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ESPN's Mark Schlabach made his own set of predictions in a column Tuesday, and one will jump out at Longhorn fans. Schlabach predicted former Texas and current South Florida coach Charlie Strong will finish with more wins than Tom Herman and the Longhorns in 2017.
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Stony Brook University will make the road trip from the shores of Long Island to the sun and surf of Tampa, as the Seawolves open the season against the No. 19 University of South Florida inside Raymond James Stadium, beginning at 4 PM.
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After improving to 16-5 in season-openers with the 42-22 victory at San Jose State last week, South Florida will go for its 20th win in 21 home openers when the No. 19 Bulls host Stony Brook on Saturday.
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The South Florida Bulls opened their season on Saturday night on the road with a 42-22 victory over the San Jose State Spartans.
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The University of South Florida Bulls have been much-hyped throughout this offseason. On Saturday, they got off to a shaky start before rolling on toward a 42-22 victory over the San Jose State Spartans.
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After a sloppy start in the first quarter that gave several USF fans PTSD flashbacks to McNeese State, the USF offense rattled of 42 points over the next three quarters while the defense came away with three timely interceptions to leave CEFCU Stadium with their first victory of the season. Like last year, we'll parse through the final box score to see what stood out and assign it a proper emoji.
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USF matched a program record with 28 points in the second quarter of the season opener and racked up 548 total yards of offense in new offensive coordinator Sterlin Gilbert's up-tempo attack. USF extended its nation-leading streak of 30-plus point games to 18.
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The start of the Charlie Strong era at South Florida didn’t quite go as scripted. Now that it’s over the coach of the 19th-ranked Bulls is actually pretty pleased that his team had to show the ability to overcome some adversity.
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One must wonder how Saturday's game affected Quinton Flowers' slim Heisman chances. Some voters may have written him off after the game's early slapstick (clearly not all his fault), only to watch him rally the Bulls before dusk even set in..
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But therein lay the difference between the languishing program Taggart inherited and the loaded one that fell into Strong's lap: Whereas the 2013 Bulls were crushed by a poor start, their 2017 predecessors simply were galvanized by it. "We've got new coaches and everything," quarterback Quinton Flowers said. "But at the end of the day I told the guys we can't flinch." Instead, they flourished
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He chose punt-returning over pouting. In lieu of sulking, he darted out of the backfield and caught short throws. Instead of envying Marlon Mack, he complemented him.
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Entering the season ranked No. 19 in the AP Top 25 and No. 21 in the USA Today Coaches Poll, the Bulls have high expectations about a special season and it all starts with their opening day meeting on the road with the San Jose State Spartans.
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The Bulls will be the first ranked team to take the field this season when they travel to San Jose State to play the Spartans on Saturday in their first game under new coach Brent Brennan.
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The Bulls are coming off a fantastic 2016 season but saw Willie Taggart leave to take over at Oregon. In his place is Charlie Strong, who struggled at Texas but was wonderful at Louisville. Strong inherits a team with lofty expectations heading into the season.
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D'Ernest Johnson has pretty much done it all for USF in the past three seasons and he's looking do even more as the Bulls' featured back.