Archive for April, 2016

The Bulls, 43-12 (15-2), won 4 to 1 over Central Florida today to even the series but more importantly, the victory secures the 2016 regular season title for the Bulls. Congratulations ladies! (more…)

The Bulls, 20-22 (5-8), won 4 to 0 over Central Florida in the series opener. The offense did enough and Phoenix Sanders struck out 12 batters to cap off the solid victory for the Bulls.  (more…)

The Bulls, 42-12 (14-2), fell 9 to 0 in the first game of the 3-game series. Central Florida scored all their runs in the 7th inning to take this one late.  (more…)

The Bulls, 19-22 (4-8 in the AAC, 15-11 at home), continue their homestand as they host Central Florida for a 3-game series (Friday and Saturday at 6:30 PM and Sunday at noon). Central Florida enters the weekend at 21-22 (5-7 in the AAC) and hold a 2-1 record on the year against USF.  (more…)

The Bulls, 42-11 (14-1), are back home for the final three regular season games (Friday and Saturday at 4 PM and Sunday at 5 PM). They will be hosting Central Florida, 31-7 (8-2), as both sides battle for the regular season AAC title.  (more…)

What’s coming next week

Posted: April 27, 2016 in Football
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Since we are just 128 days away from the Bulls taking the field to open the 2016 season against Towson, TBR is ready to get the football talk cranked up a bit on the site. Starting next week (official date has not been determined yet), the Rush Through the Roster series, will return. For those who don’t remember or are new to the site, Rush Through the Roster is a player by player analysis, starting from jersey number 99 and going down to number 1. Each player profile will include their 2015 body of work, their recruiting history, and playing potential heading into the 2016 season. It’s a fun series that provides everyone with some football talk as we make our way through the long summer.

I am eager to get the series going and hope everyone enjoys the blogs that will be coming real soon!

The Bulls, 19-22, falls 6 to 5 to FIU. USF had a lead, lost it, battled back, but came up just short in this one. The young team continues to battle but came up short in this one.  (more…)