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Flowers propels No. 24 South Florida past Texas Tech 38-34

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) — Tyre McCants caught a 26-yard touchdown pass from Quinton Flowers with 16 seconds left to lift No. 24 South Florida to a 38-34 victory over Texas Tech in the Birmingham Bowl on Saturday. 589 more words

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315-Pound South Florida Offensive Lineman Brooks Larkin Does the Splits

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— Danny (@recordsANDradio) December 23, 2017

This post is low-hanging fruit, in more than one one way. But it feels completely necessary to inform as many people as possible that South Florida’s Brooks Larkin, a 315-pound offensive lineman, did the splits late in the Birmingham Bowl.

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Simulation: Red Raiders defeat Bulls in Alabama

By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

According to our simulation, Texas Tech will win the Birmingham Bowl on Saturday afternoon. The Red Raiders defeated the South Florida Bulls, 28-20, at Legion Field in Birmingham, Alabama. 212 more words

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Birmingham Bowl preview: Texas Tech vs. USF

By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

The Texas Tech Red Raiders faces No. 24 South Florida Bulls in the Birmingham Bowl. The game will kick off at noon on ESPN from Legion Field in Birmingham, Alabama. 493 more words

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Birmingham Bowl preview: South Florida, Texas Tech set for offensive shootout

Sizing up the Birmingham Bowl between South Florida (9-2) and Texas Tech (6-6):

Time, TV: Dec. 23, noon ET, ESPN

Site: Legion Field, Birmingham, Ala. 549 more words

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Birmingham Bowl Trophy has a bare bottom

When Texas Tech and South Florida square off in the Birmingham Bowl, there will be more than just pride on the line. For the first time in the game’s history, the winning team will get to hoist an actual trophy. 139 more words

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Birmingham Bowl botches USF's name on t-shirts

Despite ending the regular season with a heartbreaking 49-42 loss to Central Florida, South Florida has had a solid 9-2 year that will end in… 249 more words

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