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Just a note to point out our TBP-initiated drive to raise funds for the Bulls Football IPF - doing our share, and more.  Please consider donating at least $23 to the effort, and passing on to others as well.  You can read more about the project at the link above.  

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  1. Hey, to help pass the time, I wanted to renew this page: https://www.thebullspen.com/game-videos It hosts a number of links to YouTube videos that member @python815 and others have posted over the years. YouTube did take down some, so I can’t promise all links work, but I’ll be combing through later this weekend. Also, here is the thread that started it all - it contains some video links not incorporated into the video page above: Enjoy some Bulls Football from past seasons.
  2. Brad

    USF Bulls Football Fan Fest

    News Article GoUSFBulls.com
  3. 06/20/2019 Tampa, Fl - The University of South Florida Football Program announced the official date and time of the 2019 USF Football Fan Fest. It will take place on August 10 at 2 p.m. inside the on campus Yuengling Center. Fan Fest provides USF Football fans of all ages to meet players, take pictures and collect autographs. The 2019 Bulls football team will be in attendance waiting to greet fans. Last year's fan fest was utilized to debut new Adidas USF football uniforms. This year the uniforms were released just before the announcement of the Fan Fest. Also, in previous Fan Fest's there has been a gear sale included in the events. More information to come on this Fan Fest. 2018 Fan Fest Image Gallery Mark your calendars or use the reminder functionality of out calendar here at The Bulls Pen, to manage your Bulls events! View full story
  4. 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
  5. We are going to win by 13!! Reasons: I think we will get out early and be up by 14 at the half. Kerwin Bell is that impressive and we bulked up and added enough size and talent from the portal to stop a heavy run offense. I think Studstill will be a man on a mission in the Box. The DL is much improved and will have depth. We are good on the ends. My only concern is lb play and with Macon coming in and Greer, Broyles (sp) Lainge and Mims...hopefully the DL can keep the guards off of them Secondary: Studstill, Burnett, Lapointe and Hampton...All are capable and can tackle in space. Davis and Evans can provide relief. If Sails is eligible then Hampton will have to elevate his game and tackle better. I'm curious on Waller, Leacock and Kirby. If we start Sanders or Roberts in the secondary it will be a very long afternoon. I still think that 2 or 3 more will show up from portal.
  6. Project will expire in 2 months and 7 days

