Tag: Laquincy Rideau

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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 […]

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NOTEBOOK: Rideau staying at USF for senior season

Laquincy Rideau announced in April he was declaring for the NBA Draft. The AAC Defensive Player of the Year withdrew his name from the draft Tuesday and will remain at USF for his senior season. ORACLE PHOTO/BRIAN HATTAB He’s back — or, rather, he’s not leaving. Laquincy Rideau announced Tuesday night […]

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NOTEBOOK: USF and Boise State to play home-and-home series

USF will face Boise State at Raymond James Stadium in 2025. The Bulls will play on Boise State's famous blue turf in 2027. ORACLE PHOTO/BRIAN HATTAB USF football fans, do not adjust your television sets — on Sept. 11, 2027, that is. That’s because the Bulls will be playing on the famous […]

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Rideau back in stride after missing last season

Laquincy Rideau leads Division I men's basketball in steals per game. ORACLE PHOTO/BRIAN HATTAB He had to sit out the 2017-18 season due to NCAA transfer rules. He likely would have missed a majority of that season anyway due to a broken foot that sidelined him from practice until after Christmas. […]

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PREVIEW: Bulls look to bounce back against No. 21 Houston

David Collins has been a large factor in USF's turnaround season. The sophomore guard is averaging over 14 points per game through 17 games. ORACLE PHOTO/BRIAN HATTAB When USF men’s basketball (12-5, 2-3) hosts No. 21 Houston (17-1, 4-1) on Saturday night at the Yuengling Center, it will hope to end […]

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Rideau shines in Bulls’ loss to Cincinnati

Laquincy Rideau scored a career-high 26 points on Jan. 15 in USF's 82-74 loss at Cincinnati. SPECIAL TO THE ORACLE/GOUSFBULLS  Despite a personal-best game by Laquincy Rideau, USF men’s basketball (12-5, 2-3) dropped its second-straight game, falling 82-74 to Cincinnati (15-3, 4-1) on Tuesday night at Fifth Third Arena in Cincinnati. […]