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  1. I know most of people think Gilbert is an idiot and he is the reason for last year's two losses...blah blah blah. I know that he is capable and with Barnett or either the other two backups can really put up 45 per game. We have good weapons out wide....a very good RB room, which I think is the key. I think if we can score early on GT that we can beat them...they will have a hard time matching us point for point. We will win that game by 2 td's.
  2. Did I miss something or are we still waiting for the season ticket packets. The season is right around the corner.
  3. AP Preseason rankings come out on Monday, here are a few that have been released so far. Matt Baker (TBT): 1. Clemson 2. Alabama 3. Wisconsin 4. Georgia 5. Ohio State 6. Washington 7. Penn State 8. Auburn 9. Oklahoma 10. Miami 11. Michigan 12. Notre Dame 13. Michigan State 14. Mississippi State 15. West Virginia 16. Stanford 17. TCU 18. Florida State 19. Texas 20. Boise State 21. USC 22. South Carolina 23. Oregon 24. Florida Atlantic 25. UCF Got to love the shade he added in his article: The AP doesn't give too many voting guidelines, but it does not that your "local team does not deserve any special handling" and that homerism "will be challenged and could lead to dismissal." Keep that in mind, USF fans." Brett McMurphy: Bama Clem Wisc Wash OhioSt UGA OU Stan MichSt PennSt Aub Mich USC ND WVU Miami MissSt UF FSU BC TCU Boise Utah Texas FAU Joe Wilner (Mercury News): Bama, Clem, Wisc, Miami, UGA, Mich St, Wash, Oh St, Oregon, Penn St, Okla, UCF, TCU, Auburn, Boise, Mich, UF, Stan, VTech, FAU, Notre, USCal, Tex, Zona, FSU Keith Sargeant (NJ.com): Bama, Clem, UGA, Oh St, Wisc, Okla, Wash, Penn St, Miami, Notre, Auburn, Mich St, Stan, USCal, Mich, TCU, VTech, WVU, LSU, UCF, Tex, FSU, Miss St, Boise, Ok St Kellis Robinett (Wichita Eagle): Bama, Clem, UGA, Wash, Miami, OhSt, Wisc, Penn St, WVU, Notre, Auburn, Mich St, Stan, Mich, USCal, VTech, TCU, Miss St, Tex, FSU, UCF, Boise, Oregon, FAU
  4. August 16, 2018 By TOM ZEBOLD USF Senior Writer TAMPA, AUG. 16, 2018 – Although he's seemingly seen it all and done it all in football, Shaun King continues to grow and evolve with the game as a valuable Bull on Charlie Strong's coaching staff. One of the first true dual-threat collegiate quarterbacks, the former record-breaking playmaker at Tulane had a successful six-year NFL career that included a Super Bowl win with Tampa Bay. Nearly 10 years after officially hanging up his cleats, King joined the USF staff as a quarterbacks coach in 2016 and he's expanding his skills in his second season as the Bulls' running backs coach. "I made the transition well," King said. "I got to see the game from another vantage point. Whatever Coach Strong asks me to do, I'm going to go and give him my best effort." King's hard-working mentality made him a big hit in his running back coaching debut in 2017. USF became the only team in the nation with three players to rush for 800 yards or more while the Bulls ranked eighth nationally in rushing offense (264.1 ypg). Read on
  5. I think this looks pretty accurate. Elon is probably going to be tougher than most of us are giving them credit. https://collegefootballnews.com/2018/08/usf-vs-elon-fearless-prediction-game-preview
  6. Nick Carroll

    Ready to start Tailgating

    I know everyone is looking forward to the season. But I am just as excited for tailgating. My group spends as much if not more preparing and tailgating as we do watching the games. It is also much more social. In the stadium you might talk or engage with people around you but tailgating you walk around and meet people, run into people you know, etc. Each year we try to add to the tailgate to make it that much better. Last year it was a generator, fan and TV. This year we are bringing a trailer. What kind of food do you guys make at tailgates? What is your go to Music? What have you found is your best lot to tailgate. Usually the food varies. I have done burgers, brats, steaks etc. My go to Music is typically country but we mix it up. After moving around a lot in the first year I like Lot 7. It is grass so it is not as hot as parking in a concrete lot. It is pretty wide open, close to the stadium and the Bulls Zone.
