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USF WSoccer takes on ECU on the road

The Bulls, 9-2-1 (2-1-0), continue their road trip as they take on ECU on the road on Sunday (game begins at 1 PM). The Pirates are 7-5-1 (2-1-0) and post a record of 4-1-1 at home this year. 268 more words


USF Volleyball takes on Tulane

The Bulls, 4-11 (1-2), continue their home stand as they host Tulane (game begins at 1 PM) who enters the match at 7-8 (1-2). Both teams will be looking for that key conference win and it could be another close battle in this game.  238 more words


USF MSoccer takes on Temple

The Bulls, 6-3 (1-0), are on the road again as they take on Temple on the road (game begins at 2 PM). The Owls are 7-1-2 (0-1-0) on the year and will be looking for the victory on their home field. 289 more words


Rapid reaction: USF falls to Memphis

The Bulls, 1-3 (0-1) fell 24 to 17 tonight to the Memphis Tigers on ESPN 2. USF had the early lead, let the Tigers tie it up, and could not come back late to tie the game as the team fell for the third time in a row. 1,079 more words


USF WSoccer falls to Cincinnati

The Bulls, 9-2-1 (2-1) fell 1 to 0 in their mid-afternoon game against Cincinnati, sending USF to their first conference loss on the season. USF had the advantage in shot attempts through the second half, but just could not find the back of the net against the Cincinnati keeper.  190 more words


Classroom Environment for Students with Autism and Other Low-Incidence Disabilities Part Two: One Year Later

New school year, new students, new goals. My classroom structure and schedule has changed this year as students and their needs change. I often stop and reflect on what I am doing: Am I maintaining the status quo because it is easier and within my comfort zone, or am I maintaining the status quo because it continues to meet student needs? 933 more words


Smooth sailing for Navy offensive coordinator Ivin Jasper

Ivin Jasper’s most recent opportunity for a promotion came in the early days of 2014, when the Navy offensive coordinator was among the finalists for the open position at Georgia Southern. 308 more words

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