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The college football season is nearly here. These facts and numbers will keep you busy until it starts.
Former USF and Bradenton Southeast High School star cornerback Mike Jenkins talks about the thrill of returning to the Tampa Bay area to play for the Bucs
Not many people can say that they can lift 700 pounds at once. According to the Bulls Facebook page, USF defensive tackle Todd Chandler squatted 700 pounds and it’s pretty amazing to watch. Post by USF Football.
A break-up of the FBS will not dramatically shift college football for the fans that watch it.
Each year, there is an elaborate underground pipeline for incoming NFL talent that is well hidden inside the tunnels of the football off-season. There is very little media coverage for this event as it is a mere blip on
We are less than 80 days away from the start of college football season and while fans get excited for tailgates and touchdowns, analysts are predicting top teams and ranking them by skill. In the state of Florida, the
The University of South Florida has named Irele Oderinde to the position of Director of Athletic Performance for USF Athletics. He assumes his duties immediately overseeing the strength and conditioning programs for all 19 USF sport programs and directly
University of South Florida Director of Athletics Mark Harlan today named Mark Kingston the sixth head coach in USF baseball program history since the program began in 1966. A two-time Missouri Valley Conference Coach of the Year honoree, Kingston
A USF Bulls’ defensive line coach was arrested over the weekend for driving under the influence. According to the Tampa Bay Times, Eric Mathies was arrested Saturday morning and he was charged after a traffic stop when he refused
During the American Athletic Conference annual meetings in Key Biscayne, Fla., the league announced the football divisions for the 2015 season Friday. UCF will be placed in the East Division along with Cincinnati, UConn, East Carolina, Temple and USF.