Author: Brian Hattab, Sports Editor


New expectations for Bulls in 2019-20

There’s something different surrounding the Bulls as the 2019-20 season begins. And it’s something that hasn’t been around the program since the early part of a decade that’s now in its final months. Expectations. Considering the Bulls are coming off a season where they set a program record for number […]


The leader at the post

Maybe it’s fitting that she’s the leader of the pack now, considering the kind of family she’s from. USF’s lone senior, post player Tamara Henshaw, is from a sports-heavy family. Henshaw’s father played football and basketball, her brother plays football at Georgia Southern and she has numerous other relatives that […]


The soul of USF men’s basketball

It’s hard to imagine someone who initially played both baseball and football to be referred to as the soul of a college basketball team. But that’s what coach Brian Gregory said about senior guard Laquincy Rideau. “He’s the soul of our team,” Gregory said. “He wears and plays with his […]


Ice Bulls embrace Colorado trip

Some road trips are cooler than others. Literally, in the case of the Ice Bulls’ latest. USF’s club hockey team is fresh off a trip to Colorado Springs, Colorado, where the temperatures were a bit milder than in Tampa. “The first two days we were there, it was like 60s […]


FSU fires Taggart

Willie Taggart is looking for a new job. The former USF coach, who led the Bulls from 2013-16, was fired by FSU on Sunday after an embarrassing 27-10 loss to Miami on Saturday. Taggart posted a 9-12 record as coach at FSU, including a 4-5 record so far in 2019. […]


Currall finalizes ‘Principles of Community’ task force

USF President Steven Currall has selected his “sweet 16” to represent his newest task force, “Principles of Community.”  Currall sent out an email Wednesday to students, faculty and staff announcing the task force that will represent USF’s three campuses — Tampa, St. Pete and Sarasota-Manatee. The 16 university stakeholders will […]