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
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
USF News: Skeete Leads Bulls to Third Straight Victory As the USF Women’s soccer team travelled to Tennessee to take on Kennesaw State, Leticia Skeete led the Bulls to an overtime victory. During the first 90 minutes, USF had
USF News: Selorm Adablah and Baldin Lead Bulls to 2-0 Victory As USF hosted Portland at Corbett Stadium, the Bulls marked their second straight victory with a final score of 2-0. Despite the Bulls having three shots only five
Tampa Bay Buccaneers cornerback Mike Jenkins opens up about missing training camp and the preseason with a hamstring injury.
Baldin Leads USF in Double OT Victory over No. 24 Akron During the Bulls’ home opener against Akron on Thursday night, senior Lucas Baldin led the team with two goals, one of which came with 30 seconds left in
USF NEWS: Freshman Mack Named CFPA National Running Back of the Week After leading the Bulls to a 36-31 victory over Western Carolina in their season opener on Saturday night, Marlon Mack has been named the College Football Performance
The USF football program will continue its trend of strong non-conference scheduling as USF Director of Athletics Mark Harlan announced a home-and-home series with Syracuse University beginning next season. The Bulls renewed series with the Orange, a BIG EAST Conference
During Saturday’s season opener, true freshman Marlon Mack helped USF beat Western Carolina, 36-31. Rookie tailback Mack became the game-day replacement in the starting lineup for injured sophomore Darius Tice (knee). He then finished with 24 carries for 275
Last year, 4 of the 6 BCS conferences were won by a preseason unranked team. Will favorites get it done this year, or will we be surprised again?