Found March 13, 2012 on Fox Sports Florida:
Most college hoops coaches are happy to have one go-to guy on their roster. South Florida coach Stan Heath likes to think he has at least seven of them. There are no stars in Heaths prosaic lineup, which features seven players who average between 6.8 and 9.6 points per game and none who score more than 10 a night. But the newly crowned Big East coach of the year has found a way to make his unconventional and often-unremarkable rotation work. As a result, his 23-10 Bulls a perennial Big East hanger-on that had gone just 23-81 in conference play before this year have completed a long-awaited transformation and secured their first NCAA tournament berth since 1992 after the most impressive regular season in school history. "History kind of shows that different teams have succeeded different ways," said Ron Anderson, Jr., who averages 7.2 points and 5.5 rebounds per game for the Bulls. "A lot of times nowadays people are more interested in the flashiness of a game or ...

It's tough to run on these Bulls

DAYTON, Ohio - Go back eight or nine months, do a little conference realignment research and you'll see that Memphis and Temple were both pretty easy to peg as both potential members and smart choices to eventually help uphold the Big East's basketball tradition. Fast forward to Friday in Nashville, and you'll get a future Big East preview when fifth-seeded Temple plays...

USF works over Cal 65-54 in NCAA tourney

The Bulls used their top ranked defense to easily handle Cal 65-52 for their first NCAA tournament win in the programs history. Freshman point guard Anthony Collins, played like a star in his first NCAA tournament game, scoring 12 points, while Victor Rudd led the bulls with 15 points, 6 rebounds, and Gus Gilchrist chipped in 11 Pts, 4 Reb. USF next faces Temple on Friday night.
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