Congratulations to the University of South Florida, who knocked off the
overrated Mountaineers of West Virginia in a game that the Bulls basically dominated. Although the game itself was a good game, and the Bulls’ players played hard and well, there was something that just didn’t sit right with me as the final seconds ticked off the clock… The terrible celebration at the end of the game.
Pamplona this was not.
The officials were quick to take down the goalposts right after the game, presumably to protect them against the onrush of the roughly 25 fans that stormed the field. Nice job fellas. Now, some people might point to the fact that the game was played at Raymond James Stadium which is an NFL stadium, designed recently with higher stands to keep fans from rushing onto the field (not that NFL fans care enough to ever do that anyway), but still, it was pretty weak.
But, that being said, congrats to the Bulls of South Florida and their super young football program for taking it to the Mountaineers of W. Virginia and taking them down for the second year in a row.
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