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South Florida Bulls men's basketball at a glance

Coach: Stan Heath (21-41, third season at USF, 133-118 overall)Last season: 9-22, 4-14 (14th in Big East)

Roster

No. Player Ht. Pos Yr.

1 Ron Anderson Jr. 6-8 F Jr.*

2 B.J. Daniels 6-1 G So.

3 Chris Howard 6-3 G Sr.

4 Jordan Dumars 6-5 G Fr.

5 Justin Leemow 6-1 G So.

10 Anthony Crater 6-1 G So.**

11 Alex Rivas 6-10 C Sr.

13 Ryan Kardok 6-3 G Sr.

20 Dominique Jones 6-4 G Jr.

22 Shaun Noriega 6-4 G Fr.

23 Mike Burwell 6-6 G Fr.

24 Gus Gilchrist 6-10 F/C So.

31 Jarrid Famous 6-11 F/C Jr.

32 Toarlyn Fitzpatrick 6-8 F Fr.

33 Mike Mercer 6-5 G Sr.

* sitting out season as transfer from Kansas State ** eligible Dec. 12 after transferring from Ohio State

Schedule

Friday at Southern Methodist, 8:30

Nov. 16Virginia, 7:30

Nov. 19 Davidson*, 7

Nov. 20 LaSalle or South Carolina*, 7/9:30

Nov. 22 TBA*

Nov. 25 Kent State, 7

Nov. 27 Florida Atlantic, 7

Dec. 2 Hampton, 7

Dec. 13 Central Michigan, 2

Dec. 16 Central Florida, 7

Dec. 19 San Francisco**, 5

Dec. 20 San Diego**, 5

Dec. 30 at Louisville, 7

Jan. 5 Notre Dame, 7

Jan. 10 at Syracuse, 2

Jan. 13 West Virginia, 7

Jan. 16 Rutgers, 7

Jan. 20 at Cincinnati, 7

Jan. 23 at Providence, 8

Jan. 28 Seton Hall, 7

Jan. 31 Pittsburgh, 1

Feb. 3 at Georgetown, 7

Feb. 7 at Notre Dame, noon

Feb. 13 at Marquette, 8:30

Feb. 16 Cincinnati, 7

Feb. 20 St. John's, noon

Feb. 24 at Villanova, 9

Feb. 27 Providence, 7

March 2 at DePaul, 7:30

March 6 Connecticut, 2

* at Charleston Classic ** at Las Vegas Holiday Hoops Classic

South Florida Bulls men's basketball at a glance 11/07/09 [Last modified: Saturday, November 7, 2009 8:29pm]
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