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PHOTOS: Take a look at USF football's first official practice of the season through the lens of Tim Britt.
BLOG: The up-tempo offense stole the show on Day 1 of USF Football fall camp at the Morsani Complex.
BLOG: USF's deep secondary is enjoying increased opportunities to make plays in the new 4-2-5 defensive scheme. "We want more turnovers," Johnny Ward said.
BLOG: Just like the spring, USF's defense made plays in the 4-2-5 scheme on Day 2 of fall camp. "This is a natural scheme for us," senior Jamie Byrd said.
BLOG: USF showcased its depth on the offensive line during the first full-squad practice of the fall Saturday morning.
With USF mired in the worst losing streak in program history, Bulls senior center Chaz Hine, one of the team's four captains, called a players-only meeting and addressed the team prior to Monday's practice.
The University of South Florida's current four-game losing streak has been a tough stretch for all in the program to endure, but Bulls coach Skip Holtz said most of the frustration centers around how a handful of plays have prevented the team from being in a much different position.
The USF women's basketball team has a pair for 6-foot-4 towers hitting the floor at the same time when the team starts its season off Friday at the WBI Tip-Off Tournament in Daytona Beach.
USF is in the midst of a four-game losing streak. Will a players-only meeting help turn the tide?
After watching video of Saturday's 20-17 overtime loss at Rutgers, USF coach Skip Holtz saw so much wrong with the Bulls' special-teams play that he made up a new word to describe how bad it was.
While nothing much went right for the University of South Florida in a 44-17 drubbing at Pittsburgh that began a program-worst four-game losing streak, the past three setbacks featured a puzzling trend.
The University of South Florida men's soccer team had its 11-game winning streak snapped Sunday afternoon, but there was a hidden blessing.
With the Big East crumbling around them, the West Virginia Mountaineers are reportedly ready to make the jump to the Big 12 following next season. For all intents and purposes, this would likely kill the Big East as an automatic-qualifying conference.
USF men's basketball coach Stan Heath has picked up his third commitment toward the 2012 recruiting class, getting a pledge after an official visit from JaVontae Hawkins, a 6-foot-5, 180-pound shooting guard from Flint, Mich.
USF coach Stan Heath has landed another big commitment for the 2012-13 recruiting class, securing a verbal pledge from 6-foot-5 shooting guard JaVontae Hawkins, who is regarded as a Top 100 recruit by both and