  7. Version 1.0.0


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  8. View this giveaway 2 Tickets USF vs. Elon with Club Access This is a member giveaway of two seats to USF vs. Elon. All members (minimum 1 posts) free to enter, but PLEASE make sure tickets are used! Section 127 Row U Seats 19 and 20 Aisle SEATS These seats have CLUB ACCESS!! These are for one game only - USF/Elon For more tickets visit USFBullsTix.com Submitter Brad Expiration Date 10 days and 7 hours Submitted 08/11/2018 Category Member Giveaway  
  9. Since we only have 1(I thinks) sports radio(WDAE 620), we should dominate the call in. I usually cannot in the morning as I am in the office by 6 or 6:30 at the latest. Seems that have their agenda/script first thing. I can call after work, 5 thru 6. Who else ? And who are the targets on social media? Is twitter the best way ? We can not just sit back and complain about not hearing more BULL on the radio . . . We have to push and take our voices to the Front Line! STAMPEDE !!! . . Go BULLS !!! Wish I could change the colors . . .
  10. An assemblage of preseason information and speculation about each of the Bulls opponents, beginning with the Elon Phoenix. Elon official site: Phoenix Tabbed Fifth in CAA Football Poll BALTIMORE, Md. – Elon University football players Warren Messer and CJ Toogood were among the players named to the 2018 CAA Football Preseason All-Conference Team during the league's annual Media Day festivities at M&T Bank Stadium, home of the Baltimore Ravens, on Tuesday, July 25. The league also announced its preseason predicted order of finish, which placed the Phoenix fifth in the 12-team conference.Messer, a linebacker who hails from Garner, N.C., earned All-America honors from both STATS FCS and Phil Steele following his junior campaign. He finished 10th in the voting for the 2017 Buck Buchanan Award and ended the year ranked 25th nationally with 9.5 tackles per game. Elon's first CAA Football first-team all-conference performer, Messer posted a team-best 114 total tackles, including 11.0 for a loss and 5.5 sacks. He intercepted two passes and broke up three others, while forcing two fumbles. He also posted a team-high eight quarterback hurries. Messer posted 10 or more tackles in each of Elon's first five games in 2017, including a career-best 15 tackles in a league win at No. 6 Richmond. He had seven total double-digit tackle performances a year ago. In the Phoenix's victory over William & Mary, he had eight tackles, which included a sack for a safety. His interception at Rhode Island sealed a one-point victory for Elon. In a victory at No. 13 Villanova, Messer finished with five total tackles, including 3.0 for a loss and a pair of sacks.Toogood, a senior offensive lineman who hails from Holly Springs, N.C., helped the Phoenix run for 1,819 yards and score 13 rushing touchdowns last season. He was a second-team all-conference selection as a junior. Elon's rushing attack concluded the season ranked fourth in the conference and 56th nationally with 164.5 rushing yards per game. The offensive line group helped the Phoenix to rank fourth in the league with just 23 sacks allowed.The league's coaches and media relations directors selected Elon to finish fifth in the conference in 2018, the highest preseason selection for the program since joining CAA Football. The Phoenix earned 168 total points and picked up one first-place vote. James Madison earned 21 first-place votes and was chosen to repeat as conference champion. New Hampshire, Delaware and Stony Brook were picked to finish between the Phoenix and Dukes.Elon enters the 2018 campaign off of an 8-4 season in which the Phoenix made its second-ever appearance in the FCS Playoffs. Under first-year coach Curt Cignetti, Elon posted a six-game improvement from 2016 to 2017. Cignetti was named the CAA Football Coach of the Year and the team featured six all-conference players and the CAA Offensive Rookie of the Year. The Phoenix defeated four ranked opponents and made its first appearance in the national polls since the 2010 campaign. The team won eight straight games during the season, the fourth longest such streak within a season in the history of the program.2018 Preseason