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Strong First Win for USF

Charlie Strong has had a very inconsistent collegiate coaching career. He has spent time coaching at Florida, Texas A&M, Southern Illinois, Ole Miss, Notre Dame, South Carolina, Louisville, and Texas. He acquired his first full-time coaching gig as a wide receiver coach for Southern Illinois in 1986, and then moved …

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Gator Baseball’s Road to Omaha Starts Against Marist in Gainesville Regional

The Gator baseball team is the overall third national seed in the NCAA Baseball Tournament and will be hosting the Gainesville Regional, with their first game coming against Marist (32-21) on Friday night. GAINESVILLE REGIONAL #1 Florida#2 South Florida#3 Bethune-Cookman#4 Marist#RoadToOmaha pic.twitter.com/A0GYG6HFA3 — NCAA Baseball (@NCAACWS) May 29, 2017 This …

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Bulls Pull 18 Recruits

The Challenge The South Florida Bulls pulled in 18 recruits on National Signing Day.  New head coach Charlie Strong had a limited window to secure a 2017 Class since being named USF’s fourth head coach on December 11. Strong says time was the biggest challenge in connecting with recruits. He secured …

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Coming In Strong To USF

Former Texas head coach Charlie Strong is looking to continue to build up the University of South Florida’s football program. Yet to coach a down for the team, Strong has already noticed he has a good foundation to build on. Signs of a Bright Future for the Bulls Taking over a …

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