USF football head coach Willie Taggart visited USF St. Petersburg on Friday afternoon, becoming the first coach in the history of the program to visit the campus. The event, called “Locker Room Lunch” presented by USFSP Student Government in the University Student Center, provided both the campus and the St. [...]
Entering last Saturday’s match with the Atlanta Silverbacks, Tampa Bay Rowdies goalkeeper Andrew Fontein had not allowed...
The University of South Florida has added home-and-home football series against Wisconsin and Maryland for upcoming...
A 3-1 halftime lead looked like with would be enough on Saturday night at Al Lang Field. But as quickly as they had...
The Bulls football squad was on display for both fans and coaches in USF’s 2013 Spring Game.Read more ›
As far as we know, 2013 Masters winner Jason Day is not a racist. Neither is Jim Nantz, the broadcaster whose voice is synonymous with the poetic intros to the tournament’s television coverage. The approximately 35,000 fans who attend are, for the most part, probably also not racists. “What no [...]Read more ›
“I just felt like this was the best opportunity for me. It’s an opportunity that I’ve always wanted.” Michigan guard Trey Burke on leaving the Wolverines to enter the NBA draft. The decision comes after Burke was voted The Associated Press national player of the year and lead his Michigan [...]Read more ›
For months following the announcement that the current Big East would split, with the football playing members being left to pick up the pieces of the broken conference, fans haven’t known what to call the entity. During that time, new schools have signed up to join the nameless conference, while [...]Read more ›
The banner was raised. The trophy was presented. Ralph’s Mob was chanting. The 2012 NASL Champions once again celebrated their title on Saturday night before beginning the quest for back-to-back championships. Though the Rowdies’ first match with the Carolina RailHawks would end in a 0-0 draw, it provided a solid [...]Read more ›
The Tampa Bay Rays have had a history of spending economically and efficiently on players who can contribute in the present. While not having the privilege of offering long term contracts, the Rays have had to run a system based on maximizing the contributions of low-cost, part-time players. The organization [...]Read more ›