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Second Half Rally Pushes Temple Past USF

Isaiah Wright returned a punt 73 yards for a go-ahead touchdown and Chapelle Russell recovered a fumble in the end zone to cap a big second half as Temple rallied for a 27-17 victory over South Florida on Saturday.

King Totals 7 TDs As Houston Ends USF’s Undefeated Run

D'Eriq King had a hand in a career-high seven touchdowns, throwing for 419 yards and five scores and running for 134 yards and two more touchdowns in Houston's 57-36 victory over No. 21 South Florida.

No. 23 USF Resumes Conference Play At Tulsa On Friday Night

No. 23 USF still has some things to clean up as conference play resumes Friday night at Tulsa

AAC Roundup: UCF Continues To Dominate Regardless Of Who They Play

UCF continues to manhandle opponents and looks impressive in so doing.

Milton’s 6 TDs Pace UCF Past FAU In Second Half Rout

McKenzie Milton ran for a career-best three touchdowns while throwing for three more, helping the Knights rally from a second-quarter deficit to remain unbeaten and extend the nation's longest winning streak with a 56-36 rout of Florida Atlantic on Friday night.

USF Looks To Remain Unbeaten Against Displaced ECU

The USF Bulls open conference play Saturday night against an ECU team that was displaced by Hurricane Florence and has been staying in Orlando.

UCF Storms Through Connecticut

To open the new year, #21 UCF's plane to Rentschler Field was delayed a few hours. Still, they traveled to East Hartford to play the inexperienced Connecticut Huskies. The evening went mostly as expected for the reigning champion Knights.

USF Bulls Ready For Season Opener Against Elon

The USF team that takes the field for Saturday night’s opener at Raymond James Stadium against Elon will look much different than the team that concluded last season with a Birmingham Bowl victory over Texas Tech. 

As Camp Winds Down, Position Battles At USF Continue

It was the Bulls’ final scrimmage before they begin to prepare in earnest for their September 1 opener against visiting Elon. Believe it or not that is little more than a week away, though coach Charlie Strong said there is still enough time when it comes to settling position battles, including what has been a three-way quarterback competition.

USF’s Greg Reaves Goes From A Military Lifestyle To College Football

Colorado Springs is a long away from Bradenton. For Greg Reaves there were times when it seemed much further than the roughly 1,500 miles it would add to a frequent flier program.
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