Archive for May, 2016

Ryeshene Bronson became a reliable target last year in the passing game. 2016 should be a break out year for him, but there is a lot of depth on the roster that he will have to beat out for the starting job.

Sorry these haven’t been posting for the last few days. We are getting back to work!

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The season is over after the Bulls finished the year at 45-16 and making the NCAA tournament once again. Coach Ken Eriksen’s team had an impressive season, so let’s break down everything they accomplished and what lies ahead in 2017.  (more…)

Memorial Day

Posted: May 30, 2016 in Uncategorized

Hello USF family. Today is Memorial Day. Take a moment and understand what this day is all about as we honor all those who paid the ultimate sacrifice to keep us safe. The blog won’t be posting anything else today, but will be back to normal on Tuesday as I get back to work.

The Bulls, 24-33, fell 7 to 5 to the Memphis Tigers in the AAC tournament as the season comes to an end. USF had a late lead in the game, but the Tigers were able to pour it on late without the Bulls able to complete a comeback late.  (more…)

USF, 24-32, is facing elimination this afternoon as they battle Memphis (game begins at 3 PM) over in Clearwater for the AAC tournament. It’s simple, win and survive. Lose and pack up your bags and head home.  (more…)

Joe Genord accounted for the only USF run in this game.

The Bulls, 24-32, fell 9 to 1 to Uconn in the second game of the AAC tournament. USF had no answer to stop the Huskies offense. They will now have a do or die game tomorrow afternoon to keep the season alive.  (more…)

Jordan Reed took the field last year as a true freshman at the slot receiver position and will be looking to make a bigger impact in 2016.  (more…)