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Bullogosphere - Young Vibe in Athletics, Panhandle Camp, and FB Game Times

And also, gasp, a look at USF's last bowl win, against Clemson. Boy have those two programs gone in opposite directions!

Orlando Antigua throws the first pitch at a Rays game earlier this month
Orlando Antigua throws the first pitch at a Rays game earlier this month
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Here's a look at what others are saying about USF athletics

Tampa Bay Times looks are USF's new, youthful athletic department

After following Mark Harlan, Willie Taggart, and Orlando Antigua around the Tampa Bay region, friend of the blog Joey Johston takes a gander at how, In a relatively short period of time, USF went from having a 62 year-old athletic director, a 48 year-old football coach, and a 49 year-old basketball coach, to finding replacements aged 44, 37, and 41, respectively.

Now, USF's athletic director and three of its most prominent coaches all are 45 or younger. No other major program in the South — and no school in any of the five power conferences — can make that claim.

"In the beginning, I was very concerned," said Mike Charles, a current board member and former president of the USF Bulls Club.

"But I luckily have been blessed with the opportunity to actually be able to spend some time with our new AD, our new basketball coach, and actually I know Willie … and I'd have to say I'm very excited about the future, and I think that things are going to get back in shape at USF again."

Coach Taggart gets a look at high schoolers up in the Panhandle

Along with coaches from Florida A&M and the new program at West Florida, Taggart got a first hand look at some of the panhandle's high school talent in Panama City.

Game Times set for N.C. State and Cincinnati

Game times were set for this season's games hosting N.C. State and at Cincinnati. The home matchup against the Wolfpack will be a rare September afternoon home game for the Bulls.

Saturday, Sept. 13 vs. N.C. State - 3:30 p.m. on CBSCS

Friday, Oct. 24 vs. Cincinnati @ Paul Brown Stadium - 7 p.m. on ESPN/ESPN2

Rewind: USF beats Clemson in the Meineke Car Care Bowl

Remember that! We were good! Four short years ago USF beat Clemson in a bowl game.