The South Florida Bulls play Division I college football for the University of South Florida in the Big East Conference. The Bulls play their home games at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, FL. South Florida is coached by Skip Holtz.
South Florida Bulls Football Tickets - History
The South Florida football program is one of the youngest in the nation. It began as Division I-AA member in 1997 (currently known as Division I Football Championship Subdivision) before joining Division I-A (now known as Division Football Bowl Subdivision) in 2001. The Bulls joined conference play in 2003 when they played in Conference USA and moved to the Big East in 2005. South Florida began to gain national attention when they upset Top 25 teams like West Virginia, Louisville, Auburn and Florida State from 2006 to 2009. The Bulls won their first bowl game in their second appearance in 2006. They topped East Carolina in the Papajohns.com Bowl.
South Florida Bulls Football Tickets - Raymond James Stadium
South Florida has played its home games at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, FL since 1998. The stadium is also the home of the National Football League's Tampa Bay Buccaneers. From 1998 to 2007, usually just the lower half of the stadium was accessible for Bulls' home games. At that time, the capacity for Bulls' home games was just over 41,441. As the team has become more popular, all decks have been opened since 2008. Currently, the largest crowd for a USF game was 67,012 in 2007 when the Bulls defeated fifth-ranked West Virginia. Since 1998, the Bulls have won more than 70 percent of its games at Raymond James Stadium.
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