USF kicker Maikon Bonani (28) celebrates his game-winning field goal following the Bulls' 37-34 upset of No. 11 Kansas on Sept. 12, 2008, at Raymond James Stadium.
As the Bulls’ silver-anniversary season looms, we reflect on their most memorable games to date.
The Bulls’ 1,000-game winner leads Team USA into its Olympics opener tonight in Tokyo.
Florida-Georgia? Miami-Alabama? FSU-Notre Dame? Yes, please.
The latest numbers from ESPN’s Football Power Index put two state teams in the top 12.


  1. USF kicker Maikon Bonani (28) celebrates his game-winning field goal following the Bulls' 37-34 upset of No. 11 Kansas on Sept. 12, 2008, at Raymond James Stadium.
  2. Vols coach Josh Heupel speaks to reporters during SEC media days Tuesday in Hoover, Ala.
  3. Team USA softball coach Ken Eriksen and his squad begin Olympic play tonight against Italy.
  4. Presumptive Gators starter Emory Jones will be a factor in some of the state's biggest games of the season.
  5. Howard University president Wayne A. I. Frederick, left, speaks with NCAA president Mark Emmert as the Senate Commerce, Science, and Transportation Committee prepares to hold a hearing on athlete compensation and federal legislative proposals to enable college athletes to monetize their name, image, and likeness June 9 at the Capitol in Washington.
  6. Tampa Bay teams have celebrated several championships this past year and earned the Lombardi Trophy and Stanley Cup, among many, many others.
  7. Every Miami Hurricanes player on scholarship will reportedly be able to make an endorsement deal with a mixed martial arts academy.
  8. USF tight end Mitchell Wilcox is one of the hundreds of players who participated in the East-West Shrine Bowl at Tropicana Field. It's moving to Las Vegas for 2022.
  9. Nicholas Petit-Frere, a Berkeley Prep alumnus at Ohio State, and a Tampa tech company signed one of the first deals of the name, image and likeness era.
  10. New USF receivers coach/pass-game coordinator Bobby Bentley observes the Bulls' spring game at Raymond James Stadium in March.
  11. The NCAA Board of Directors approved one of the biggest changes in the history of college athletics, clearing the way for athletes to start earning money based on their fame and celebrity without fear of endangering their eligibility or putting their school in jeopardy of violating amateurism rules that have stood for decades.
  12. USF second-year coach Jeff Scott directs players during a March 2 spring practice on campus. The 2021 Bulls open their season Sept. 2 at North Carolina State.
  13. NCAA athletes will soon be able to make money off their name, image and likeness.
  14. The NCAA has had an eventful week, from a Supreme Court ruling to the final preparations before name, image and likeness legislation takes effect.
  15. USF football attendance has been a financial drain for the Bulls. Athletic director Michael Kelly is pleading for more support from fans, alumni and community members.
  16. USF would welcome a bigger College Football Playoff bracket.
  17. FSU football coach Mike Norvell would have had a much different December 2019 under a 12-game College Football Playoff.
  18. A Supreme Court ruling on Monday will help determine whether schools decide to offer athletes tens of thousands of dollars in education-related benefits for things such as computers, graduate scholarships, tutoring, study abroad and internships.
  19. USF will not renew the contract of associate head coach Tom Herrion, pictured here in a 2012 file photo, after an independent review concluded he committed misconduct by making inappropriate comments to players.
  20. The national title won by LSU, and quarterback Joe Burrow, in the 2019 season is the only time a team other than Alabama or Clemson has finished on top since 2015. Expanding the playoff field to 12 teams will make it harder for one or two programs to dominate, and it will give everyone else a little more hope.
  21. There is no joy in the USF dugout during the ninth inning of the second and final game at the Austin (Texas) super region.
  22. USF redshirt junior Riley Hogan has been extra hot during the playoff stretch for the Bulls, who are playing in their first super regional this weekend at perennial power Texas.
  23. Alabama's Ronnie Harrison (15) breaks up a pass intended for Clemson's Artavis Scott during the 2016 NCAA college football playoff championship game in Glendale, Ariz. The College Football Playoff would expand from four to 12 teams, with six spots reserved for the highest ranked conference champions, under a proposal that will be considered next week by the league commissioners who manage the postseason system, a person familiar with announcement told The Associated Press on Thursday.