Today's College – USF News
Former University of South Florida cornerback and kick returner Chris Dunkley has been spending his post-USF time with various NFL teams. According to the Baltimore Sun, Dunkley “will visit the Ravens next week along with the New England Patriots,
Brent Beaird Reviewing The FSU & UF Spring Football Games Brent Beaird of College Sports Notebook joined Mike and Jerry for his weekly CFB update & he reviewed the UF and FSU Spring football games from this past weekend.
The Horns and Aggies rivalry died when A&M went to the SEC. Sadly, it's one of many great games that have been sacrificed by the sport.
USF News: Pimpleton to Join Bulls The University of South Florida has hired its third running backs coach in four months. Head coach Willie Taggart has named Donte Pimpleton, former teammate and staff member Western Kentucky, the man for
It's way to early to know for sure, but Mike Tuck had Wisconsin, Kentucky, and Duke 1-2-3 a year ago at this time so...
Mark Harlan On All The Things Tampa Has To Offer For The Final Four Hosting USF Athletic Director Mark Harlan joined Tom Veit today to talk about the events of the women’s Final Four coming to Tampa this weekend.
Joey Johnston Talks Mike White Transfer And Where USF Football Is Headed Joey Johnston of the Tampa Tribune joined Tom Veit to talk about USF QB Mike White transferring and the direction this offense is going in 2015. Mike
Sam Barrington On The NFL Draft Process And Passing His Knowledge To The Younger Guys Packers LB and former USF Bull, Sam Barrington, joined Tom Veit today to talk about the NFL Draft process and his advice for new
Tampa Bay to Host the Women’s Final Four While most eyes have been on the Men’s NCAA Basketball tournament, the Women’s tournament is also going on, including a Final Four that will be played right here in Tampa Bay.
After an outstanding season leading the University of South Florida Bulls, junior guard Courtney Williams is one of the 12 finalists for the Wade Trophy – the Heisman of women’s college basketball. Williams led the American Athletic Conference in