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Would you consider buying a ticket or two to the raffle that will award this to you or a fellow member of the board?

Each ticket purchase goes directly to our effort to raise $10K in "fan money" for the program.  Below is the link:

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  1. Type: Raffle


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    Board member @BDYZR offered this item for the Bulls Football Crowdfund Raffles in order to raise funds for USF Football and our $23 for 23 IPF effort. It is a Yuengling embroidered hat on which BDYZR collected many autographs (in the historical Yuengling Center) from members of the Men's and Women's Basketball teams. Autographs include key players and are in dark sharpie. See pictures (click to expand). In my review, I see autographs from Michael Durr, David Collins and LaQuincy Rideau among many others. According to BDYZR, the hat has been autographed by all of both men's and women's teams from last year. The pins on the sides of the hat remain with BDYZR, however. A nice addition to the man or woman cave for teams we know are on the rise and should have exceptional seasons in 2019-20. BDYZR will deliver in Tampa or take care of shipping if necessary. Your purchased raffle tickets for this item goes directly to the $23 for 23 fund and drives us towards our goal of $10,000 at the end of this month.
  4. BULLS' FOREIGN TOUR OF CANADA WILL BE 'ONCE-IN-A-LIFETIME' EXPERIENCE August 01, 2019 FOREIGN TOUR UPDATES: Be sure to follow USF men's basketball on Twitter @USFMBB for updates during its foreign tour of Canada that takes place Saturday through Friday, Aug. 9. By TOM ZEBOLD USF Senior Writer TAMPA, AUG. 1, 2019 – Four months after a postseason championship victory, record-breaking USF men's basketball is eager to face more competition and soak up the sights during its foreign tour of Canada that takes place Saturday through Friday, Aug. 9. "It's a great opportunity for our guys, a once-in-a-lifetime experience to go to two great cities in Montreal and Quebec City," head coach Brian Gregory said. "We'll play four very good teams." USF's first game since defeating DePaul in the 2019 College Basketball Invitational championship is against the University of Quebec 2 p.m. Sunday at Meagher Arena in Montreal. Action continues Monday, Aug. 5 with the Bulls taking on Laval University in a 7 p.m. game at PEPS Arena in Quebec City. "It's a long offseason, so every time we get to go out there and compete, we're just thankful for it," said forward Alexis Yetna, the 2019 American Athletic Conference Freshman of the Year. "We're excited about playing in Canada." USF will definitely be tested Wednesday, Aug. 7 during a 7 p.m. matchup with Carleton University at Place Bell Arena in Montreal. Carleton has won 14 national championships over the past 17 years and owns an all-time record of 44-31 against NCAA programs. "Canadian basketball is very good," said Gregory, who went on a foreign tour of Canada during his tenure as Dayton's head coach (2003-11). "These guys are usually a little bit older. They are able to practice year-round and they're very, very well-coached." The Bulls wrap up their four-game run Thursday, Aug. 8 at 6 p.m. against McGill University back at Montreal's Place Bell Arena. "We're just really hoping to go up there and play the best we can," said junior guard/forward Justin Brown of the Bulls, who get 10 summer practices to prepare for the foreign tour. "We've got the same team coming back next year with a few extra pieces." This upcoming season, USF returns all five starters, 92.4 percent of its scoring and 94.6 percent of its rebounding totals from the 2018-19 squad that hoisted the program's first postseason championship trophy since 1990. "Now we've got a core team," said Yetna, who started 34 games last season. "We just keep going forward and it feels good to see the progress from a year to another. We're very excited about having a lot of the team coming back." USF has been deemed a team on rise by numerous college basketball experts after completing the top turnaround in the NCAA last season with a school record 24 victories, 14 more than the Bulls' total in 2017-18. "I think we can definitely take this to the next level," said star junior guard David Collins, the 2019 College Basketball Invitational's Most Valuable