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Stampeding Through The USF Football Roster: The History Of #94

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CHARLOTTE NC - DECEMBER 31:  Head coach Skip Holtz of the USF Bulls celebrates after a 31-26 victory over the Clemson Tigers at Bank of America Stadium on December 31 2010 in Charlotte North Carolina.  (Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)
CHARLOTTE NC - DECEMBER 31: Head coach Skip Holtz of the USF Bulls celebrates after a 31-26 victory over the Clemson Tigers at Bank of America Stadium on December 31 2010 in Charlotte North Carolina. (Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)
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Since no one wears #94 on the current USF football roster, let's look at the three players who have worn it during the first 15 years:

  • Tavares Jurineack (2000-02): Our choice for the best #94 in program history last year. Played three seasons at defensive tackle and recorded a total of 148 tackles, including an 18 TFL season in 2002.
  • Allen Cray (2004-07): Was part of the defensive tackle rotation all four years, starting a total of 21 games. Balled so hard in 2006 with 31 tackles, 8.5 TFL, 5.5 sacks, a forced fumble, and a fumble recovery.
  • Craig Marshall (2008-10): Joined USF after a year at Pearl River CC, along with his teammates Theo Wilson and Kion Wilson. Recorded a total of 73 tackles, 19 for loss, and nine sacks. His most famous moment was earholing Christian Ponder on the last snap Florida State took in their 17-7 loss to USF in 2009.