All-CAA Football TeamOffenseQB – Trevor Knight, New Hampshire (Preseason Offensive Player of the Year)RB – Kani Kane, DelawareRB – Marcus Marshall, James MadisonFB – Cal Daniels, Stony BrookWR – Dejon Brissett, RichmondWR – Neil O'Connor, New HampshireWR – Aaron Parker, Rhode IslandTE – Charles Scarff, DelawareOL – Mario Farinella, DelawareOL – Ethan Greenidge, VillanovaOL – Jahee Jackson, James MadisonOL – CJ Toogood, ElonOL – John Yarbrough, RichmondDefenseDL – Darrious Carter, James MadisonDL – Andrew Clyde, RichmondDL – Brandon Ginnetti, Rhode IslandDL – Kayon Whitaker, MaineLB – Quinlen Dean, New HampshireLB – Shayne Lawless, Stony BrookLB – Warren Messer, ElonLB – Troy Reeder, DelawareS – Nasir Adderley, DelawareS – Rob Rolle, VillanovaCB – Jimmy Moreland, James MadisonCB – Rashad Robinson, James Madison (Preseason Defensive Player of the Year)Special TeamsKR – Earnest Edwards, MainePR – Donovan McDonald, AlbanyPK – Griffin Trau, RichmondP – Harry O'Kelly, James MadisonSPEC – Mazai Nelson, Maine2018 Preseason Poll1. James Madison (21 first-place votes) – 241 points2. New Hampshire (2) – 2063. Delaware – 1824. Stony Brook – 1695. Elon (1) – 1686. Villanova – 1647. Richmond – 1278. Maine – 819. Albany – 7810. Towson – 7411. William & Mary – 5512. Rhode Island – 39
  11. An assemblage of preseason information and speculation about each of the Bulls opponents, featuring Game 2 opponent the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets. ACC official site: www.wralsportsfan.com Breaking down the ACC preseason ballot: Coastal Division By Bob Holliday, WRALSportsFan columnist Georgia Tech During the decade of the Paul Johnson system in Atlanta, we have seen years where the skill players return but operate behind an inexperienced offensive line; and we have seen seasons where a veteran line opens the holes, but for a quarterback and running backs who are still learning the reads in Johnson’s unique option attack. In 2018, GT can count veterans all the way around: Quarterback, A Back, B Back and in the offensive line. The one big loss from last year is wide receiver Ricky Jeune. Jeune was a game breaker, to be sure. But think about it, doesn’t Johnson always seem to find that one guy, DeMaryius Thomas, Stephen Hill, DeAndre Smelter or Jeune, who gets open behind the secondary several times a game when Johnson’s quarterback (TaQuon Marshall in 2018) pulls the ball back after a long series of run options and throws downfield? This will be a tough offense to stop. Defensively, GT has changed coordinators and systems. Look for the Yellow Jackets to attack now, rather than read and react, in an effort to generate more turnovers.GT must replace its entire secondary, and that suggests the Jackets may give up some big plays in their new defense. Still, this is a team that will keep the ball for long stretches of the game and will be difficult to outscore. Link
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    This is a member giveaway of two seats to USF vs. Elon. All members (minimum 1 posts) free to enter, but PLEASE make sure tickets are used! Section 127 Row U Seats 19 and 20 Aisle SEATS These seats have CLUB ACCESS!! These are for one game only - USF/Elon For more tickets visit USFBullsTix.com
  13. PLEASE NOTE - edited to move to Yahoo pickem games, you may have to re-join. I am setting up three Pick 'em contests on CBS Yahoo: NFL pick 'em every game every week (w/spread), entry $15 College pick 'em AP Top 25 every week (w/spread), entry $15 AAC pick 'em Every AAC game every week (w/spread), entry $15 NFL picks - https://football.fantasysports.yahoo.com/pickem/7416/memberlist College AP Top 20 - https://football.fantasysports.yahoo.com/college/2794/1 AAC games - https://football.fantasysports.yahoo.com/college/2795 Any of you high rollers want another pool, let me know. I'm a commish. 😉 These are open to join...I won't change the $ entry once people join, but I may have some other maintenance to do to prepare for the NFL and college season. Join in, it should be fun! All monies gathered by me (it looks like, I'll set up a Paypal button), but CBS tracks winners, losers payouts. Is $15 about right if someone wants to play all three? Share your thoughts, please.
