It’s a big year for USF both on and off the field. A new on-campus stadium is coming closer to a reality. In the meantime, the Bulls are lighting up Raymond James Stadium week after week. Our green and gold squad enjoyed a victory over FAMU on September 9. This Saturday, September 16, the Bulls face maybe the biggest challenge on its schedule: Alabama.
The game takes place at 3:30pm and will be show on the ABC Network. So let’s pack out the stadium and show that local Champa Bay Pride. Alabama is bouncing back from a rare regular season loss. The team was shut down in a 10 point loss to Texas.
Those interested in attended can reserve their tickets online. You never know who will show up to a USF game. Last weekend, none other than John Legend was on USF’s sidelines.
The buzz is all about the new head coach at USF, Alex Golesh, and his high-powered offense making waves under the Florida sun. Golesh, known for his record-setting offensive strategies, soared to the top, leading Tennessee and star player Hendon Hooker to stardom in 2022. With Golesh at the helm, the Volunteers clinched the No. 1 spot in total offense nationwide. It’s no surprise he earned Offensive Coordinator of the Year and snagged the top spot as head coach at USF.
USF Athletics just received its largest gift in its history. Tampa General Hospital just provided a $25 million gift. According to USF Athletics, this historic gift will help make a state-of-the-art training facility for college athletes a reality as part of USF’s major on-campus stadium project.
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