USF football has reportedly found its new offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach in West Virginia’s tight ends coach Travis Trickett. He will replace Charlie Weis Jr. who opted to leave for the same position at Ole Miss.
He spent three seasons at West Virginia working under coach Neal Brown with the tight ends and inside receivers. While there, he helped receiver Winston Wright Jr. become an All-Big 12 Second Team selection.
Before joining the Mountaineers, Trickett had plenty of experience working as a coordinator at Samford, FAU and Georgia State.
During his time at Georgia State, Trickett led an impressive offensive attack that broke multiple school records including the fewest interceptions in a season (9), yards in a single game (670) and points against an FBS opponent (47).
Trickett will now join recently hired defensive coordinator Bob Shoop as the newest members of coach Jeff Scott’s staff ahead of the spring season.
One week after a near-upset of then-ranked No. 10 Alabama, USF carved up the Rice defense in a historic performance en route to a 42-29 victory. This win marked the Bulls’ (2-2, 1-0 AAC) first victory over an FBS opponent in nearly two seasons and their first ever victory against the Owls (2-2, 0-1 AAC) […]
USF’s offense struggled to find its rhythm at the beginning of this season, particularly in the passing game. In its last game against then-ranked No. 10 Alabama, they recorded 87 passing yards. But, in their conference opening 42-29 win against Rice at Raymond James Stadium on Saturday, things seemed to finally fall into place. The […]
USF’s offense has struggled to find its rhythm at the beginning of the season, particularly in the passing game. In its last game against then-ranked No. 10 Alabama, they recorded 87 passing yards. But, in their conference opening 42-29 win against Rice on Saturday at Raymond James Stadium on Saturday, things seemed to finally fall […]
Playing on a hot Friday afternoon to a crowd of 592 fans at Corbett Stadium, USF men’s soccer began conference play with a 2-1 loss to No. 6 SMU. In their last match up on Nov. 10, 2022, the Bulls (2-5) faced the Mustangs (7-1) in the AAC tournament semifinals, where South Florida won 1-0 […]
USF women’s basketball will begin a home-home series with UConn next season, according to a Wednesday post to its X account. https://twitter.com/USFWBB/status/1704556033291731112 The Huskies will host the first matchup on Nov. 10, 2024, and the Bulls will host the next game in the 2025-26 season. The two teams faced as Big East and AAC members […]
After an hour-and-a-half rain delay, the USF women’s soccer team played a physical and gritty match against Charlotte to result in a 0-0 tie. This marks their first draw since they faced Memphis in the AAC Championship game on Nov. 7, 2021. The Bulls (4-4-1, 1-0-1 AAC) and the 49ers (4-3-4, 0-0-2 AAC) combined for […]