Author: Brian Hattab, Sports Editor


Defense leads way as Bulls hook Longhorns

USF women’s basketball coach Jose Fernandez may need to send a thank you gift to 401 Channelside Drive after the Bulls’ 64-57 win Friday over No. 15 Texas at the Yuengling Center. Not for anything particularly special, either — mainly just for existing and temporarily causing confusion. The Longhorns, who […]


Offense lacks in Bulls’ 17-7 loss to Temple

Don’t let the scoreline deceive you. It wasn’t that close of a game. USF’s 17-7 loss to Temple (6-3, 3-2) at Raymond James Stadium on Thursday was anything but close. The Bulls’ defense did its part, but the offense had little to show for, and USF (4-5, 2-3) lost the […]


Temple 17-USF 7: Postgame takeaways

There is absolutely no sugarcoating this one. USF’s 17-7 loss to Temple on Thursday night at Raymond James Stadium was one of the most unacceptable performances in program history. What happened to the O-line? After playing pretty well for the past month, the Bulls’ offensive line was — well, offensive. […]


CLCE plans to revamp third-floor MSC space

Students looking for a place to meet with their student organization amid the overcrowdedness of the Marshall Student Center (MSC) during the school year might have a new option. New plans to refurbish the office space on the third floor of the MSC for student organizations are in discussion after […]


USF Tampa needs continued progress on faculty diversity

USF Tampa has a solid record of success when it comes to diversity and inclusion for students of color. University figures show, however, that there’s much room for improvement in another key area: diversity of faculty. The USF InfoCenter, managed by USF Information Technology, provides statistics on faculty diversity. According […]


U.S. Education Secretary sets bad example

On Oct. 25 the U.S. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos was fined $100,000 by a federal judge for contempt of court because of the Department of Education’s failure to comply with a court order. Students were defrauded by the now-defunct for-profit post-secondary education company Corinthian Colleges, which was found to have […]