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University of South Florida (2-2) vs. Hampton University (2-3)

Wednesday, Nov. 24 | 7 p.m.

ARENA: Yuengling Center | Tampa, Fla.

SERIES: USF leads, 1-0


RADIO: iHeart Radio Bulls Unlimited



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Versatile newcomer, Hines Jr., contributing in many ways as USF’s non-conference slate continues Wednesday

By Joey Johnston

He's a swingman, big enough to create matchup problems for the backcourt, athletic enough to get to the rim, versatile enough to show up in all categories of a typical box score.

It's difficult to put the talents of USF sophomore Sam Hines Jr., into a predictable box. With each game, it seems, he takes on a different shape or rhythm. Most often, he provides what is needed. And that's a quality the Bulls (2-2) won't take for granted as they prepare for Wednesday night's game against the Hampton Pirates (2-3) at the Yuengling Center.

"Everybody loves this kid,'' USF coach Brian Gregory said. "He's versatile, hard-working and just gets things done on the court.''

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