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Basketball attendance among Big East’s lowest

Nearly halfway through the conference schedules of the men’s and women’s basketball seasons, both team’s attendance hovers near the bottom of the Big East. Last weekend, No. 3 Syracuse hosted No. 7 Villanova and nearly broke its own national attendance record for an on-campus basketball game. According to bigeast.org, 33,736 […]

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Bulls edge VCU in OT

It was nearly a lost opportunity, but USF pulled out a nail-biting win after squandering a big lead. VCU’s Jamie Skeen had a shot rim in and out as time expired, giving the Bulls a 60-59 overtime win over VCU at the Sun Dome on Wednesday night. “We know that […]

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USF has special place for Raymond, senior class

Senior Mistral Raymond hasn’t had a moment to put into perspective how everything played out during his time at USF. That’s because he envisioned his rise through the USF ranks – from trim, wide-eyed walk-on to do-it-all cornerback – all along. “One thing about me is I never sell myself […]

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Staying the course

As soon as true freshman Bobby Eveld led USF downfield for the tying score late in USF’s 23-20 win at Miami on Saturday, talks of the team’s future – as well as Eveld’s – were inevitable. With quarterback B.J. Daniels’ availability still in question, combined wit Eveld’s clutch performance, all […]

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Bulls await top rusher

USF defensive coordinator Mark Snyder acknowledged the Bulls’ strength on defense this season has been stopping the run. The Bulls rank fourth in the Big East, allowing 133 rushing yards per game. And with one of the nation’s top running backs coming to town in Connecticut’s Jordan Todman, who is […]

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USF drops FAU

It’s usually USF guard Andrea Smith leading the way for the Bulls, but Tuesday night her sister stole the spotlight. Junior guard Andrell Smith scored 23 points to help USF breeze past Florida Atlantic 80-46 at the Sun Dome. Smith shot 66 percent (10-of-15 shooting) from the floor and had […]

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Holtz anticipates Eveld to start

Coach Skip Holtz told reporters Monday the team is preparing as if true freshman Bobby Eveld is going to start at quarterback when the Bulls host Connecticut on Saturday. Holtz said Daniels, who re-aggravated a quad injury in the first half of USF’s 23-20 win at Miami on Saturday, will […]

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TCU to join Big East in 2012; Holtz reacts

As USF prepares for its regular-season finale against Connecticut on Saturday, major news broke on the conference realignment front as TCU, which is currently ranked No. 3 in the BCS standings, accepted a bid to join the Big East Conference in all sports, multiple media outlets confirmed Monday morning. The […]

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USF edges Texas Tech

USF rebounded nicely after a 77-75 overtime loss to No. 23 BYU on Friday, beating Texas Tech 64-61 in its last game of the South Padre Invitational on Saturday. Junior forward Ron Anderson Jr. scored a team-high 16 points on 5-of-6 shooting. Anderson was one of five Bulls in double-figures. […]

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Eveld calmly delivers

With USF’s game on the road against in-state rival and five-time national champion Miami in doubt, true freshman walk-on quarterback Bobby Eveld did the improbable. Eveld, a walk-on from Jesuit High School, was thrust into the game to start the second half after a quad injury sidelined sophomore B.J. Daniels. […]