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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

Bulls cap historic season with bowl win

Improving their record from 8-5 to 11-2 this year, it feels like the Bulls came, saw and conquered the football season. Any average opposing defense crumbled against the Bull’s offense, headed by junior quarterback Quinton Flowers. Flowers started the season with a pass completion percentage of 59.1, 22 passing touchdowns, and 2296 total passing yards. […]

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

Bulls alumnus at Bowl

Jim Leavitt, the first coach in USF football history and the man who built the program from the ground-up, is headed to the Superbowl. Shortly after his departure from the University of South Florida, Leavitt was hired as the linebackers coach for the San Francisco 49ers. He has flourished under Jim Harbaugh’s direction since that […]

Turnovers, interceptions cost Bulls another game

USF football’s troubles continued last weekend against the Temple Owls, where the Bulls extended their losing streak to four games and moved to 0-2 in Big East conference play. The Owls pulled away late in the back-and-forth affair in Philadelphia to win 37-28. The way in which the loss played out was all too familiar […]