USF F B.J. Mack announces intention to transfer

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The USF men’s basketball team has lost one of its reserve big men on Sunday afternoon when freshman forward B.J. Mack announced his intention to transfer from the program via Twitter.

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Mack scored 2.1 points and grabbed 1.2 rebounds per game in 19 games with the Bulls in his first season in Tampa.

“After much thought and conversation with my family, I feel that it is in best interest of me to transfer from the University of South Florida,” Mack wrote.

He played a majority of the non-conference slate and saw his best game of the season come in the non-conference finale against Florida Atlantic, where he scored a career-best ten points in 14 minutes, needing just three shots, including a pair of three-pointers to reach the milestone. Mack was 4-of-4 from the free throw line in the victory.

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FanFest Highlights: “I’m never really ready for any guy to hug me from behind.” – Giants Extra

Bruce Bochy and Brandon Belt were side by side during a Q&A session at FanFest, a nice shout out to Twitter, I guess. Bochy looked up at the beat writers during the session and whispered ‘Dodgers.’ Belt, of course, got into some hot water last FanFest when he told a similar group that you can’t buy chemistry.

‘Yeah,’ Belt said this time around. ‘I’m not saying anything about the Dodgers. I’m not saying anything stupid today.’

Still, plenty was said. The crowds were much smaller this year but the Giants still took turns on various stages. Here are some of the highlights from the Q&A sessions in the club level.

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Date: 2014-02-01T22:03:25+00:00
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