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USF's winning and losing streaks...


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Longest losing streaks:

4 games -- 2004-05 (Cincinnati, Memphis, Pitt & Penn State)

3 games -- 2004 (So Miss, Army & Louisville)

3 games -- 1997 (Citadel, Drake & Western Kentucky)

Home losing streaks:

2 games -- 2004 (Memphis & Pitt)

2 games -- 2004 (So Miss & Army)

Hard to have many losing "streaks" with a 44-11 overall home record.

Away losing streaks:

5 games -- 1999-2000 (Troy, James Madison, Kentucky, Baylor & So Miss)

4 games -- 2001-02 (Memphis, Utah, Arkansas & Oklahoma)

3 games -- 1997 (Citadel, Western Kentucky & Elon)

3 games -- 2004-05 (Cincinnati, Penn State & Miami)

2 games -- 1998-99 (Georgia So & San Diego St)

2 games -- 2000-01 (Middle Tennessee & No Illinois)


Longest winning streaks:

8 games -- 2001-02 (U Conn, So Utah, Liberty, Houston, Western Illinois, Utah St, FAU & No Illinois)

7 games -- 2002 (No Texas, So Miss, ECU, Charleston So, Memphis, Bowling Grn, & Houston

6 games -- 1997-98 (Davidson, Slippery Rock, Valparaiso, Liberty, Citadel, & Elon)

4 games -- 2000 (So Illinois, Liberty, Illinois St & New Hampshire)

These four streaks compose 25 of USF's 55 overall wins.

Home winning streaks:

21 games -- 2000-03 (See Below)

8 games -- 1998-99 (Cumberland, Morehead State, SW Texas St, So Illinois, Liberty, Illinois St, New Hampshire & New Haven)

5 games -- 1997-98 (Davidson, Slippery Rock, Valparaiso,  Citadel, & Elon)

These three streaks compose 34 of USF's 41 home wins.

* Current: 3 games (FAMU, UCF, Louisville)

Away winning streaks:

3 games -- 2002 (No Texas, ECU, Houston)

2 games -- 2003 (ECU & Memphis)

Hard to have many winning streaks when you have a road record of 14-24.


For those interested... this is from the 2004 Media Guide:

USF SCHOOL RECORD 21-GAME HOME WIN STREAK

Sept. 2, 2000 Jacksonville State 40-0

Sept. 16, 2000 James Madison 26-7

Sept. 30, 2000 Troy State 20-10

Oct. 21, 2000 Liberty 44-6

Nov. 4, 2000 Western Kentucky 30-24

Nov. 18, 2000 Austin Peay 59-0

Sep. 29, 2001 North Texas 28-10

Oct. 13, 2001 Connecticut 40-21

Oct. 20, 2001 Southern Utah 42-12

Oct. 27, 2001 Liberty 68-37

Nov. 3, 2001 Houston 45-6

Nov. 10, 2001 Western Illinois 48-17

Nov. 24, 2001 Utah State 34-13

Aug. 29, 2002 Florida Atlantic 51-10

Sep. 7, 2002 Northern Illinois 37-6

Oct. 12, 2002 Southern Miss 16-13

Nov. 2, 2002 Charleston Southern 56-6

Nov. 9, 2002 Memphis 31-28

Nov. 16, 2002 Bowling Green 29-7

Sep. 6, 2003 Nicholls State 27-17

Oct. 4, 2003 Louisville 31-28 (2OT)


USF is 58-35 all time, but 23-23 against I-A opponents.


Most impressive streak:

Games with scoring at least 3 points:

93 games (1997 - 2005)


Modified per Velcrogrip's post -- sometimes when you copy & paste you miss things.
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isn't true that since our existence that we have yet to be shutout ?  thats some kind of record i imagine.

Not a record...


Here is the official list from the NCAA Record Book:

Longest streak of Games Without Being Shutout

361 Brigham Young................................................................... ....1975-03

282 Texas ........................................................................ .............1980-04

271 Washington.............................................................. ..............1981-04

261 *Michigan............................................................... ............... 1984-present

238 *Washington St. .................................................................... 1984-present

233 Miami (Fla.) ........................................................................ ....1974-91

232 *Oregon ........................................................................ ........ 1985-present

210 *Florida St. ........................................................................ .... 1988-present

207 Hawaii.................................................................. .................1976-95

204 *Florida ........................................................................ ......... 1988-present

197 *Colorado............................................................... ............... 1988-present

186 Southern California .................................................................1967-83  

165 Central Mich.................................................................... ....... 1982-98

154 San Diego St. ........................................................................ .1985-98

152 *TCU ........................................................................ ............. 1992-present

150^ *Nevada................................................................. ............... 1992-present

145 *Air Force ........................................................................ ...... 1992-present

124 Ball St. ........................................................................ ...........1987-98

121 New Mexico ........................................................................ ..1973-83

115 *North Carolina St. ................................................................ 1995-present

115 Alabama................................................................. ...............1960-70

108 *Notre Dame.................................................................... ...... 1996-present

102 *Kansas St. ........................................................................ .... 1996-present

100 *Wisconsin ........................................................................ .... 1997-present

97 North Carolina .......................................................................1977-85

93 Maryland ........................................................................ ....... 1970-78

89 Baylor ........................................................................ ............1980-87

87 Kentucky................................................................ ................. 1986-93

84 *Minnesota ........................................................................ .... 1997-present

84 West Virginia ........................................................................ . 1986-93

83 *Toledo................................................................. ................. 1998-present

79 Iowa ........................................................................ .............. 1982-89

76 Georgia ........................................................................ .........1984-91

75 Navy ........................................................................ .............1954-62

69 *Memphis ........................................................................ ...... 1999-present

59 Ohio ........................................................................ ..............1966-72

55 Duke ........................................................................ ..............1993-98

*Active streak.

^Games as a member of Division I-A. Total streak of 292 games includes 142 as a Division I-AA member before 1992.


Since the list is for I-A games only, USF's number is currently 49.  Total streak of 93 includes 44 as a Divsion I-AA member before 2001.  It also appears to be the longest such active streak among Big East teams.

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