USF has a major opportunity Friday to re-establish itself as a football program to be taken seriously. The Bulls face No. 2-ranked Cincinnati at Raymond James Stadium. Cincinnati is the highest-ranked Football Bowl Subdivision team to play a regular-season game in Tampa.
The Bulls are 2-7 this season and have won only seven of their last 29 games. But, the USF Bulls scored 42 points against one-loss Houston last week. That even impressed Cincy Coach Luke Fickell.
“South Florida hasn’t won a bunch of games, but you can really look at them and say, boy, they’re getting better,” he said.
– Joe Henderson, Extensive Enterprises Media