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USF’s Scott Glaser to oversee Gasparilla Bowl

The longtime Bulls administrator is the bowl game’s new executive director.
USF and Brandon High alumnus Scott Glaser is the new Gasparilla Bowl executive director. [Photo provided by Gasparilla Bowl] [GABRIEL BURGOS  |  ESPN Events]
USF and Brandon High alumnus Scott Glaser is the new Gasparilla Bowl executive director. [Photo provided by Gasparilla Bowl] [GABRIEL BURGOS | ESPN Events]
Published Aug. 22, 2019

USF and Brandon High alumnus Scott Glaser, who has spent the past 19 years in various capacities in the Bulls athletic department, has been named new executive director of the Gasparilla Bowl.

Glaser, still USF’s career leader in pitching victories (34), most recently served as associate executive director of the USF Alumni Association. He previously was a senior associate AD, serving as home-game administrator for USF football.

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"I am truly excited to join the ESPN family and build upon the strong foundation already in place at the Bad Boy Mowers Gasparilla Bowl,” Glaser, a married dad of two, said in a bowl news release.

“My approach is going to be ‘Together we can do more!’ This means the more people care, the more they support us, the more they participate, the more they attend, the more they promote, and the more we can make an impact in the Tampa Bay community.”

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