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  1. USF and UCF will play the final "War on I-4" for a while on Saturday. Will the Bulls be celebrating the way they did in 2015?
  2. Florida Gators quarterback Anthony Richardson will try to lead his team past Florida State on Friday.
  3. Jackson State coach Deion Sanders is one of the hottest names on this year's coaching carousel. Is he interested in USF?
  4. USF quarterback Quinton Flowers accounted for 605 yards by himself in his team's 49-42 loss to rival UCF in the teams' classic 2017 encounter in Orlando.
  5. Patrick Payton and the Florida State Seminoles have jumped into our top 15.
  6. Tennis Hall of Famer Gigi Fernandez backhands a ball while filming a series of video segments with FuzzyYellowBalls.com at Innisbrook. The online tennis lessons site works with the greatest minds in tennis who share their secrets through a series of mini lessons with subscribers.
  7. Navy wide receiver Vincent Terrell Jr. scores a touchdown during the first half of Saturday's win over UCF in Orlando.
  8. Braylon Braxton, pictured during a game against Tulane, threw for 302 yards and a score as Tulsa held off USF 48-42 on Friday night.
  9. Does former Bucs running back Cadillac Williams deserve head coaching looks because of his early success as Auburn's interim coach?
  10. USF forward Dulcy Fankam Mendjiadeu (32) works for positioning against Alabama center Jada Rice during Wednesday's game at Yuengling Center in Tampa. The Bulls won 67-59.
  11. Jackson State coach Deion Sanders and Florida A&M coach Willie Simmons both have head coaching experience and Florida ties.
  12. University of Tampa men's basketball coach Richard Schmidt, 80, gives instructions during a recent practice at Bob Martinez Athletics Center. Schmidt, in his 40th season, has won more than 700 games at the school.
  13. USF guard Elena Tsineke, left, drives to the basket as Alabama guard JaMya Mingo-Young guards her during Wednesday's game at Yuengling Center in Tampa. Tsineke scored 22 points while holding Crimson Tide guard Brittany Davis to just five.
  14. USF quarterback Katravis Marsh, seen here during a 2021 practice, is expected to make a full recovery from neck surgery.
  15. Scott Frost was a top assistant at Oregon before turning UCF around.
  16. Florida State coach Mike Norvell high-fives wide receiver Kentron Poitier during the second half of Saturday's win at Syracuse.
  17. Jordan Travis and the Seminoles have moved into the top 20 of our AP top 25 ballot.
  18. UCF quarterback John Rhys Plumlee (10) runs against Tulane safety Lummie Young IV (23) during Saturday's game in New Orleans.
  19. USF quarterback Katravis Marsh, seen here earlier this season, was injured in Saturday's loss to SMU.
  20. Former USF quarterback Quinton Flowers set 42 school records during his Bulls career. On Thursday night, he formally was inducted in the school's athletic hall of fame.
  21. Former Bulls football coach Jim Leavitt built the program from scratch and led the team its first 13 seasons before his dismissal in January 2010.
  22. Coastal Carolina coach Jamey Chadwell is someone USF football fans should be watching this week as the Bulls' coaching search gets going.
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