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Rising to the challenge

Defenders seldom score goals.  So when they do, it’s a big deal. But in the case of sophomore Javain Brown, his contributions to USF men’s soccer have come at both ends of the field. Most recently, he’s been on the scoring end. Brown hadn’t scored a goal in his collegiate […]

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Battle of the defenses

One thing USF has done well this season is defense. The Bulls are currently top in the NCAA in tackles for loss with 10.3 per game and second in total sacks in the AAC. USF (3-3, 1-1) may come to rely on its defense in order to win against Navy […]

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Flowers drafted by XFL’s Tampa Bay Vipers

Quinton Flowers has a new home. Actually, it’s the same home that served him well from 2014-2017. Raymond James Stadium. The former USF quarterback, considered by many to be the greatest player in program history, was drafted — albeit as a running back — by the XFL’s Tampa Bay Vipers […]

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OPINION: USF-BYU takeaways

And, breathe. It’s over. USF has won back-to-back games against FBS opponents for the first time since last October. The Bulls are almost a year removed from their complete and utter collapse, but after a 27-23 win over BYU (2-4) on Saturday at Raymond James Stadium, USF (3-3, 1-1) looks […]

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Young Bulls fall to SMU in 4 sets

Young teams can be fun because they’re energetic and constantly learning.  But learning can come with making a lot of mistakes. These mistakes cost USF volleyball (7-13, 1-5 AAC) against SMU (11-5, 4-2 AAC) on Sunday at The Corral, as the Bulls committed 37 errors on the way to their […]

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NOTEBOOK: Friday night lights at USF

It was a brisk night in Tampa on Friday night. Fortunately, AAC play is heating up for several Olympic sports. USF men’s soccer and volleyball were in action at home Friday as a part of homecoming activities. Both could have used a win. Neither got one. Defensive mistakes cost Bulls […]