Player. "We've just got to take it a day at a time, focus on getting better every day and all those things are going to come." Up-and-Coming Bulls Will Get Valuable Minutes Most of USF's returning starters will be in action during the foreign tour, but expect to see the Bulls' up-and-coming talent on the court often. During USF's press conference this week, Gregory mentioned the staff's plans to give 20-plus minutes each game to players like redshirt sophomore guard Ezacuras Dawson III (Miami), redshirt freshman forward Madut Akec(Bradenton, Fla.), junior forward Mayan Kiir (Bradenton, Fla.), senior forward Antun Maricevic (Zagreb, Croatia) and sophomore guard Rashun Williams(Arlington, Ga.). "It's a great opportunity for our guys, especially some of the guys we're going to be counting on that maybe didn't log in as many minutes, or different things like that," Gregory said. Rideau Update One standout who won't be getting playing time during the foreign tour is Laquincy Rideau. Rest of Story
  5. BASKETBALL SEASON TICKETS ON SALE NOW July 17, 2019 TAMPA, JULY 17, 2019 – USF men's and women's basketball season tickets are on sale now and are available for less than $6 per game. Fans can call or text 1-800-Go-Bulls or visit USFBullsTix.com to purchase season tickets and will have the opportunity to select the best seats at the best price, as well as exclusive benefits, for the full season before individual games go on sale to the public. Led by third-year head coach Brian Gregory, the men's team set a school record with 24 wins last season and notched the top turnaround in the NCAA by winning 14 more games than the season before. In addition, the Bulls captured the 2019 College Basketball Invitational championship to claim the program's first postseason championship since 1990. USF enters the season with all five starters back and a total of 92.4 percent of its scoring and 94.6 percent of its rebounding returning. The women's team was bitten by the injury bug in 2018-19, and still notched its eighth consecutive 19-win season, finishing 19-16 overall and 7-9 in American Athletic Conference play. Head coach Jose Fernandez earned his 350thcareer victory and two Bulls received all-conference honors before USF was selected to compete in the WNIT, extending its streak to 15 consecutive years in a postseason tournament. The Bulls fell in the second round to James Madison, which went on to the semifinals of the tournament. South Florida ended the season No. 6 in the country in rebound margin (+9.8), a consistent figure for the Bulls all season.
  6. Jon Rothstein‏Verified account @JonRothstein 6h6 hours ago More 2019 Cayman Islands Classic Bracket, per release: South Florida/Loyola-Chicago Nebraska/Washington State George Mason/Old Dominion Colorado State/New Mexico State
  7. The renewal/adding/relocate phase for current STHers is underway now. My sources indicate that the public will have the opportunity to buy new season ticket packages on Monday, July 8. Make a reminder. Be ready. This is a season you'll want to be in early.
  8. TAMPA, JUNE 6, 2019 – The USF men's basketball team will face its first opponents since winning the 2019 College Basketball Invitational later this summer when the Bulls travel to Canada August 3-9 for the team's Foreign Tour. USF begins play Sunday, Aug. 4 at 2 p.m. when the Bulls face the University of Quebec from Meagher Arena in Montreal. The Citadins finished the 2017-18 season with an 8-8 record in conference on their way to an appearance in the conference tournament finals. Center Alex Lochard was named the conference and National Rookie of the Year after leading the league with 18.5 points and 8.9 rebounds per game. Last summer, the Citadins faced two NCAA teams and were defeated by both Vermont and Maryland Eastern Shore. The Bulls will next make the short trip to Quebec City, Quebec, and play Laval University at PEPS Arena. Laval posted a 5-11 record last season and missed the playoffs for the first time in six seasons. Sam Houston State transfer Marc-Andre Fortin is the top returner for Laval after earning Second Team All-Conference honors a season ago. Fortin was selected to play team Team Canada this summer in Naples, Italy. Laval was victorious against NCAA foes South Carolina State and Florida A&M last summer. USF's toughest task north of the border comes Wednesday, Aug. 7 at 7 p.m. against Carleton from Place Bell Arena in Montreal. Carleton owns a 44-31 all-time record against NCAA teams and defeated Vanderbilt twice and Alabama once in 2017. In addition, the Ravens have only lost one regular season game over the last three seasons and have won 14 national championships and 11 conference championships over the last 17 years. Rest of article
