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TAMPA, JULY 1, 2015 – The University of South Florida and WWBA 820 AM have reached an agreement for the Bay Area signal to serve as the flagship station for the USF/IMG Radio Network, USF Director of Athletics Mark
University of South Florida jumper Matthew O’Neal will represent USA in the 2015 World University Games in Gwangju, South Korea. The World University Games begin on July 3 and the track and field events will take place July 10-12.
USF NEWS: Reds Select Herget With 175th Pick University of South Florida right-handed ace Jimmy Herget has been selected by the Cincinnati Reds in the 6th round of the Major League Baseball Draft. Herget, a 6-foot-3, 165-pound junior, was
University of South Florida senior defender Diana Saenz is heading to the Women’s World Cup. Saenz joins former Bull Cristin Granados to play for Costa Rica in the country’s opening match against Spain on Tuesday, June 9 at Olympic
Miami's Brad Kaaya is one QB to keep an eye for the upcoming season.
Earlier this week, UConn took the outwardly hilarious and evidently self-unaware step of creating an actual trophy for a supposed “rivalry” with UCF. Look at this: First day back on campus for #UConnFootball! And just 130 days until the next
Willie Taggart Talks The USF Bulls Offseason and Competition For The QB Job USF’s Willie Taggart joined Jenna Laine today to talk about the Bulls football team and their competition at quarterback for the starting job this season. Going
USF NEWS: Bulls Fall to Owls, Ending Season Though the University of South Florida Bulls beat Florida Atlantic in the opening game of the NCAA Gainesville Regional, their season ended to them today in an 8-4 loss. In their
USF NEWS: Winner’s Bracket! The University of South Florida baseball team played in an NCAA regional game for the first time in 13 years today. And it won’t be the last. In the opening game of the NCAA Gainesville
The University of South Florida baseball team hadn’t earned a post-season bid in twelve consecutive seasons. That changed Monday afternoon when the Bulls earned an NCAA tournament at-large bid. “This program has a very proud history and great tradition,