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  1. Mayor Castor decided to recognize the Bulls for their achievements including winning both the regular-season, and AAC tournament titles. USF ATHLETICS PHOTO April 8, 2021 8:42 am by Richard Silva, SPORTS CO-EDITOR Tampa Mayor Jane Castor proclaimed April 8 as “USF Women’s Basketball Day” to commemorate and give credit to the Bulls for winning their first ever AAC tournament title, among other accomplishments. A portion of the celebration will include Castor awarding the team with a proclamation at 4 p.m. in the brick courtyard between Old City Hall and the T
  2. Sails, Hampton among those participating in USF Pro Day March 30, 2021 5:16 pm by Richard Silva, SPORTS CO-EDITOR In preparation for the upcoming NFL Draft and undrafted free agent process that follows, USF football will conduct its Pro Day on Thursday to give eight former Bulls the opportunity to showcase their talents. The players participating from the 2020 team include quarterback Noah Johnson, running back Odunayo Seriki, wide receiver DeVontres Dukes and cornerbacks KJ Sails and Mike Hampton. From the 2019 team, running back Jordan Cronkrite, offensive tackle Marcus
  3. A nice Game Eve feature on the Bulls' Devontres Dukes from the student newspaper. DeVontres Dukes’ revival September 18, 2020 10:58 am by Richard Silva, Correspondent After an incredibly disappointing second half of the 2018 season in which the Bulls went 0-6 in their final six games, then-coach Charlie Strong dismissed 11 players. The official reason given for the suspensions was unspecified violations of team rules. Reports also claimed that the 11 players suspended were unlikely to return to the team for the following season. Now, two years later, only one of
  4. USF football questions ahead of Week 2 September 14, 2020 8:35 pm by Matthew Krawczyk, Correspondent With The Fighting Irish on the clock, here are some of the biggest questions heading into Week 2. Who will be the starting quarterback? Jordan McCloud played most of the game, going 11-of-16 with a touchdown and three carries for 3 yards. His performance against the Bulldogs put him at the top of the USF quarterback rankings, but his starting role isn’t fully guaranteed. Two other quarterbacks got some time as well. Noah Johnson went 3-of-4 for 24 yards and made seven car
  5. Spencer: ‘We have to make up a lot of lost time.’ August 11, 2020 5:08 pm by Nolan Brown, Sports Editor New defensive coordinator Glenn Spencer has a lot to accomplish between now and the start of the season. With four full practices under his defense’s belt, there’s a lot of growth to be done, according to Spencer. “We got some guys that are out of shape,” he said. “Obviously, days like this test us and expose that, so we got a long ways to go.” Spencer’s defensive scheme isn’t much different than last year’s setup under former coordinator Brian Jean-Mary, according
  6. Barnett buys into Bell’s new offense By Steven Gerardy, Staff Writer On April 10, 2019 One thing that has been made clear by new offensive coordinator Kerwin Bell is that USF’s offense will be run differently next season. Returning quarterback Blake Barnett doesn’t want to dwell on the past. He said Bell’s new scheme gives the signal callers more of an opportunity to open up the offense to its playmakers. “I don’t really want to talk too much about last year’s offense,” Barnett said. “This year’s offense is more of a pro-style concept, which is good, beca
  7. CHAMPIONS AT LAST Bulls defeat DePaul in Game 3 of CBI final to capture first championship since 1990 By Brian Hattab, Assistant Sports Editor On April 5, 2019 USF's victory in the CBI final marks the Bulls' first championship since the 1990 Sun Belt Tournament. SPECIAL TO THE ORACLE/GOUSFBULLS For the first time in almost 30 years, USF men’s basketball can say it is a champion. The Bulls (24-14) cut down the nets after a 77-65 victory against DePaul (19-17) in Game 3 of the College Basketball Invitational (CBI) final Friday night in Chi
  8. From walk-on to preseason all-conference: how Kyle Phillips got to his senior season at USF- Full article Like most sports in America, there is a steep drop-off in the number of players who make the transition from high school to college athlete. Baseball is no exception. Senior Kyle Phillips thought he would become part of the 89 percent of players who stop playing baseball after high school. But with some luck, sacrifice and grit, Phillips worked his way onto USF’s roster and has earned preseason all-conference honors. The process of getting where he is today wasn’t easy.