  9. My apologies to those that may have seen this already. I don't remember a USF Bulls release. Cayman Islands Classic Mon.-Wed., Nov. 25-27: George Town, Cayman Islands (Jon Rothstein via Twitter) Teams (8): Colorado State Rams (MW), George Mason Patriots (A 10), Loyola Chicago Ramblers (MVC), New Mexico State Aggies (WAC), Old Dominion Monarchs (C-USA), South Florida Bulls (American), Washington State Cougars (Pac-12), 1 TBA Link
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    The site is seeking one member to, in an official capacity, score and oversee the upcoming 2019-2020 Basketball Prediction Contest. This requires: Commitment to contest maintenance and upkeep from October - April for all Bulls Basketball games Full and precise understanding of scoring methodology (unchanged from previous years) Timely recap of scores and identification of winners within 12 hours Occasional fill-in to create thread if not created by Admin at least 48 hours prior to game start The Basketball Prediction Contest is one of the longest running traditions at The Bulls Pen. It's the standard for USF Basketball prediction contests. At times, the contest has had more than 100 participants. The Basketball Prediction Contest Director will be responsible for maintaining the integrity of the contest - and, as importantly, the fun! This is a significant time commitment. I will provide a spreadsheet for scoring purposes, but keeping up with the 30+ games requires a personal commitment to the contest and fellow members! The Basketball Prediction Contest Director remains eligible to participate in the contest. If you can commit the time to managing the contest, please apply. Any questions can be direct to @Brad via PM.
  11. Some, solid pub from one of the best in CBB: ANDY KATZ, NCAA.COM CORRESPONDENT | APRIL 28, 2019 11 rising stars to watch for in the 2019-20 men's basketball season ... David Collins, G, South Florida Collins flew under the radar this season. He shouldn’t next as the Bulls are a legit contender to win the American. USF beat DePaul to claim the CBI title and Collins was a main reason why. Collins dropped 19 in the win over the Blue Demons in the title game. Collins scored 20 in one of the Bulls’ bigger wins of the season over Memphis in early February. The 6-3 guard shot 40 percent and averaged 15 a game. ... Link
  12. Please message or email me. Buying a loge box for the upcoming basketball season includes 8 seats, 2 parking passes, and food and beverage - that will include every single event that is held in the Yuengling Center throughout the season. More details available via messaging. Loge CENTERSTATE BANK LOGE PACKAGES INCLUDE: Dedicated loge attendant Inclusive food and beverage package including beer, wine and soda Personal Loge specialist to work through all the event details
  13. I think we were just a bit too young to make the NCAA this past year; we lost a lot of games due to youth and the lack of floor maturity. So, if we are to make the dance next year, what do we need to do? For me, if Kiir, Brown and Durr improve their games, we dance next year. (1) Kiir needs to be able to score more. I don't know what he needs to do but he just needs to add more points to his PT. (2) Brown is probably one of the best shooters on the team, a very natural shot. However, his scoring selection is a little iffy -he goes for too many 3s and passes up a lot of shots. And (3) Durr, I think he really picked up his game towards the end of the season. Man, if he improves that much more over the summer and into the start of the next season, look out! Yeah, I know, team-wise, our free throw % is bad... But our style is hustle bball and being tired probably has a lot to do with it. Bad excuse, I know! What about the rest of the roster? And what about the two new incoming guys? For sure, we'll miss Lang and Nik (moral support and one of the crew in practice). Holy crud, this is the first time in a long time that I can honestly say that I'm first a USF bball fan and then a USF football fan...
