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Turnovers and fouls sink Bulls in War on I-4

ORLANDO — Here’s the good news.  USF held UCF to 15-of-56 from the field Wednesday night at Addition Financial Arena. The bad news is the Bulls weren’t much better in their 56-48 loss to the Knights in the final installment of the War on I-4’s on the hardwood in 2020. […]

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NOTEBOOK: AAC football schedule released

The wait is over. The schedule for coach Jeff Scott’s first season as USF coach is complete after the AAC released its football schedule Tuesday afternoon. The Bulls open conference play on the road for the first time since 2016 when they face defending East division champion Cincinnati on Oct. […]

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Bulls’ bats cold in loss to FAMU

TALLAHASSEE — Though it’s still early in the season, it’s pretty hard to deny that USF baseball (2-2) isn’t where it wanted to be from an offensive standpoint. The day after recording only two hits against Marist — though in a 4-2 victory — the Bulls put up seven hits […]

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Turnovers, poor first half costly in loss to Tulsa

Despite outscoring and outshooting Tulsa (17-8, 9-3) in the second half, USF men’s basketball (11-14, 4-8) was unable to overcome a rough first half in its 56-48 loss (17-8, 9-3) on Saturday at the Yuengling Center. Actually, “rough” would be an understatement, as the Bulls were historically bad the first […]

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Far from home, Pinzan becomes leader

In the fourth quarter of a blowout against Alabama State on Dec. 6, Elisa Pinzan went down with an ankle injury — her second severe injury in as many seasons. The Bulls’ starting point guard didn’t return until Jan. 12, coming off the bench to play 32 minutes against Tulsa. […]

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Bulls embrace weekend challenge

USF softball faces a daunting task starting Thursday. The Bulls (0-4) begin the St. Pete/Clearwater Elite Invitational (Eddie C. Moore Complex in Clearwater | Times: vary | TV: ESPN3) against No. 16 Oklahoma State. If that wasn’t already a big enough challenge, USF goes on to play four more ranked […]