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It is one of the greatest sports challenges ever. It is the ultimate competition in which we vie for the title of Master Tailgater. We work tirelessly to provide the biggest spread, the most booze, and an abundance of team spirit. We put our hearts, blood, sweat and tears into unfathomable decisions such as what to grill, how much liquor to bring, and which early game will we watch.
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I figured I would enlist some of the finest amateur Big East writers the internet has to offer. Syracuse writer Dan Kelley and UConn writer George Peterson from BleacherReport.com were generous enough to help me out. Together, the three of us took our best shot at trying to sort through the mess of mediocrity that is the Big East. As you can see by how varied our predictions are, what happens this season is anyone's guess.
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Here are my projected Big East results: 1. South Florida (11-1, 6-1) - The Bulls will take out in-state rivals Florida State and Miami en route to their best year in college football to date. They have Cincinnati and WVU at home, while traveling to Pitt and Rutgers. USF loses their undefeated season the final week of the year at Connecticut.
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Warren's path to the starting lineup has been marked by overcoming academic adversity. He signed with USF in 2006 out of Panama City's Bay High School, but fell two points short of a qualifying score on a college entrance exam. He earned that score and joined the Bulls in January 2007, but didn't see the field until last fall, when he played in seven games as a reserve lineman.
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George Selvie had a couple of goals in mind when he decided to play another season for South Florida. The senior defensive end who's one of the nation's top pass rushers had his sights on graduating, as well as helping the Bulls win their first Big East championship — something mid-season swoons denied them the past two years.
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College basketball coaches can hit the road Tuesday to visit recruits in person, so I've been trying to get a jump on where USF coach Stan Heath will be as he works to make the most of his three available scholarships.
SOCCER (W)
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USF will look to right the ship as it returns to the friendly confines of USF Soccer Stadium for three straight matches beginning with two this weekend as part of the 2009 Dafeldecker Classic...
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Say what you want about Wofford's chances against South Florida in the Bulls' season opener Saturday evening at Raymond James Stadium.What you need to know is that USF will control this contest.
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The University of South Florida men's soccer team hits the road for the first time during the 2009 regular season this weekend when it travels south on Interstate 75 to face Florida Gulf Coast University on Sept. 5.
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"We're four inches shorter and 30 pounds lighter everywhere," he said, according to the Times and Democrat. "We're just the Wofford Terriers ... a little, short-hair dog. It's just a small dog. But, that dog ain't going to be nothing but fight, baby."
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Senior defensive back Jerome Murphy plays a variety of positions and is ready to dominate this season!
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Finally we are within days of the official start of college football season. For the Bulls that means an opener against I-AA power Wofford. Gameday Central has you covered with everything you need for Sept. 5.
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I spoke with Tammie Dorsey today for the first time in a couple of months. She said she’s doing good and said she was “pretty excited” to hear USF officially had announced the Bulls would honor her son, Keeley Dorsey. Each week, a USF senior will wear Dorsey’s No. 10.

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University of South Florida men's basketball coach Stan Heath recently sat down with Jim Lighthall, the Voice of USF men's basketball, to recap the summer and give fans a sneak peak at the 2009-10 season.
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Two days before the University of South Florida’s season opener, Perkins, thought to be a senior, was notified by USF’s compliance department that his college eligibility actually ended last season. Ironically, Perkins was placed on scholarship by Coach Jim Leavitt earlier this summer.