  14. From April 6, 2018 GREGORY EXCITED FOR 'PHASE TWO' AFTER BUILDING IN YEAR ONE April 06, 2018 By TOM ZEBOLD USF Senior Writer TAMPA, APRIL 6, 2018 – Head coach Brian Gregory, the architect of USF men's basketball, is excited about "phase two" of his program building project after laying a solid foundation in his first run with the Bulls. Just over a year after his introductory press conference, Gregory had a chance to reflect on the encouraging progress the improving Bulls made in 2017-18. Among the steps forward USF took were reaching double-digit victories for the first time since 2013-14 and tripling its conference win total from the prior season. "You've got to give the credit to the guys. The returners bought into a new system, a culture shift and a new way of doing things, and made great progress in the classroom, as people, as players during that time," Gregory said. "The new guys coming in, be it as a transfer from another program, or a freshman that didn't know what he was getting into, those guys all bought in as well and did a great job of embracing the total program of excellence thought," Gregory continued. "We're going to do our very best and do everything we can and need to do to be successful in the classroom, as a man, and as a player." Following Gregory's hard-working philosophy, Bulls across the board saw their games steadily grow by the time USF won consecutive conference contests to close out the regular season. That back-to-back league victory accomplishment hadn't been done by USF since 2016 and in the process, the Bulls handed Memphis its most lopsided home loss in 19 years. USF gave Memphis another tough battle in the first round of the conference tournament, a 79-77 loss that showed the future looks bright with a fantastic freshman. Conference all-rookie team member David Collins backed up his prestigious honor by becoming just the fifth freshman in USF history to score 30 points in a game. "You want to have a program that is always playing its best basketball in late February and March," Gregory said. "It's not the scale we want, but I thought you saw that." 'Phase Two' Components Achieving greater success down the road will require the Bulls to keep progressing in numerous key areas that Gregory has outlined for "phase two." EXCELLENCE IN CLASSROOM: Aside from taking positive steps on the court in 2017-18, Gregory's program pulled off an academic slam dunk in the fall by placing 11 student-athletes on the USF Athletics Honor Roll. Gregory has put a priority on making sure current and future Bulls stay on track to graduate in four years. Gregory also wants to make program history in academics as well. "We have some guys here, because of how well they did in their first year here, they're putting themselves in position down the road to become Academic All-Americans, to do some unique things that this program hasn't maybe seen before – the combination of the academic excellence and the excellence on the court," Gregory said. STRONG LEADERSHIP: Solid teams in any collegiate sport usually have a group of go-to student-athletes to guide the team when coaches aren't around. Now that USF's roster is used to Gregory's philosophy, he wants to develop a core leadership group and give more power to the players. "So many times in the situation we were in last year, just because of the dynamics of the team, it was tough for anybody to emerge as a true leader, or any group of guys to emerge as core leaders," Gregory said. "Either there was a newness to the program, or they were only going to be here 10 months, or they were young. I saw some potential with that and now we need to cultivate that. The best programs are player led. I think that's a big key." CLOSER, 'CONNECTED' TEAMMATES: Gregory knows having a close-knit group is something important for 2018-19 after the Bulls made initial progress in this area last season with a new-look roster. "I think a big thing always in the cultural shift we're trying to make is really emphasizing building great teammates and what it means to be a great teammate, a connected teammate," Gregory said. "I think that's a big part of what we need to really work on over this next year as well." BETTER BRAND OF BASKETBALL: Reaching 10 wins was a USF first since 2013-14, but Gregory and the Bulls want much more. Taking the next step in building a consistent winner will involve total dedication from every Bull on the roster to enhance their games. "The basketball piece (of phase two) is we're not good enough, so you've got to get better," Gregory said. "We had outstanding individual performances at times, but we have to get better. Our returning players all have to get better. We've got to get our new guys buying into the fact that every day is an opportunity to get better. We can't waste any time on that."
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