Joiner, Grier earn weekly AAC honors; USF receiving votes
After a dominating USF performance on both sides of the ball in the 27-6 win over The Citadel on Saturday, sophomore running back Kelley Joiner and junior linebacker Antonio Grier both made the weekly AAC Honor Roll.
Joiner ran for 87 yards on eight carries and brought in his first USF career touchdown on a 3-yard run in the fourth quarter. He led a rushing offense that ran for 302 yards.
Grier topped USF’s defense with 10 total tackles and one forced fumble on a sack in the second quarter. He led a defense that limited The Citadel to 200 rushing yards.
USF receiving votes in AP Top 25 Poll
The Bulls may have only played one game, but they’re already receiving votes in the AP Top 25 Poll. USF has received six votes in the poll.
Conference rivals Houston and SMU have also received one and 32 votes, respectively. Cincinnati is listed as No. 13, and UCF is ranked No. 14.
USF’s Week 2 opponent Notre Dame has moved up three spots to No. 7, following its 27-13 win over Duke on Saturday.
Track and field in midst of historic season
Just over two months into their season, USF track and field has had a successful and record-breaking year. The Bulls have made a splash among DI competitions this season, including racking up a national title during the NCAA Indoor Championship held from March 10 to 11. Junior Romaine Beckford took home the men’s high jump […]
Healthy competition fuels football spring practices
As South Florida football approaches the halfway mark of spring ball, good attitudes and healthy competition have been positives that Bulls coach Alex Golesh has noticed. Now that USF is hearing pads pop at practice, Golesh said he views the team as a competitive group that loves the game, making them a fun squad to […]
Grit not enough as Bulls lose series to Virginia Commonwealth
When looking at South Florida baseball’s series loss against Virginia Commonwealth, the scores don’t paint a true picture of what happened over the three-game slate. To begin the series, the Bulls (9-16) fell to the Rams (12-12) 18-3 on Friday in what began as a pitching battle up until the seventh inning. The next day, […]
USF softball sweeps East Carolina to begin conference play
USF softball started off conference play on a high note with a three-game sweep over the ECU Pirates. It was a great weekend for the Bulls (22-15, 3-0 AAC), as they outplayed the Pirates (21-12, 0-3 AAC) with a great offensive showing. East Carolina’s pitching staff allowed the Bulls to get on base easily, and […]
Defensive coordinator Todd Orlando focusing on ‘fundamentals’ as spring game approaches
USF’s new defensive coordinator Todd Orlando spoke at the indoor practice facility on Thursday about the football team’s game plan as the team approaches its first spring game on campus since 2019 on April 14. This is Orlando’s debut season with the Bulls (1-11, 0-8 AAC) after the firing of previous defensive coordinator Ernie Sims. […]
Looking ahead to USF’s final nonconference series
Conference play is creeping up on South Florida baseball as the calendar approaches March 31, but USF (8-14) will first have to take on Virginia Commonwealth for a three-game slate. Beginning Friday, the Bulls will aim to improve their record against the Rams (10-11) after struggling to log a weekend sweep all season long. Pitching […]