Flowers Leads USF Over Cincinnati 33-3 For 11th Straight WinTwo of the longest win streaks in college football reside in the state of Florid
Teen Sues USF Frat Over Alleged Sexual AssaultA teen who claims she was sexually assaulted by a University of South Florida fraternity member at a party late last year has filed a lawsuit.
Former Texas Coach Charlie Strong Joins South FloridaA big splash is coming to one of the Treasure Coast’s top schools.
South Floridians Making An Impact At USFAs Quinton “Winky” Flowers walked up and down the field over the weekend, watching hundreds of high school football players competing in the annual USF Sling & Shoot 7-on-7 event, he saw a lot of himself among those athletes.
USF Sling & Shoot A Perfect Late Offseason DestinationOver the past two decades, the University of South Florida Sling & Shoot 7-on-7 event – as well as the Lineman Challenge – is a place where careers have been launched.
Satellite Camps Making Dreams Come True For Local AthletesFor those who have been finding so many negatives when it comes to college football programs hosting satellite camps across the country, maybe you need to ask four South Florida high school prospects who watched their lives change last Saturday morning.
Drug Might Help Breast Cancer Patients Avoid Heart DamageA heart drug may offset some of the negative effects of cancer treatment for women with breast cancer.
Court: University Of Florida Can Ban Guns In Dorm RoomsAn appeals court may have just helped empty the loaded question of whether or not guns should be allowed on campus, or at least jammed it for now.
2nd USF Football Player Accused Of Firing Gun On CampusFor a second time this week, a University of South Florida football player is accused of firing a gun on campus.
Police: USF Football Player Fired Gun On Campus At Dorm A University of South Florida football player was arrested, accused of firing his gun on campus, authorities said.
Survey: Floridians Oppose Guns On CampusIn the months before gunfire erupted at an Oregon community college in a mass shooting that killed nine people and the gunman, Floridians were deeply skeptical of proposals that would allow students to carry concealed weapons on campus, according to a survey released this week by the University of South Florida.
Scott, Cabinet Start Talks On Future Of Ex-Reform SchoolThe future of a former state-run reform school where children were allegedly abused and died is in question, as Gov. Rick Scott and the Florida Cabinet begin discussions Tuesday.