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Stampeding Through The USF Football Roster: The History Of #68

Rocky salutes you wearers of #68. Mandatory Credit: Phil Sears-US PRESSWIRE
Rocky salutes you wearers of #68. Mandatory Credit: Phil Sears-US PRESSWIRE

No one has taken Michael Walsh's #68 yet, so let's see who else has worn this beauty of a number.

  • Joey Sipp (1997-2000): Sipp was one of the OGs and a constant presence on the offensive line during USF's time in 1-AA. Sipp started the first 44 games in USF history, with the first 11 at guard and the final 33 at center.
  • Frank Davis (2002-05): One of the true success stories at USF. The native of Panama caught USF's eye at a camp and was offered a roster spot. Big Frank switched from defensive tackle to guard and started 24 games over his career with the Bulls. Frank played three seasons in the NFL with the Detroit Lions and the Cincinnati Bengals, and also had a stint with the Las Vegas Locomotives of the UFL
  • Jeffery Ide (2006): Tried on convert from a tight end to an offensive tackle at USF, but had to leave the team after one season due to a lingering foot injury.
  • Michael Walsh (2007-11): Was a stalwart on special teams for three years as the long snapper for the Bulls. Was good enough at his job as the long snapper to be put on scholarship last season. Walsh even posted a tackle against Florida A&M last year.