  14. Round one of Bulls Q and A, starting with the legend of the USF airwaves, Jim Louk. From GoUSFBulls.com: Since 1983, Jim Louk has been the voice of USF Athletics. Louk came to USF that year as the radio play-by-play announcer for the USF men's basketball team and served as the lead voice until the conclusion of the 1996-97 season. He then made the transition to football in USF's inaugural 1997 campaign, and still serves as the team's play-by-play announcer today. You've seen a number of his written features over the years as well. Questions for Jim can range from this season to waaaaaaay back in the beginning of Bulls Football. Jim's Q&A from last season Please get your questions in as fast as you can. Feel free to post them here or email using this email link. My goal is to turn the questions in to Jim be end of day Wednesday, August 15th. Thanks, Brad
  15. He is your problem Ohio State. Goodbye Urban 😯
  16. Just found out!!! BULLSRALLY -Sunday, Aug 5th. 1-4 PM. Live at Capogna's Dugout (1653 Gulf to Bay Blvd, Clearwater) W/ Coach Charlie Strong. Tell Your Friends! And as Always, Go BULLS!!! More details soon. More info www.bullsrally.com or usfmutt1@gmail.com
  17. QB Battle Still A Hot Topic For USF As Fall Camp Opens Tonight By Allison Leslie - August 3, 2018 Head coach Charlie Strong will start his second season with the USF Bulls in their first practice of fall camp tonight. With the season opener now less than a month away many are still wondering who is going to fill former USF quarterback Quinton Flowers’ shoes? During Spring practices, USF saw battles between junior Brett Kean and sophomore Chirs Oladokun. In fact, as both competed to fill the vacant spot many thought Kean, who served as a backup to Flowers, was going to be named the confident starter. Rest of Story by Allison
  18. CAMP QUICK HITS: GILBERT'S OFFENSE PACKED WITH PLAYMAKERS August 05, 2018 By TOM ZEBOLD USF Senior WriterTAMPA, AUG. 5, 2018 – Sterlin Gilbert's up-tempo attack helped USF once again rank among the top-10 offenses nationally in 2017 and the Bulls are still going full speed ahead through three fall camp practices.With six returners back, USF's offense has been getting rapid-fire reps and the biggest observation so far has been the plethora of playmakers the Bulls have at the skill positions."There's a lot of talent over there at receiver, at running back, at the tight end spot," Gilbert said Sunday. "We've got a lot of really good players and we've just got to continue to get better."Getting better is a bit easier this fall with 20 experienced lettermen returning for year two of Gilbert's progressing offense that most Bulls now have down pat."It's really advantageous for the young guys that are coming in because they're getting to see guys do it right on tape. They're hearing and understanding the language," Gilbert said.Although USF's offensive line and skill positions have plenty of starting experience, the Bulls are looking for a new quarterback to replace record-breaking Quinton Flowers, who is now a Cincinnati Bengal. The camp battle between Chris Oladokun (Tampa), Brett Kean (Lakewood, Ohio) and Blake Barnett (Corona, Calif.) has been a good one so far and all three will get plenty of opportunities to win the job this fall."What we're going to do is just continue to work and rotate those guys. We're nowhere close to making a decision on that," Gilbert said. "I really have not set a time frame on it. We're just trying to get guys to knock the rust back off and get back into the groove of things. That's what we've been able to do over the last three days."Camp Quick Hits BULLS GET SPECIAL VISITORS: Ahead of his first official day on the job, USF Vice President of Athletics Michael Kelly was at Sunday's first padded practice of the fall to support head coach Charlie Strong's football program. USF head baseball coach Billy Mohl also was in attendance. DILE HEADS BACK TO CAMPUS:The Bulls got a big boost on Sunday seeing