Daily Bull-ogosphere: October 5

SOUTH BEND, IN - SEPTEMBER 03: Kayvon Webster #6 of the University of South Florida Bulls runs 99 yards for a touchdown after picking up a fumble by the Notre Dame Fighting Irish near the goalline at Notre Dame Stadium on September 3, 2011 in South Bend, Indiana. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)

Good Morning V5ers! We hope you guys are enjoying the bye week. On to the links!

1. I knew that Elkino Watson was having a solid year, but I didn't know that he's leading all true freshmen in TFL. Very impressive as a backup defensive tackle to put up stats like that.

2. Big, big win for the #17 Men's Soccer team as they beat Florida Gulf Coast 2-0 down in Ft. Myers. Leston Paul and Dom Dwyer recorded the goals for the Half-Hoops as they improve their record to 6-2-2 on the year. Also, the game against St. Johns this weekend has been moved to 8:00 PM

3. The football team had their first practice since the Pitt game, and Skip liked the businesslike attitude the players brought to the field last night.

4. The official site has picked the Top 10 plays in September, and wants you to choose your favorite. Kayvon Webster's scoop and score against Notre Dame is going to be tough to beat.

5. The newest edition of Letters from Louk is up, and Jim talks about the first fall homecoming game in USF history back in 1997.

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