  9. USF football takeaways: week one By Sam Newlon, Sports Editor On September 2, 2018 BARNETT STEPS UP AT QUARTERBACK Blake Barnett answered the question of who would take over in place of Quinton Flowers in USF’s 34-14 victory over Elon on Saturday. Not only did he seemingly solidify his place as starter, he was the highlight of the Bulls’ offense. Barnett completed 24-of-34 passes for 305 yards and three touchdowns. He didn’t settle for just throwing the ball, however. Barnett also rushed for 31 yards and another touchdown, bringing his total
  10. Norman stays humble, despite huge expectations By Josee Woble, Correspondent On August 26, 2018 He would turn heads if he walked into a room. Standing tall at 6-foot-6 and weighing 305 pounds, Marcus Norman may seem larger than life — literally. He was a second team all-conference selection last season and is currently on awatch list for the Outland Trophy, which is awarded to college football’s best interior lineman. Despite being one of the most talked about lineman this preseason, off the field, Norman is just like any other college student. “He’
  11. "Student Body President Moneer Kheireddine said student fees could be used to fund an on-campus football stadium during his State of the Student Body Address on Wednesday." "Kheireddine said the potential fee could range between $30 and $80 a semester per student. He also noted that Student Government (SG) could not change student fees without a vote by the student body and that any statement regarding student fees to fund a stadium is currently hypothetical." Full article here: http://www.usforacle.com/news/view.php/1033149/Student-fee-to-possibly-fund-on-campus-f
  12. I remember when those stickers were all over the area up here. Glad they're bringing it back .... SG revamps Bull's Country, expands student discounts at local businesses By Alyssa Stewart, STAFF WRITER On April 11, 2018 With the relaunch of Bull’s Country, there will be 26 restaurants that will grant USF students discounts on food items. Student Government (SG) reinvented Bull’s Country, a program in which local businesses offer USF students discounts. The relaunch is aimed
  13. "An on-campus football stadium would be fun, but it’s not what USF football needs right now. Instead, the program needs funding for its indoor practice facility. One of USF football’s two losses in 2017 was to Houston on Oct. 28. Houston finished construction on its $20 million indoor football facility that same month. The Bulls also lost to in-state rival UCF, which opened its indoor facility in 2005. USF strives to be a Power-Five team, but currently lacks the facilities to do so. Currently, 62 of 65 Power-Five schools have indoor practice facilities. An indoor practice facility wi
  14. "It seems that USF’s focus for its social media accounts, especially on Twitter, is simply to tweet out news and keep it largely at that, with very few exceptions. It doesn’t have to be that way. There is room for both news and personality." Full article here: http://www.usforacle.com/news/view.php/1033327/Commentary-USF-Athletics-social-media-pr Would USF benefit from more personality coming form it's social media page? or would this be to risky in this PC society?
  15. "Two series into conference play, USF softball sits atop the AAC with a 5-1 record. Regardless of where the Bulls finish the regular season, however, they’ll enjoy a home-field advantage for the AAC Tournament. The AAC announced Tuesday that the USF Softball Stadium will host the conference tournament, which will feature eight teams and be played during the weekend of May 10-12." Full Article Here: http://www.usforacle.com/news/view.php/1033301/AAC-announces-USF-Softball-Stadium-as-ho I couldn't think of a better facility to host the tournament. Go bulls!
