Ineffective offense and worn out defense lead Bulls to a huge loss to Memphis in the last game at Raymond James Stadium this season.
The red-hot SMU Mustangs ran rough shot over the Bulls in their first conference game of the season.
The seventh edition in our third annual SoFloBulls.com South Florida Football Highlights Series brings you a Dr. Krop High alum who glowed up in his green and gold premiere. #𝗦𝘁𝗖𝗶𝗻𝗰𝗼 also took the time to answer a few questions for us in quick Q&A for the reel release.
We chopped it up in a quick Q&A with USF running back Johnny Ford to sauce up the release of our #𝗙𝟓𝗝𝗼𝗵𝗻𝗻𝗼 2018 Highlights before the 2019 Spring Game this Saturday!
True freshman USF running back Johnny Ford blackouts out for career night, rushing for 164 yards, 3 TD’s in win over UConn to remain undefeated.
SoFloBulls.com | No. 3 — 2007 South Florida — It was the season that could have put South Florida football on the map. Despite being just the 11th season in program history and third in the Big East, Jim Leavitt’s 2007 Bulls quickly found themselves in uncharted waters….
SoFloBulls.com | TAMPA – Fans flocked to Corbett Stadium on Saturday afternoon to attend the USF football Spring Game and the Bulls gave them a can’t-miss show on campus. Quarterback Steven Bench threw for 317 yards and three scores to help the White Team hand the Green Team a 35-3 loss in front of a crowd of approximately 2,000 that surrounded the Bulls in the stands and on the grass berms at the home of the USF men’s and women’s soccer teams.
SoFloBulls.com | Oregon wide receiver Eric Dungy is expected to transfer to South Florida to play his final season, sources told ESPN. Dungy is the son of former Indianapolis Colts and Tampa Bay Buccaneers coach Tony Dungy, who still lives in Tampa. Eric Dungy’s transfer to USF is not official, but on Wednesday he and his father visited the school, sources said.