Jermaine Eskridge, an Ohio State target in '18, commits to South Florida after not including Bulls in top fiveThe Cleveland Plain DealerJul 28 12:19 PM
Eskridge's commitment comes a day after South Florida earned a commitment from four-star athlete Bruce Judson of Cocoa, Fla., who was once the first commitment in Ohio State's 2017 class.
- The Dagger via Yahoo! SportsJul 20 02:07 PM
The younger brother of University of South Florida coach Orlando Antigua resigned on Wednesday in the wake of an ESPN.com report that the Bulls are under NCAA investigation for academic fraud. Oliver Antigua has been an assistant coach under his older brother for the past two seasons. “The University of South Florida and the NCAA enforcement staff are working together to investigate and resolve...
- Bleacher ReportJul 29 02:51 PM
July brought the heat—in temperature and recruiting . While June proved to be a busy recruiting month, July was just as entertaining for those who follow college football recruiting. Ohio State is still the nation's leader, according to the 247Sports composite team rankings, but the race to be in the top five has been a classic back-and-forth battle with roughly seven months remaining until ...
- Associated Press via Yahoo! NewsJul 29 09:52 PM
CHICAGO (AP) — When Dwyane Wade was a free agent in 2010, he got a Chicago Bulls jersey when he met with his hometown team. He took it home, put it on and took a picture. Then he deleted it.
- ESPN BlogsJul 29 08:07 AM
Early Commit: Receiver Jermaine Eskridge to South Florida
- New York TimesJul 29 03:36 PM
When Dwyane Wade was a free agent in 2010, he got a Chicago Bulls jersey when he met with his hometown team. He took it home, put it on and took a picture. Then he deleted it.
- NBC Sports: Beyond the ArcJul 20 10:44 AM
The NCAA is investigating South Florida for academic fraud, according to a report from ESPN. Oliver Antigua, the brother of head coach Orlando and a former assistant coach at Seton Hall, has not been allowed on the road to recruit during the live period this July, per the report. The timing of this could not […]
The South Florida sports scene lost its most recognizable athlete when NBA star Dwyane Wade decided to leave the Miami ...ESPN BlogsJul 07 08:32 AM
The South Florida sports scene lost its most recognizable athlete when NBA star Dwyane Wade decided to leave the Miami Heat for the Chicago Bulls late Wednesday. Miami often was known as "Wade County" thanks to the three championships and 13 years
Hyde: Sad day in South Florida as Wade's era end... - Chicago Tribune
- ESPN BlogsJul 07 08:10 AM
With Dwyane Wade out of the picture, can a Dolphin become new face of Miami sports?
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