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TAMPA -- The Bulls have one final morning practice on Saturday left and they can officially close camp and begin full game planning for UT Martin and the season opener on Aug. 30.

ESPN.com blogger Brian Bennett was in town earlier today and he has a great piece on George Selvie already up on his blog.

Selvie has been written about so much, it's tough to find gather new stories on the Bulls star.  Part of it is a credit to the Pensacola native, because he has become more comfortable with interviews and is giving better answers.

Part of it is luck and part of it is good reporting. We'll give ESPN.com latest hire credit on this one.

We'll post a snippet here and link to the rest of this story and his other USF related posts:

"Selvie is always revved up, from the first whistle of practice to the final snap of a game. His unsurpassed work ethic allowed him to lead the nation with 31.5 sacks and finish second in the country with 14.5 sacks.

For that, Selvie thanks his father, George Sr., a 20-year Navy man who brought military-style discipline to his family's household.

"My dad always made us work hard," Selvie said. "There was no sleeping in on Saturday morning. We had to get up at 7 a.m. and do chores, and when we finished by 2 p.m. we'd have to do yard work. He'd always find something to keep us busy.

"It was ridiculous stuff, too. We had to clean things that were already clean. He'd say, 'Aw, you can do it better. Everything can always be done better.'"'

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