USF Football

The USF Football program recently completed its 20th season and 16th at the FBS level. The Bulls have made eight bowl appearances, including every season between 2005-10, and have four bowl game victories. USF has produced 14 All-America selections, 25 NFL Draft picks and reached the No. 2 ranking the Associated Press Poll in 2007. USF posted a program-record 10 regular season wins in 2016 behind the record-setting play of American Athletic Conference Offensive Player of the Year Quinton Flowers, who was among 10 Bulls selected to the all-conference team.

USF in Raymond James Stadium

Raymond James Stadium has been the home of the Bulls since it opened in 1998. USF has played 19 seasons in the stadium and posted an 81-28 record, winning nearly 70 percent of their games. At the conclusion of the 2016 season, USF had won 11 of its last 13 games in the stadium, including a 6-1 record in 2016. A program-record 69,383 fans watched USF play Florida State in Raymond James Stadium in 2012. The Bulls have drawn 12 crowds of 50,000 or more to the stadium and averaged a program-high 53,170 fans per game in 2007.