Saturday’s Spring Game first chance to see 2018 Bulls, free to public
USF fans can get a glance at USF’s 2018 football team for the first time Saturday at its Spring Game.
Kickoff for the game will be 2 p.m. at Corbett Stadium. Admission to the game is free and there will be a pre-game street festival starting at noon, which will feature live music, food trucks and family entertainment. Seating will be available in the stands and on the grass hills surrounding the field.
USF has reached capacity for its past three spring games.
Fans who are unable to attend the game can still stream it on The Identity Tampa Bay — a full-service digital network that will provide a live stream starting with a pregame show at 1:40 p.m.
The rosters of each the Green and White teams haven’t been announced as of Wednesday, but it’s nearly certain that quarterbacks Brett Kean and Chris Oladokun will be on opposite teams. The two have been in a quarterback battle since Spring Camp commenced, with, according to coach Charlie Strong, neither holding an advantage at the starting job over the other.
“There are a lot of new faces at a lot of new positions and it’s exciting,” Kean said Tuesday. “The fans on Saturday are going to be able to see basically an almost entire new feel for a team. You’re going to see the same system; we’re in year two, but you’re seeing a lot of new faces.”
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