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It all starts with the offensive line. This line has a lot of starts. Will it start up this year? On the surface the line looks to be good.
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Stats in 2013: Played in 11 games, starting 9. Had 21 receptions for 185 yards. Had no touchdowns, but not many USF players did in 2013.
While USF won't wear "The Team" on the backs of their jerseys, they still embrace a team-first mentality.
The name on the front of the jersey is usually more important than the one on the back, but in the University of South Florida's case, the name on the back is pretty important as well.
Stats in 2013: Swain played in all 12 games and made eight tackles, including a season-high three in the season finale against Rutgers.
How did he come to USF: Kyle went to high school at football and basketball power Dematha Catholic in Maryland.
Nov 10, 2013; San Diego, CA, USA; Denver Broncos cornerback Kayvon Webster breaks up a pass in the end zone to San Diego Chargers wide receiver Vincent Brown during first half action at Qualcomm Stadium.
Spot On Pre-Season Depth Chart: Listed as the second-string middle linebacker behind Tashon Whitehurst.
As the season draws closer and closer, we're catching up on some of the players we missed earlier in the countdown.
How did he come to USF: Evan signed as a preferred walk-on last season. He's a native of Sarasota, and was awarded all-state Class 2A QB.
After playing primarily in the 4-3 defense last season, the University of South Florida football team has changed up its style a bit under defensive coordinator Chuck Bresnahan, who has switched the defensive scheme to the 3-4.
Opportunities abound in the University of South Florida's backfield, mostly because it lost 1,018 of the 1,064 net rushing yards from last season.
As far as coaches go, who are the top two bugaboos in USF's brief football history? Number one is probably Greg Schiano, whose stint with the Buccaneers was the cherry on top of a head coaching career where he basically became a Tampa-haunting phantom with bad teeth.
Updated: Wed Aug 20, 2014 08:22 am
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