A day after signing an extension until 2015, USF men’s basketball coach Stan Heath received more good news, as Victor Rudd is expected to join the Bulls after transferring from Arizona State, according to reports.
Rudd, a 6-foot-8 small forward, will have to sit out the 2010-11 season because of NCAA transfer rules, however.
Rivals.com rated Rudd as a three-star recruit coming out of high school, and he averaged 2.5 points in 5.2 minutes a game as a freshman last season.
He could join forwards Augustus Gilchrist, Ron Anderson and Toarlyn Fitzpatrick, who will all still have college eligibility in 2012. Senior Jarrid Famous could be USF’s only loss following next season.
Quarterback pledge makes six
On Friday, the Bulls added to their 2011 football recruits, as Land ‘O Lakes quarterback Stephen Weatherford verbally committed to USF.
Weatherford is USF’s sixth commitment of this recruiting cycle.
The Bulls have little depth behind starter B.J. Daniels, a redshirt sophomore. Incoming freshman Jamius Gunsby, a 6-foot-4, 220-pound dual-threat quarterback from Georgia who also had an offer from Florida, could make a push for the backup spot. Evan Landi, who’s played both quarterback and receiver at USF, could be used if Daniels goes down, but coach Skip Holtz said Landi’s primary position is receiver.
Weatherford, who is 6-foot-2 and 220 pounds, passed for 2,052 yards and 27 touchdowns as a junior.
Student Government Computer Services (SGCS) will introduce updated equipment at a “reinauguration” event on Tuesday after the lab went through renovations funded by USF’s Information Technology Management Council (ITMC). A total of 45 new computers were added to the lab, each with new CPUs, mouses and keyboards, SGCS Director Varennyam Joshi said. There are also […]
USF has begun work on renovations to the plumbing and roofing of five non-residential Holly buildings on the Tampa campus. The buildings that are being worked on include Holly K, Holly M, Holly L, Holly J and Holly H. The Holly K, Holly J and Holly H buildings have some of the dorms’ laundry facilities, […]
Student housing rates for the new Sarasota-Manatee residence hall will be the most expensive of all on-campus housing costs across USF’s three campuses. Rates for the dorm will be as follows, according to Edwin Beauchamp, Regional Vice Chancellor for Business and Financial Affairs: Suite (Double): $1,297 monthly Two bedroom, one bathroom apartment (single): $1,648 monthly […]
The Student Health Services (SHS) building located next to the bookstore will remain unoccupied, as no decisions have been made to determine what the space will be used for, according to Susanna Perez, communications and marketing officer at the SHWC. All operations that the building used to house were moved to the new Student Health […]
Multimedia correspondent Diego Adesso tested the virtual reality simulation at the exhibit. ORACLE VIDEO/DIEGO ADESSO A section of the first floor of the building was closed off by USF library officials to place an immersive 45-60 minute exhibit of the Kellogg Museum that will be open to students from Sept. 21 through March 1. The […]
SFS founder Will Mleczko, a sophomore economics major, said he struggled to afford the cost of living on campus and was forced to take out loans. His struggles were similar to those of his peers in SFS. Six of the organization’s members spoke while around 20 other members held signs reading “The cost of living […]