Sorry to interrupt the Notre Dame talk, but John Marinatto thought it would be a great idea to release the conference schedule 24 hours before college football starts up.
The Bulls don't have any time to rest after their difficult non-conference schedule as the Bulls open up Big East play with defending national champions UConn at the St. Pete Times Forum on December 28th. The Bulls follow that up with a home slate against Rutgers on New Year's Day before heading on the road to take on Notre Dame and Villanova.
To finish up the season, USF will be home against Cincinnati, away to Louisville, and home to West Virginia with a lot of losses in between. I'm an insane optimist (I thought last year's team was going to win 18 games. Seriously), and even I know this year is going to be bad.
Here is the full conference schedule. All home games will be at the St. Pete Times Forum.:
|Wednesday, December 28th||Connecticut||HOME|
|Sunday, January 1st||Rutgers||HOME|
|Thursday, January 5th||Villanova||AWAY|
|Tuesday, January 10th||Notre Dame||AWAY|
|Friday, January 13th||Seton Hall||HOME|
|Wednesday, January 18th||St. John's||HOME|
|Sunday, January 22nd||DePaul||AWAY|
|Tuesday, January 24th||Marquette||AWAY|
|Sunday, January 29th||Providence||HOME|
|Saturday, February 4th||Georgetown||AWAY|
|Wednesday, February 8th||Pittsburgh||HOME|
|Saturday, February 11th||Providence||AWAY|
|Wednesday, February 15th||Villanova||HOME|
|Sunday, February 19th||Pittsburgh||AWAY|
|Wednesday, February 22nd||Syracuse||AWAY|
|Sunday, February 26th||Cincinnati||HOME|
|Wednesday, February 29th||Louisville||AWAY|
|Saturday, March 3rd||West Virginia||HOME||
Alright so what do you guys think? 5 wins max?