USF News: USF beats UConn, 17-14 On a rainy Friday night, the Bulls opened American Athletic Conference play in front of 28,273 at Raymond James Stadium, with a 17-14 victory over UConn. This was the Bulls’ 12th all-time conference
For the first time since 1995, when both squads were in Division I-AA (now known as FCS), UCF will face its neighbors to the northeast, the Bethune-Cookman Wildcats this coming Saturday in the Knights’ home opener. UCF has played
Each week, the founding fathers (or The Nole Horsemen, if you will…) of the Twitter force known as the Nole World Order will grace you with their presence as they take over Sports Talk Florida and pick from the
With not much to do in Big Ten Country this week, Josh Versalle gives you some things to catch up on....
Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston’s press conference Tuesday afternoon came just after the university announced that he would miss the first half of the game against Clemson. He addressed the media by apologizing for what he did. He said that
Following Tuesday’s practice, Florida State coach Jimbo Fisher spoke to the media about the progress his team is making in preparation for their matchup with Clemson. On Tuesday’s practice: “Good work today. A good physical Tuesday. First and second down
ESPN’s 30 for 30 documentary series spread like wild fire lead by one of the most watched episodes “The U”, chronicling the rise and falls of the Miami Hurricanes football program. After much demand the sequel
More embarrassment for the Longhorns, winning is now as difficult for Texas as the coin toss is.
USF News: Bulls Couldn’t Defeat The Wolfpack In front of a crowd of 27,269 at Raymond James Stadium on Saturday afternoon, USF fell short to NC State, 49-17. During the first drive of the game, the Bulls were forced
It's the end of the world as Big Ten fans know it - Big Ten Aficionado Josh Versalle says "not so fast, my friends..."