  16. "Starting at noon, a street festival will be held outside of Corbett Stadium, where the game will be played, USF announced Monday. The festival will feature live music, food trucks and family entertainment." "Caricature and airbrush artists, a rock climbing wall, balloon twisters and more will be a part of the event." Full article here: http://www.usforacle.com/news/view.php/1033257/Notebook-USF-Spring-Game-to-feature-pre-
  17. Coach Mohl leads Bulls to series win over alma mater By Sam Newlon, Staff Writer On April 1, 2018 USF took the series against Tulane (12-16, 3-3) on Saturday, with a 10-8 victory at the USF Baseball Stadium and a commanding 14-3 win Friday night. For first-year head coach Billy Mohl, it marked his first games as a manager against his alma mater. “That’s where I spent seven years of my life, I have a lot of respect for those guys in the dugout,” Mohl said. “But it feels good. It’s just another team. Our guys came out, played well and we got a series win, which is
  18. the Oracle previews the upcoming season. the article really highlights our experienced line-up “All those guys are (at least) juniors now, they’ve been through the fires,” first-year coach Billy Mohl said. “They have hundreds of hundreds of at-bats under their belt. The pitchers have tons of innings under theirs.” Season kicks off tomorrow (Friday, 2/16) against UNC. The Tar Heels are coming ranked #6 in the preseason rankings http://www.usforacle.com/news/view.php/1032191/Baseball-preview-Bulls-return-a-majority
  19. Bulls falter early, finish strong in season opener The Strong era begins with a win on the west coast By Josh Fiallo, Sports Editor On August 27, 2017 Things didn’t go quite as expected in Charlie Strong’s debut as head coach. Entering as a 21 point favorite and as the No. 19 team in the nation, the Bulls struggled early against San Jose State and yielded the Spartans 16 unanswered points in the first quarter before USF rallied to 42-22 victory at CEFCU Stadium Saturday night. Strong watched as his Bulls managed 22 yards of offense, allowed a blocked punt, sh
  20. USF ready for San Jose State Strong era begins Saturday on the west coast By John Black, Correspondent On August 23, 2017 USF coach Charlie Strong won’t be the only coach making his program debut when USF plays at San Jose State Saturday at 7 p.m., but he will be the one with the more proven team. While the Bulls went 11-2 in 2016, San Jose State recorded just four wins en route to their fourth straight losing season and the firing of their former head coach Ron Caragher. Despite last season’s success, the Bulls recognize they haven’t proven anything i
  21. Running back Darius Tice gets second chance By Josh Fiallo, Asst. Sports Editor On April 19, 2017 ORACLE FILE PHOTO/JACKIE BENITEZ Last September, Darius Tice’s collegiate career appeared to be all but over. With USF trailing 45-14 in the third quarter against FSU on September 24, 2016, Tice went to ground to receive a low pass from Quinton Flowers. In his slide to catch the ball, Tice’s right leg got caught under his body, causing his 210 pounds of body weight to force down on his ankle, fracturing it, and ending Tice’s season.
  22. Know the foe: UConn at USF By Chuck Muller, STAFF WRITER On October 12, 2016 Entering Saturday night’s matchup with UConn (3-3, 1-2), no one on the USF roster or coaching staff knows quite as much about the Huskies as offensive coordinator T.J. Weist. Weist, now in his first year with the Bulls (5-1, 2-0), was the offensive coordinator and wide receivers coach at Connecticut in 2013. After the departure of UConn’s then-head coach Paul Pasqualoni following an 0-4 start, Weist took over as the interim coach for the remainder of the ’13 season. Although he wo
  23. Flowers touts 2015 Syracuse as game that turned things around By Chuck Muller, Staff Writer On September 15, 2016 This time last year, USF football was a program seemingly on the decline. A sluggish 1-3 start for the Bulls following a subpar 4-8 record in 2014 almost marking the end of the Willie Taggart era. Enter Quinton Flowers. With 330 total yards and 3 touchdowns, USF junior quarterback Quinton Flowers had the type of signature game that would separate him as the leader of the Bulls’ young Gulf Coast offense. “It all goes back to when Coach T
  24. Should USF fans believe the hype? By Jacob Hoag, Column On September 3, 2016 Every year that coach Willie Taggart has been at the helm of USF, the team has faced doubt. Maybe it was the team not picking up his playbook quick enough in Year 1, or the staff turnover through Year 2, or maybe just the lack of any real success. In his first offseason, fans were filled with hope that he’d turn things around from the start. He didn’t. The next season, same hype, same results. But then came last season — a season that saw the same man some had already writ
  25. Fractured foot sidelines Woulard By Chuck Muller, STAFF WRITER On August 24, 2016 Excerpt: “Ronnie Hoggins, that kid wants to be great,” defensive backs coach Alonzo Hampton said at Wednesday’s practice. “From the very first day he came in here, he worked, he watched film, sat down with the coaches,” Hampton said. “He’s a different kid from most student athletes … he’s just a very instinctive young fella when it comes to playing the defensive back position.” Story
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