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USF men's and women's basketball schedules for 2010-11

2010-11 USF men's basketball schedule

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Date Opponent Location

Nov. 12 Southern Miss Tampa

Nov. 15 St. Francis (N.Y.) Tampa

Nov. 18 UCF at Orlando

Nov. 21 Georgia Southern (South Padre Invitational) Tampa

Nov. 23 Liberty (South Padre Invitational) Tampa

Nov. 26 St. Mary's/Texas Tech (South Padre Invitational) at South Padre, Texas

Nov. 27 Brigham Young (South Padre Invitational) at South Padre, Texas

Dec. 1 Virginia Commonwealth Tampa

Dec. 4 Florida Atlantic at Boca Raton

Dec. 12 Kent State at Kent, Ohio

Dec. 15 Auburn Tampa

Dec. 18 James Madison Tampa

Dec. 22 Cleveland State at Cleveland

Dec. 28 Seton Hall * at South Orange, N.J.

Dec. 31 Connecticut * at Storrs, Conn.

Jan. 6 Villanova * Tampa

Jan. 9 Louisville * Tampa

Jan. 12 Cincinnati * at Cincinnati

Jan. 16 Providence * Tampa

Jan. 20 Rutgers * at Newark, N.J.

Jan. 23 West Virginia * at Morgantown, W.Va.

Jan. 27 DePaul * Tampa

Feb. 2 Providence * at Providence, R.I.

Feb. 5 Syracuse * Tampa

Feb. 9 Marquette * Tampa

Feb. 12 Notre Dame * Tampa

Feb. 16 Pittsburgh * at Pittsburgh

Feb. 19 Georgetown * Tampa

Feb. 26 DePaul * at Chicago

March 2 Pittsburgh * Tampa

March 5 St. John's * at Queens, N.Y.

* Big East Conference game

2010-11 USF women's basketball schedule

Date Opponent Location

Oct. 30 Jacksonville Tampa

Nov. 14 Middle Tennessee State at Murfreesboro, Tenn.

Nov. 17 Stetson Tampa

Nov. 20 Morgan State Tampa

Nov. 22 Auburn Tampa

Nov. 26 Alabama-Birmingham at Birmingham, Ala.

Nov. 27 Samford at Birmingham, Ala.

Nov. 30 Florida Atlantic Tampa

Dec. 2 Connecticut * Tampa

Dec. 12 North Florida Tampa

Dec. 14 Wake Forest Tampa

Dec. 18 UNLV at Las Vegas

Dec. 19 Southern Methodist at Las Vegas

Dec. 20 Texas at Las Vegas

Dec. 30 Nebraska at Lincoln, Neb.

Jan. 5 Cincinnati * Tampa

Jan. 8 Providence * at Providence, R.I.

Jan. 11 DePaul * at Chicago

Jan. 16 Marquette * Tampa

Jan. 22 West Virginia * at Morgantown, W.Va.

Jan. 29 Syracuse * at Syracuse, N.Y.

Feb. 5 Notre Dame * Tampa

Feb. 8 Georgetown * at Washington, D.C.

Feb. 12 Pittsburgh * at Pittsburgh

Feb. 16 St. John's * Tampa

Feb. 19 Louisville * Tampa

Feb. 23 Rutgers * at Newark, N.J.

Feb. 26 Villanova * at Philadelphia

Feb. 28 Georgetown * Tampa

* Big East Conference game

USF men's and women's basketball schedules for 2010-11 09/17/10 [Last modified: Friday, September 17, 2010 8:28pm]
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