According to the Tampa Bay Times, former South Florida defensive end LaDarrius Jackson was arrested on Wednesday for sexual battery and false imprisonment. He was also arrested on May 1 and charged with sexual battery and false imprisonment following a separate alleged incident.
USF defensive end LaDarrius Jackson was arrested Monday night and charged with sexual battery and false imprisonment of a fellow student, according to police.
After losing to Tulsa on Thursday night, the USF men’s basketball team headed home to Tampa the next morning. There was just one problem—two players fell asleep at the airport, and no one noticed they weren’t on the plane until it was too late according to The Daily Stampede.
Today’s Florida State-South Florida game in Tampa is 29 seconds old, and the score is already 7-7 after each team scored a touchdown on its first offensive play—the first, an 84-yard touchdown catch by Rodney Adams, and the second a 75-yard rush by Dalvin Cook:
USF upset Temple last night at Raymond James Stadium, and students rushed the field because they’re not old enough to remember when the Bulls were actually good. Given the Buccaneers are playing on that field today, stadium security did its best to keep fans off the playing surface. That didn’t work so well.
Benjamin Knox, a freshman offensive lineman with the University of South Florida Bulls, was arrested early this morning after he fired shots into the exterior of the Holly D residence hall.
How bad is USF? This punt went two yards.
A competitive game between George Mason and South Florida came to a halt that silenced the Sun Dome crowd as USF star Anthony Collins collapsed to the floor, delaying the game several minutes before EMTs carted him off on a stretcher.
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Jawanza Poland's USF team is making as much a case to warrant their inclusion in the NCAA tournament as they are for the committee being completely out of their minds when offering a bid to Cal. It's been a thorough thrashing all game, and there's no better example of USF's dominance than Poland's follow-slam.…
With under a minute to play and her team up five against USF last night, Rutgers forward Chelsey Lee rebounded a missed shot and was promptly fouled — spiritedly — by Bulls center Porche Grant. The 6'2" senior kept advancing, and eventually got thrown out of the game with a flagrant technical foul. Her two salutes…