A look at Houston, which hosts USF on Saturday at TDECU StadiumNickame: CougarsRecord: 6-1 (3-0 AAC)Wins: at Rice, 45-27; Arizona, 45-18; Texas Southern, 70-14; Tulsa, 41-26; at East Carolina, 42-2
by: Mitch Sherman — ESPN: American Athletic Blog 24 Oct
The SEC has six of the 15 teams left, including the Aggies, in the hunt for the College Football Playoff, while unbeaten UCF and USF are out.
by: Connor Akeman — SB Nation: The Daily Stampede 22 Oct
USF’s annual "Salute to Service" will have an afternoon kickoff.
by: Joey KnightTimes staff writerMore articles window.authors=[["Joey","Knight"]]; — Tampa Bay Times: USF Sports Bulletin 22 Oct
For those who scoff at any team-of-destiny talk surrounding the No. 21 Bulls, we present this little news nugget that surfaced Monday.USF might — might — catch Houston this we
by: Fred Goodall — Orlando Sentinel: College Gridiron 365 22 Oct
USF's Johnny Ford rushed for three touchdowns, helping the Bulls beat UConn Saturday and stay undefeated.
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by: Gary Stephen — SB Nation: The Daily Stampede 22 Oct
USF didn’t win by 33 points. Who’d a thunk it?
by: Gary Stephen — SB Nation: The Daily Stampede 21 Oct
Well, we didn’t lose.Other than that, there’s not muchpositive to say. USF can’t screwaround like this next week orHouston will stomp them.
by: Kelly Parsons — Tampa Bay Times: USF Sports Bulletin 21 Oct
TAMPA — It was just a 6-yard run in a game that was already all but over; USF was running out the clock in its 38-30 victory against Connecticut on Saturday when the carry pushed RB Jordan Cr
by: Gary Shelton — Gary Shelton Sports 19 Oct
Friday, 2 a.m. In college football, the road to success is built on a good defense. Isn't it? Why, look at unbeaten Cincinnati, which is third in the nation in scoring defense. Or Clemson, which is sixth. Or Alabama, which
by: Joey KnightTimes staff writerMore articles window.authors=[["Joey","Knight"]]; — Tampa Bay Times: USF Sports Bulletin 19 Oct
TAMPA — There's no skirting the laws of physics and gravity. All kickers, regardless of the amount of horsepower harnessed in their respective quads and calves, have a ceiling.For most,
by: Gary Stephen — SB Nation: The Daily Stampede 19 Oct
We examine the history of teams that started 6-0 and finished less goodly.
by: Rick StroudTimes staff writerMore articles window.authors=[["Rick","Stroud"]]; — Tampa Bay Times: USF Sports Bulletin 18 Oct
Times college football beat reporter Matt Baker joins Rick Stroud to discuss whether USF and UCF can make it to their matchup in November undefeated.Plus, they talk about how the Gators are pr