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USF finished the regular season tied for fourth with a school-best 12-6 mark. The Bulls are scheduled to play the Rutgers/Villanova winner at 9 p.m. Wednesday.
2012 BIG EAST Tournament Central


USF and Notre Dame are set to tip off at 9 p.m. tonight on ESPN in a Big East Championship quarterfinal game. BullsCast's Seth Leavitt and voice of the Bulls Jim Lighthall preview tonight's game from historic Central Park.  

Check it out HERE.



The Bulls never trailed en route to a 56-47 victory over Villanova. It marked the third time USF defeated the Wildcats this season. With the win, the Bulls advanced to play Notre Dame at 9 p.m. on Thursday.

For full coverage of the Bulls's win, click HERE.


Gameday is Here

USF and Villanova are set to tip off tonight as the second game of the late session at Madison Square Garden. BullsCast has all the insider action with a special preview from radio voices Jim Lighthall and Todd Kalas.

Check it out HERE.


BullsCast Rewind: Remembering the '92 Season

In this BullsCast Rewind, Jim Louk sat down with Radenko Dobras, Fred Lewis and Bobby Russell to reminisce about the Bulls run to the 1992 NCAA Tournament.

Check it out HERE.


All-Access with the Bulls in NYC

Thanks to their 12-6 league record which tied them for fourth in the BIG EAST, USF had a first-round bye, so they spent Tuesday working out at the New York Athletic Club prior to the day's big announcement. After practice, head coach Stan Heath went to Madison Square Garden to be honored as the league's Coach of the Year. BullsCast was with him every step of the way. Check out the behind-the-scenes access HERE.


Heath Named BIG EAST Coach of the Year

USF head coach Stan Heath was named BIG EAST Coach of the Year by the league's head coaches on Tuesday. Heath led the Bulls to a 19-12 overall record and a 12-6 mark in the BIG EAST, which tied the Bulls for fourth place. It marked the best finish for USF since joining the conference. Heath is the second USF coach to earn league coach of the year honors as Bobby Paschal earned the Sun Belt award in 1990. This is also the second time Heath has been named the conference coach of the year after winning the award at Kent State in 2002.

Click here for's story on the prestigious honor.


The Bulls Hit NYC

The USF Bulls arrived in New York City last night and BullsCast's Seth Leavitt set the scene this morning with a brief video report.



USF Officials Ring NYSE Closing Bell

Members of the USF Athletic Department joined BIG EAST Commissioner John Marinatto and other conference officials as they rang the New York Stock Exchange Closing Bell to kick off the 2012 BIG EAST Championship on Monday. Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Doug Woolard, Executive Associate Director of Athletics Bill McGillis and Senior Associate Director of Athletics Barry Clements served as USF's representatives at the prestigious event.

The Bulls earned a first-round bye at the BIG EAST Championship after finishing the regular season in a tie for fourth place. USF will start the tournament on Wednesday at 9 p.m. (ESPN), when they take on the winner of Tuesday's Rutgers-Villanova game (9 p.m., ESPNU).

Click Here for an archive of the event.


BIG EAST Tournament Bracket Set

The Big East tournament field has been set and the USF men's basketball team will begin its run as the sixth seed after finsishing the regular season in a tie for fourth.

The Bulls (19-12, 12-6) get a first-round bye and will face Tuesday's Villanova-Rutgers winner 9 p.m. Wednesday at Madison Square Garden in New York City. The game can be seen on ESPN or ESPN 3D.

With a win over No. 11 seed Rutgers or No. 14 seed Villanova, USF would face third-seeded Notre Dame 9 p.m. Thursday in the quarterfinals.

Friday's semifinals are at 7 p.m. and 9 p.m., and the Big East championship game is set for 9 p.m. Saturday. Each game of the tournament will be televised on an ESPN station.

Tournament Schedule and TV Lineup


Collins Named to All-BIG EAST Rookie Team

Anthony Collins' monster freshman season has put him into elite company.

USF's star guard was named to the Big East All-Rookie Team on Sunday after finishing the regular season as the conference's top freshman in assists per game (5.3) and free throw percentage (85.7) while averaging eight points with 10 double-digit scoring nights. Collins is now one of seven players eligible for the Big East Rookie of the Year award that will be announced during the upcoming Big East tournament.

Collins' poise has been a pleasant surprise for the Bulls this season.

The Houston native missed the first five games of the season with an injury but ranks second on the team with 835 minutes played (32 per game). He's dished out 138 assists with just 88 turnovers while helping USF (19-12, 12-6) set program records for Big East victories this season.


















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