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South Florida Bulls Football Tickets
South Florida Bulls Tickets
The South Florida Bulls are a relative newcomer to the college football scene. They didn't start playing football at any level until 1997, and it wasn't until 2001 that they moved into Division I-A. The Bulls started out as an independent school but moved into Conference USA in 2003. They changed conferences again in 2005, when they became a member of the Big East.
South Florida has never finished higher than third in any of the conferences in which they have played. However, they have been invited to six straight bowl games dating back to the 2005 Meineke Car Care Bowl.
Raymond James Stadium Tickets, Home of South Florida
Raymond James Stadium serves as the home for the South Florida Bulls. The lower levels of the stadium are normally used for Bulls games, giving it a capacity of 41,441. This can be expanded to 65,857. The largest crowd here, 67,018, saw No. 18 USF knock off fifth-ranked West Virginia, 27-13, on Sept. 28, 2007. The Bulls, who share the stadium with the NFL's Tampa Bay Buccaneers, first played here in 1998. The Super Bowl and ACC title game were contested here twice apiece.
South Florida Bulls Rivalries
A latecomer to college football, the South Florida Bulls joined the FCS Conference in 1997 before switching to the FBS Conference in 2001, making cultivating a true rival difficult. However, a rapid rise through the NCAA and major upsets of the nation's best teams has sewn the seeds for a rivalry with Louisville, West Virginia and Pittsburgh.
In every War on I-4 match-up from 2005 to 2008 against the University of Central Florida Knights, a team located less than 80 miles away, the Bulls walked away with a victory.