Those fans are not in the seats and their cheers will not be echoing throughout the stadium on a

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The University of South Florida Bulls ran onto the field at Raymond James for their first game of the season without the support of their fans.

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Those fans are not in the seats and their cheers will not be echoing throughout the stadium on a particularly impressive play.

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Despite this change, the players have previously stated they will be focused on the game when they are in the game. They did not seem to be too worried about the empty stands but, again, it adds to the uniqueness of this 2020 season.

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TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) – Five USF football players are in quarantine after one of them tested positive for COVID-19, according to head coach Jim Scott.

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TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) – The 2020 football schedule for the University of South Florida Bulls is coming together. The team announced the times for three games Tuesday afternoon.

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Not to change the topic here:

USF to face Notre Dame on Sept. 19, will play season opener with no fans

After days of waiting, USF didn’t just announce one game against Notre Dame. The Bulls announced three.

USF will travel to South Bend on Sept. 19, the programs announced Thursday. Both teams had holes in their schedules as other conferences and teams opted not to play this fall because of the coronavirus pandemic.

The Bulls said they will play the Irish two more times (including once at Raymond James Stadium), but those future dates are still being finalized.


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First Baptist’s Sincere Brown reminds Jeff Scott of former Clemson star wide receivers

First Baptist graduate Sincere Brown (7) is a freshman receiver at South Florida. Provided/USF Athletics

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The former Clemson co-offensive coordinator has eight former Tiger pass-catchers now in the NFL. One of them, the Arizona Cardinals’ DeAndre Hopkins, just signed a two-year, $54.4 million contract extension that makes him the highest paid non-quarterback in league history.

“It’s fun for me now to watch these guys get these big contracts,” Scott said Thursday. “I’ve been texting them, telling them that I’ll take one percent of their contracts for a little coaching back in the day.”

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