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Stars and Scrubs Episode 3: NBA Beef and Justice League

In this week’s episode of the “Stars and Scrubs” podcast, Jeffrey Waitkevich and “Big Mike,” aka Michael Fergusson, talk about the Eric Bledsoe trade, DeAndre Ayton and the return of college basketball, Tennessee firing Butch Jones and the new USF Football Center. Also, make sure to tune in to see what Jeffrey and Big Mike […]

USF Football begins the process of funding 40 million dollar practice stadium

Stars and Scrubs Episode 2: Basketball and Chris Pratt

In the second installment of the “Stars and Scrubs” podcast, Editor-in-Chief Michael Moore Jr. sits down with co-hosts Jeffrey Waitkevich and “Big Mike,” aka Michael Fergusson, to talk about the Orlando Magic, the trouble brewing in Cleveland and Tom Brady’s superb health for his age. Also, make sure to tune in to find out who […]

From thrift store to runway: alumnus hosts fashion show

Stars and Scrubs Episode I: The worst football week in recent memory

In the inaugural episode of The Crow’s Nest Sports Podcast, Editor-in-Chief Michael Moore Jr. joins Jeffrey Waitkevich and Michael Fergusson to talk about one of the worst football weeks in recent memory in the Sunshine State, including the USF Bulls’ imperfect season and UF’s football woes. The Orlando Magic and the release of the new horror flick […]

Stars and Scrubs Episode 3: NBA Beef and Justice League

Welcome to the 2017-2018 NBA season

The 2017 NBA offseason was one of the craziest offseasons the sports world has ever seen. Let’s be real: It may have been crazier than the regular season and playoffs combined. During the playoffs, the Golden State Warriors lost a whopping one game en route to their second NBA Championship in the past three seasons. […]

USF Football begins the process of funding 40 million dollar practice stadium

Off-campus sites found for intramural sports

The intramural season is set to start, despite the continued construction at USFSP. Leagues such as basketball and sand volleyball will be moved off-site during the creation of the Multipurpose Student Center. “The only major change was the sand volleyball, because obviously we used to have the courts right there at the corner,” said Todd […]