Former University of South Florida football player Benjamin Knox gets probation for firing gun on campus.
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South Florida coach Willie Taggart will add former NFL quarterback Shaun King to his coaching staff, according to a source, as co-offensive coordinator Danny Hope resigned.
South Florida earns solid marks
Headlined by ESPN 300 receiver Darnell Salomon and ESPN JC50 defensive end Tramal Ivy, the Bulls' recruiting class stands out as one of the best among Group of 5 teams and Independents. Recruiting class grades (Insider)
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Indiana names Tom Allen as defensive coordinator. Allen held the same position last season at South Florida.
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ESPN300 DT Shavar Manuel named Florida as his leader but has a top 4 of Florida, FSU, USF and LSU. Will visit UF on Jan. 23, FSU on Jan. 29
Temple's Matt Rhule and Houston's Tom Herman are among the coaches enjoying success at Group of Five schools.
Dangerfield gets respect with leaping TD
Jared Dangerfield got plenty of airtime -- then got flipped over -- but somehow held onto the ball for a 26-yard TD at the Miami Beach Bowl.
Western Kentucky finishes the season at 12-2 following a 45-35 win over South Florida in the Miami Beach Bowl.
Brandon Doughty capped his career by throwing for 461 yards and three touchdowns, and No. 25 Western Kentucky overcame an early 14-point deficit to beat South Florida 45-35 in the Miami Beach Bow
Wales' long run extends WKU's lead
There has been more than 1,100 yards of offense at the Miami Beach Bowl, with Anthony Wales providing 42 of them on this long TD run to give Western Kentucky a 45-35 lead with five minutes left in the fourth quarter on ESPN.
USF knocking on the door again
South Florida looks to take the lead on Western Kentucky midway through the fourth quarter after Eric Lee emerged with the interception after a couple of deflections.
USF strikes again with Flowers' TD run
Quinton Flowers ran into trouble, then reversed course for an 8-yard TD run, as South Florida now trails Western Kentucky 38-35 in the fourth quarter of the Miami Beach Bowl on ESPN.
USF opens fourth quarter with long TD
South Florida responded quickly to Western Kentucky's TD with a long score of its own, as Quinton Flowers hit Rodney Adams for a 53-yard TD on the first play of the fourth quarter of the Miami Beach Bowl on ESPN.
USF draws closer with trick-play TD
Running back D'Ernest Johnson took the handoff, then fired a 34-yard TD pass to Tyre McCants to cut into Western Kentucky's lead at the Miami Beach Bowl. (Live on ESPN)
USF strikes first in Miami Beach Bowl
Quinton Flowers took the QB draw and dashed 12 yards for the TD to give the Bulls the 7-0 lead over Western Kentucky. (Live on ESPN)
Dropped pass dooms WKU on fourth down
Tim Gorski dropped a fourth-down pass from Brandon Doughty, stopping a Western Kentucky drive deep in South Florida territory early in the Miami Beach Bowl on ESPN.
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USF coach Willie Taggart left Western Kentucky for South Florida in 2013 after leading WKU to back-to-back seven-win seasons. Earlier this month, he signed a five-year extension to stay with South Florida until 2020. Live on ESPN/WatchESPN
FPI projects Hilltoppers over Bulls
According to the Football Power Index, Western Kentucky has a 61.5 percent chance to defeat South Florida in the Miami Beach Bowl (2:30 p.m. ET on ESPN).
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