    Join the $23 for 23 fundraising effort to benefit USF Football and the Indoor Practice Facility. This crowdfunding effort is open to all members and guests. Feel free to forward to your Bulls friends and family. Targeted donation per person is $23 per ticket or more. Those seeking to make a significant donation and wishing to receive the tax benefit may reach out to Brad in order to provide appropriate info to the USF Athletics program. This effort grew from E.T.'s post of April 7, 2019: E.T.'s vision was what if every season ticket holder donated $23 for our 23rd season of USF Football? This would be significant if we could start on this board and spread this to all season ticket holders. Perhaps even some non-season ticket holders would contribute and even purchase tickets! This effort is approved by USF and Brad will provide full reporting to board member and Athletics staff member John Lewis.
  7. View this project $23 for 23 years of Bulls Football - Build the IPF Join the $23 for 23 fundraising effort to benefit USF Football and the Indoor Practice Facility. This crowdfunding effort is open to all members and guests. Feel free to forward to your Bulls friends and family. Targeted donation per person is $23 per ticket or more. Those seeking to make a significant donation and wishing to receive the tax benefit may reach out to Brad in order to provide appropriate info to the USF Athletics program. This effort grew from E.T.'s post of April 7, 2019: E.T.'s vision was what if every season ticket holder donated $23 for our 23rd season of USF Football? This would be significant if we could start on this board and spread this to all season ticket holders. Perhaps even some non-season ticket holders would contribute and even purchase tickets! This effort is approved by USF and Brad will provide full reporting to board member and Athletics staff member John Lewis. Donation Goal $10,000.00 Expiration Date 3 months and 8 days Submitter Brad Submitted 05/11/2019 Category USF Football  
  8. First attempt in 2019 to smoke out @BigShoop
  9. Marquez Valdes-Scantling is likely to start opposite Davante Adams, according to a report from ESPN’s Rob Demovsky. (Rob Demovsky on Twitter) Fantasy Impact: According to the report, Valdes-Scantling has impressed in training camp and looks poised to be the Packers’ No. 2, opposite Davante Adams. The former has received praise from Adams, who said, “I think this offense is really catered for a guy like him.” Valdes-Scantling was impressive in limited action last season as a rookie, catching 38 balls for 581 yards and two scores, and notching a pair of 100-yard games. His role as the No. 2 comes at the expense of Geronimo Allison (who is likely to play primarily in the slot) and Jake Kumerow. With a healthy Aaron Rodgers and the support of coaches and teammates, Valdes-Scantling could be in for a big leap in production in his second year, making him a value pick at his current ADP of WR57. https://www.espn.com/blog/green-bay-packers/post/_/id/47306/packers-new-offense-catered-to-wr-like-marquez-valdes-scantling
  10. I'm anxious to see if any new faces appear under the media radar. Also, if all the transfers showed up and who all moved on.
  11. I think CCS has done an exceptional job using the portal to address immediate needs. I'm hoping 2 or 3 more will show up in the summer or fall that are immediately eligible. My concerns after last year were backers and secondary. We had 2 serviceable dbs returning. Getting Burnett and Studstill was a coup. It will allow Hampton and Lapointe to develop without as much pressure. Davis will be serviceable and if Sails is eligible...lookout! Adding Macon to play the middle was huge! Greer and Browles can develop and has added size. Might be surprised as a true freshman..The staff seems to be high on Mims ...and he played decent in the Spring game. If we can get off the field on 3rd down I have great confidence in the offense this year. I would like to get another rb for insurance and at least 1 ol.
  12. Prefer conference title OR NY6 bowl? Obviously we'd prefer both but they could be mutually exclusive down the line ..... (Puc, don't even bother responding) No conference title needed for New Year’s bowl? AAC chief likes idea By Joey Knight Published Yesterday While convening with several American Athletic Conference administrators just outside Dallas the last two days, Commissioner Mike Aresco raised a question he hopes the league athletic directors will seriously contemplate. If a Power Five team doesn’t have to win its conference to reach the College Football Playoff (see Alabama, 2017), why should a Group of Five team need a conference crown to play on New Year’s Day? “It’s a debate worth having,” Aresco said. Related: AAC chief applauds USF’s non-conference schedule Under current CFP guidelines, the highest-ranked Group of Five conference champion earns a spot in a New Year’s Six bowl game. Aresco actually pushed for the G5 slot ― and begrudgingly accepted the stipulations ― several years ago, as the Big East and BCS were dissolving. “As much as we didn’t like it, I needed to make sure we had a shot at New Year’s Day,” he said. But as recent history has indicated, the top-ranked G5 conference champ may not be the best G5 team. Rest of article
  13. With all of the talk and excitement (and, if you are a petty, salty little b*tch to the east, controversy) surrounding USF's future football scheduling, I think it is important to put the new scheduling philosophy into context given the realities of our lease/stadium situation. Our lease with the Tampa Sports Authority, which went into effect for the 2017 season and runs through the 2027 season (6 years with a 5 year option), states that USF will play at least 6 home games per season at Raymond James. USF only has to pay the direct cost of game day expenses. For games where just the lower bowl is open, that runs about $200,000 per game, and I would imagine that games with the upper deck open adds another $50,000 per deck in direct expenses ($300,000 max in direct expenses). For the first 6 games, USF gets to keep all of the money generated from ticket sales (minus the lesser of 8% of the ticket price or $2.50 per ticket). For a seventh game, USF would only get 20% of net revenues after all direct expenses and licensing fees are paid by TSA. So it would appear that there is even less of a financial incentive for USF to host 7 home games in a season. USF doesn't generate any revenue from concession sales or parking, other than the parking spaces they are allocated for donors. Average attendance in 2017 was 31,400, and 2018 climbed to 38,500. Included in these numbers are non-revenue seats (students and comps), so USF probably averaged around 28,000 in actual ticket sales over the last two seasons. Assuming an average ticket cost of around $32.50, USF would generate $910,000 per game in total revenue from ticket sales. From that, they pay TSA about $200,000 for use of the stadium, and another $70,000 or so for the ticket surcharge, leaving an average net revenue of $640,000. Then you have to factor in the cost of the guarantee for the FCS opponents. That runs around $400,000 to $500,000. If USF is paying that out, then they are clearing about $200,000 from those FCS home games. Typically, against a G5 or P5 program they pay out $250,000 to cover travel costs, so for those games the net is around $400,000. In an average 6 home game season, USF likely generates around $2.2 million TOTAL for the season in net revenues from ticket sales. Given the terms of the lease, it makes more sense for USF to take a road "pay-day-game" over a 6th or 7th home game against an FCS foe or a lower-tier P5 program. For instance, the Alabama game in 2026 will pay USF $1 million. After deducting the $250,000 in travel expenses, the program will still net around $750,000. USF couldn't clear that much money even if it sold out the entire lower bowl, which we aren't able to do right now against lesser competition. The $1.9 million we are getting paid by Texas for the 2020 game is even more significant. Without a hefty ticket price increase, it would be IMPOSSIBLE for us to net $1,650,000 from any home game. Subtracting 12,500 student seats from Raymond James' capacity of roughly 66,000, leaves only 53,500 revenue generating tickets. The most we could net in that situation would be $1,350,000 or so. Assuming a sell-out against Florida and Alabama, those games will net us almost $1,000,000 more per game than we have been averaging over the past two seasons. That is without consideration to the increased revenues received by requiring the purchase of mini-game plans or season tickets in order to secure tickets for those marquee games.
  14. Not done yet? Give me mo baby. “And from what I am told...#USF isn't done yet.“
  15. Per VP of Athletics Michael Kelly during his interview on 95.3 WDAE this morning, the IPF has raised just north of $19 million in funding. Based on the initial announced required funding, that would put us just short of halfway funded.
  16. How do you compare Battle and McCloud in comparison to Flowers in the first year? Arm Strength? Mobility? Ability to extend plays? At this stage I think all three possess different measurables and immeasurable. If KB stays the newbies will have more weapons and a more dynamic offense l.
  17. $23 per ticket towards our IPF, it would be a huge boost! $23 for our 23rd Season of Football. Let's do it in August! STAMPEDE !!!
  18. Bulls Week 2 Game at Georgia Tech Set For 2 P.M. Kick on ACC Network TAMPA, MAY 15, 2019 – The USF football team's Week 2 game at Georgia Tech has been set for a 2 p.m. kickoff and will be televised on the ACC Network, the ACC announced on Thursday. Rest of article
  19. To actually go into the fall and have complete confidence in all three QBs!!! The sentiment was not that way last year at this time.
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