USF baseball, 24-31, won 4 to 2 over ECU to move into the winners bracket of the AAC tournament. They will be facing off against Uconn at 7 PM over in Clearwater as the Bulls look to keep the season alive and continue to make noise in the tournament.  Read the rest of this entry »

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The Bulls, 24-31, won 4 to 2 over ECU today to begin the AAC tournament. Key 9th inning walks helped the Bulls achieve the victory and put them in great shape heading into tomorrow. Read the rest of this entry »

Marquez Valdes-Scantling transferred to the Bulls last year out of NC State and had to sit out for the 2015 season. Now, ready to go in 2016, Marquez has already showed the signs of becoming a monster for the passing game. Fans should be really excited about this young man.  Read the rest of this entry »

Game. On.

The Bulls, 23-31 (8-16), the number 7 seed, will be taking on ECU, 34-19-1 (15-8-1), the number two seed, at 11 AM on Wednesday in the first round of the AAC tournament over in Clearwater, FL. USF beat ECU 2 games to 1 in the regular season, but this is a new game as the tournament comes into play with double elimination being the way a team lives or dies in this tournament. Let’s go! Read the rest of this entry »

Time to do one of the toughest positions to vote for in this ultimate team project, the wide receiver position. I put together a post a long time ago to see what positions should be in the voting and asked if there should be three wide receivers or two wide receivers and a fullback in the ultimate two-deep. The voting made it clear and they wanted to see three wide receivers on the depth chart. With that said, this vote is going to be a long one. The top 6, yes, 6, wide receivers will be taken to make the depth chart for the Bulls. It’s a lot to read up on and there are a lot of names on the list, but it will be worth it.

The top vote-getters will be the starters and the next three will be the reserves. Yes, there is a difference between slot receiver and the outside receivers, but I have just grouped all of the names together and will put them together accordingly.  Read the rest of this entry »

The Bulls, 45-16, beat FAMU to start the day, 6 to 4, before falling 6 to 0 to South Carolina in the second game as the 2016 season came to an end for the Bulls. It was a tough day but overall, it was a great season.  Read the rest of this entry »

USF baseball, 23-31 (8-16), fell 3 to 2 to Uconn as the Huskies completed the sweep to end the regular season. The Bulls will now hope to keep their season alive in the AAC tournament next week.  Read the rest of this entry »