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Former USF football player Auggie Sanchez looks out after boarding a 24-foot Canyon Bay tower boat for a day on the waters of lower Tampa Bay on Thursday. [DIRK SHADD  |  Times]
After his dismissal from his alma mater, the Bulls’ career tackles leader became disillusioned with coaching.
Yesterday• USF Bulls
A standout quarterback at Alcorn State, Johnson will join the Bulls as a graduate transfer.
Yesterday• HomeTeam
The Bulls’ top scorer each of the past two seasons could return to USF for one final year.
Apr. 1• USF Bulls
A look at the high achievers and heart-stirring moments from the Bulls’ abbreviated 2019-20 sports year.
Mar. 31• USF Bulls


  1. In this Jan. 16, 2020, file photo, Oregon's Sabrina Ionescu celebrates a 3-point shot against Stanford during the third quarter in Eugene, Ore. Ionescu is the first player in college basketball history to have 2,000 points, 1,000 rebounds and 1,000 assists. [CHRIS PIETSCH  |  AP]
  2. Clemson coach Dabo Swinney yells to an official during the fourth quarter of a game against North Carolina in Chapel Hill, N.C., Saturday, Sept. 28, 2019. (AP Photo/Chris Seward) [CHRIS SEWARD  |  AP]
  3. LSU coach Ed Orgeron and his wife, Kelly, celebrate the Tigers' victory over Clemson in the College Football Playoff national championship game on Jan. 13, 2020, in New Orleans. [DAVID J. PHILLIP  |  AP]
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  5. In this Jan. 10, 2020, file photo, Mike Leach speaks to reporters and Mississippi State supporters in Starkville, Miss., after being officially introduced as the Bulldogs' new head football coach. [ROGELIO V. SOLIS  |  AP]
  6. Former USF football player Auggie Sanchez looks out after boarding a 24-foot Canyon Bay tower boat for a day on the waters of lower Tampa Bay on Thursday. [DIRK SHADD  |  Times]
  7. Two seasons ago at Alcorn State, quarterback Noah Johnson threw for 2,207 yards and ran for 1,080, setting a school record with a 92-yard scoring run. [CHRIS BRASHERS  |  Associated Press]
  8. In this Jan. 7, 2019, photo, Alabama's Tua Tagovailoa stands on the sideline after losing the national title game to Clemson. He was the Heisman Trophy runnerup that season. [BEN MARGOT  |  AP]
  9. USF Bulls guard David Collins shoots over Wichita State Shockers guard Tyson Etienne during a January game at the Yuengling Center in Tampa. [Times]
  10. Brigham Young Cougars linebacker Max Tooley (31) tackles USF Bulls running back Jordan Cronkrite (2) during the second half of the game at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa on Oct. 12. [Times]
  11. The USF softball team, led by interim coach Jess Moore (center), was 16-9 when its season was halted by mounting concerns over the coronavirus. [DIRK SHADD  |  Times]
  1. A January 1970 file photo showing Notre Dame college basketball player Austin Carr. Carr played for Notre Dame in an era when prolific scorers dominated college basketball such as LSU's Pete Maravich, but it's Carr's 61 points against Ohio in the first round in 1970 that still stands to this day as the most in an NCAA Tournament game. [AP]
  2. In this April 8, 2016, file photo, Villanova's Ryan Arcidiacono holds the trophy during a parade in Philadelphia celebrating the Wildcats' NCAA men's basketball championship. The NCAA and networks across the sports dial have infused fans with a hoops fix by rebroadcasting epic NCAA Tournament games. Coaches and players involved in those games are adding insight and a dash of humor by live tweeting during the replay. [MATT ROURKE  |  AP]
  3. In this Nov. 28, 1968, file photo of the now-defunct ABA, Miami Floridians' Les Hunter (41) is fouled by Oakland Oaks' Jim Eakins (42) while scoring a basket during a game in Miami. Hunter, a star on Loyola Chicago's barrier-breaking 1963 NCAA championship team, died Friday, March 27, 2020, the school said. He was 77 and had been battling cancer. [TOBY MASSEY  |  AP]
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  5. This March 12, 2020, file photo, shows the national office of the NCAA in Indianapolis. The NCAA says it will distribute $225 million to its Division I members in June, $375 million less than had been budgeted this year because the coronavirus outbreak forced the cancellation of the men's basketball tournament. [MICHAEL CONROY  |  AP]
  6. USF football coach Jeff Scott and wife Sara, pictured here with their 4-year-old daughter Savannah, are expecting a baby boy this summer. [OCTAVIO JONES  |  Times]
  7. Will college football, which draws huge crowds (especially in this state), be impacted by the current pandemic? Week 0 of the college season is slated for Aug. 29. [Times]
  8. USF quarterback Jordan McCloud drops back to pass during the Bulls' only spring football practice of 2020 at the Frank Morsani Football Complex in Tampa on March 10. [OCTAVIO JONES  |  Times]
  9. USF receiver Xavier Weaver (84) runs through drills during the Bulls' spring practice at the Frank Morsani Football Complex on March 10. [OCTAVIO JONES  |  Times]
  10. New USF coach Jeff Scott held one football practice before being forced to shut down spring camp due to the coronavirus outbreak. [OCTAVIO JONES  |  Times]
  11. A general view inside the Dayton Arena, Friday, March 13, 2020, in Dayton, Ohio. The coronavirus outbreak has abruptly roused the University of Dayton from its dream of a basketball season. The 29-2 Flyers were rolling into tournament play on a 20-game winning streak that had lifted spirits in an Ohio city battered in the past year by violent deaths and devastation. The NCAA decision to cancel March Madness ended hopes for the small Roman Catholic school's first Final Four appearance in 53 years. (AP Photo/Aaron Doster) [AARON DOSTER  |  AP]
  12. New USF football coach Jeff Scott oversaw one practice before the coronavirus outbreak forced the Bulls to shut things down. [OCTAVIO JONES  |  Times]