former USF standout offensive lineman Marc Dile, who played for the program from 2005-08. Dile went on suit up for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and spent his final three pro seasons in the CFL with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats and Winnipeg Blue Bombers from 2012-15. Back on campus and close to his Riverview home, Dile was impressed by the growth of USF's facilities, the Bulls' new adidas gear and the team's intensity. "I love what I see. I love the aggressiveness. I love the work that I'm seeing right now," he said. Dile also loves the direction the program is heading after consecutive double-digit win seasons and a pair of bowl victories over Power Five foes. "To know the grind that it took to get this program to where it is right now and to keep it at this steady pace, that's the No. 1 goal and these guys are doing a phenomenal job," Dile said. TIGHT ENDS DO DAMAGE: Perhaps the most popular target for quarterbacks at camp so far has been Mackey Award candidate Mitchell Wilcox (Tarpon Springs, Fla.) while younger tight ends are emerging. Freshman Chris Carter(Tarpon Springs, Fla.) covered about 30 yards over the middle on a pass from Brett Kean on Sunday. Kean also found redshirt freshman Frederick Lloyd Jr. (Tifton, Ga.) for a big gain during seven-on-seven action. "We've got a lot of young guys who are very capable," Wilcox said. BELL BREAKS OUT: The top offensive play of Sunday belonged to redshirt freshman back Duran Bell Jr. (Tampa) who exploded through a hole, cut to the outside and left defenders in the dust during a 76-yard touchdown run. SECONDARY GETS ITS PICKS: Senior secondary leader Ronnie Hoggins Jr. (Coconut Creek, Fla.) intercepted a pass early in Sunday's action and another was made by a freshman. JaJuan Cherry (Okeechobee, Fla.) made a leaping pick on a deep ball near the sideline. Cherry also has been getting work behind Hoggins at the nickel spot. PRO SCOUT WATCH: Three NFL teams checked out the Bulls during the first two days of camp and pro attention continued Sunday with a scout from the CFL's Ottawa Redblacks. Up NextThe Bulls return to the Morsani Football Practice Complex for their fourth session of fall camp Monday at 10 a.m. Link
  19. THEY'RE BACK: STRONG'S BULLS OPEN FALL CAMP ON OLD STOMPING GROUNDS August 03, 2018 By TOM ZEBOLDUSF Senior WriterTAMPA, AUG. 3, 2018 – Year two of the Charlie Strong era at USF officially began under the beautiful Bay Area evening sky with the Bulls getting right down to business Friday.Equipped with 11 starters returning from last season's 10-2 squad, USF kicked off fall camp with a workmanlike two-hour practice while players zoomed all over the field in their new adidas gear."You had the whole summer where guys are able to get in shape and work in the weight room with our strength staff. To have the first day, I'm just excited," Strong said. "We have a really good freshman class in here. We lost a lot of seniors last year, but we return a lot. I'm just really excited about what we have and I'm looking forward to them coming back tomorrow."Excitement started even before the first whistle when the Bulls made the walk beyond their usual practice digs at the Morsani Football Complex to USF's recreational fields. For the first nine practices of fall, Strong's Bulls will be training on the same fields where USF football began preparing for the inaugural 1997 season and for several years after."We love going there. That's a tradition that started this football program," said senior cornerback Ronnie Hoggins (Coconut Creek, Fla.). "We love going out there because those guys laid the foundation for this program. That's something we instilled and we appreciate those guys that laid the foundation for us."The original Bulls are certainly proud of what the program has recently accomplished. USF secured its second straight bowl victory over a Power Five foe in 2017 and continued on a school record run of 20 straight