at Rudy's is solid. Many spots offer complimentary beans...so find out first. Cabrito at Cooper's is usually really good. Beef is King...pork is hard to find. If you like lean Brisket make sure you request it. Schlitterbahn in New Braunfels is awesome. Best natural water park in America. The Paseo Del Rio (River Walk) is really fun for drinking. Take the barge ride to view the River Walk early in the morning. If you wanna save a few bucks stay 1 or 2 blocks instead of overlooking the river. Fiesta Texas is fun for the kids but pretty much similar to other theme parks. Air Travel: SAT or AUS. Non-stop flights from TPA, PIE, MCO and SFB Weather:. Expect 95-100 degrees. USF section will be on the sunny side. Alamo: Do it only, you need an hour. Literally about 300 feet from the Riverwalk. If you have a day trip planned. Try Fredericksburg, Boerne, Bandera, Wimberley, San Antonio Missions Parking on gameday: I used to find parking south of campus on the north side of downtown. Have not been to a game at UT in 10 years though. If you are in good shape the 3/4 mile walk to the stadium might be the way to go. Finally for you Football fanatics: SMU is at Texas State on the same day. Texas St is about 30 mins south of Austin on I-35 heading south towards San Antonio.
  14. How many of you were watching when the NFL (I think it was Gene Washington) in the 2001 draft called out three Bulls in a row? Picks 96-98 I remember and where I was watching as I literally could not believe it and fell out of my chair... Great memory for an upstart program...that would have been after four seasons of any type of college football.
  15. https://twitter.com/gunnar_g23/status/1252939066565328898?s=20
  16. Browsing the TV guide and stumbled on this. Tonight midnight to 3am on the ACC channel is the replay of South Florida at Georgia Tech 2019.
  17. One year to play. Immediately eligible. https://www.mlive.com/wolverines/2020/04/michigan-lb-devin-gil-to-transfer-to-south-florida.html
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