USF WSoccer takes on Cincinnati

Posted: October 24, 2014 in Soccer

The Bulls, 9-6-1 (4-3), take on Cincinnati at Corbett Field in the 2nd to last regular season home game of the 2014 season (game begins at 7:30 PM). The Bearcats enter this game with an overall record of 10-5-2 (4-3), sitting in a tie with the Bulls for 3rd place in the AAC . This is a huge game for the ladies as they try to add a late season win to their resume. Read the rest of this entry »

USF volleyball takes on Tulane

Posted: October 24, 2014 in Volleyball

The Bulls, 8-12 (2-6), will try to end their 5-game losing streak on Parent’s night as they host AAC-foe Tulane. The Green Wave are 5-15 (3-5) on the season and sit in front of USF in the AAC standings (game begins at 7 PM). Read the rest of this entry »

5 keys for USF vs. Cincinnati

Posted: October 23, 2014 in Football

The Bulls were able to rally late in the 2nd half against Tulsa and came away with the first road win for Coach Taggart in his 2nd year at the helm. Now, with a 3-4 (2-1) record, the Bulls are going to try to make it two straight as they head to Cincinnati. The Bearcats, 3-3, lost last year to USF and will be looking to defend their home turf in this one. Here are my 5 keys for the Bulls heading into this game. Read the rest of this entry »

Behind Enemy Lines: Cincinnati

Posted: October 23, 2014 in Football

As the Bulls hit the road again for their Friday night game against Cincinnati, I wanted to get some more inside information on the Bearcats and their team. So I asked my friend Jesse(@FrontOfficeNews) over at TheFrontOfficeNews.com for some inside information and his thoughts on the upcoming game. Check out his answers and what he thinks the final score will be in this one.  Read the rest of this entry »

USF MSoccer beats UCF 1 to 0

Posted: October 22, 2014 in Soccer

The Bulls improved to 9-4-1 (4-1-1) on the season with a 1 to 0 win over UCF tonight. Both sides battled in a defensive showing, but USF was able to strike in the first half and lock down on defense in the second half.

The Bulls got the game’s only goal in the 36 minute from Eduardo Maceira (assist from Lucas Baldin) that made it 1 to 0 in the first. USF had chance throughout the game, but either the UCF defense came up big or the crossbar kept the Bulls off the scoreboard. Spasoje Stefanovic had 3 saves during the game and the defense played it well throughout the game, helping the Bulls hang onto the win in a hostile environment.

The Bulls will host Memphis on the 25th as they try to add another win to their resume as the regular season slowly comes to an end.

Scouting Cincinnati: Offense

Posted: October 22, 2014 in Football

The Cincinnati offense is a spread system that will get multiple receivers on the field and will work fast. Quarterback Gunner Kiel has a quick release and will get the ball out fast to his playmakers, making life tough for the USF secondary. If the Bulls defense wants to hold its own in this game, they have to get pressure on Kiel and throw off his timing. Let’s see what the defense is facing against this unit.  Read the rest of this entry »

USF MSoccer takes on UCF

Posted: October 22, 2014 in Uncategorized

The USF Bulls, 8-4-1 (3-1-1), are hoping to add another win to their resume as they hit the road to take on UCF. The Knight sare 1-8-4 (0-2-3) and will be looking for the big upset win. USF needs to come out in this game and not allow the upset bug to get them (game begins at 7 PM). Read the rest of this entry »