weeks in the top 25."The momentum carries on," Strong said. "You look at 11 wins two years ago and 10 wins last year. That's what's exciting, what we have, and just the excitement within the program."Ball-Hawking Secondary Makes PlaysSuited up in fresh adidas jerseys and shorts, USF jumped right into 11-on-11 action to begin Friday's practice. Quarterbacks aggressively letting it rip on day 1 allowed the Bulls' swarming secondary to make plays right away.Redshirt freshman cornerback Bentlee Sanders (Tampa) snatched a bobbled pass away from a receiver early in the action and hauled in his second interception on a deflected throw later in practice.Fiery coordinator Brian Jean-Mary's much improved 2017 defense ranked second nationally with 20 interceptions and USF is hungry for more takeaways in Jean-Mary's second run with the Bulls."We always set our goals higher than what they were last year. We always want to top last year," said senior cornerback Ronnie Hoggins, who had two picks last season.QB Battle BeginsChris Oladokun (Tampa), Brett Kean (Lakewood, Ohio) and Blake Barnett (Corona, Calif.) all made plays in their own ways at the beginning of USF's starting quarterback competition.Oladokun and Kean both did the most damage with their feet on several smooth scrambles for first downs. Barnett, a graduate transfer from Arizona State, completed the prettiest pass of the night by finding Mackey Award candidate Mitchell Wilcox (Tarpon Springs, Fla.) with a perfect over-the-shoulder throw for a 25-yard touchdown."It's a competitive battle there. Plus, it just makes our team better when they just see another good player stepping out there," Strong said. "Those guys all respect each other, so it's going to be fun just watching them going out and competing."Healthy Bulls Back in ActionEvery Bull on the roster was anxious to finally begin fall camp and the feeling was extra special for student-athletes returning from injuries.Senior starting left tackle Eric Mayes was a full go Friday after missing the spring with a meniscus repair he had done to his left knee."I felt really great today," said Mayes, who started all 12 games last year. "… Now that I'm back, I feel excited and I loved the atmosphere we had today. It was a great practice and I was excited to be back out there."Receivers Ryeshene Bronson (Fort Myers, Fla.) and Stanley Clerveaux (North Miami, Fla.) were eased back into action during the spring and both looked healthier than ever Friday. Clerveaux got the offense going early by snagging a pair of passes early on, one in diving fashion.As for the Bulls as a whole, Strong was happy to see his healthy squad all participate in the fall camp opener."I don't think that we have anyone standing on the sidelines," he said. "We have an excellent medical staff and they were able to get the guys back out and get them going."NFL Scouts Watch the Bulls WorkThe Kansas City Chiefs and Cincinnati Bengals were the first teams to check out USF's talent this fall with scouts attending Friday's practice.Up NextThe Bulls quickly hit the locker room Friday night to prepare for what's ahead. USF returns to the recreational fields Saturday for another practice session at 10 a.m."Tomorrow morning is going to be a good turnaround," Strong said. "Those guys got to get in bed tonight, get some rest, and get ready to go to work tomorrow." Report
  20. Does anyone have any insight or video of Barnett throwing in Summer Camp...I know it's all about conditioning but the kids usually get together and throw on their own. Surely someone has a sister or brother that has a cousin that is related to the trainer who is dating the ball girl that just broke up with the equipment guy who has a crush on Barnett's wife.
  21. Rb's, WR, DL, QB, DB,OL, LB, K The first two are hands down better...with the addition of Barnett, it think 3-6 is a toss up....Last two need help and I'm not sure if we don't get a surprise of a grad transfer late in the game on Friday.