This afternoon's spring game returns to Raymond James Stadium after being held off-campus last year. Kickoff is at 5:00pm, and admission and parking are free. It's your first chance to see Willie Taggart's offense live and in person, as well as your first look at Aaron Lynch in a USF uniform. And maybe the defense will intercept a pass!
There's no TV or online video of the game, so you'll have to go to the stadium to see it unfold. It will be available on USF's football radio network.
There are a number of articles out there previewing the spring game and talking about its unique format:
Greg Auman's article from earlier in the week gets some behind-the-scenes access to last Saturday's player draft, and reveals that Luke Sager gets a first-class ticket to a road game as part of his free agent agreement.
Andrea Adelson caught up with the two head coaches of today's game, Chuck Bresnahan of the Green Team and Ron Cooper of the White Team. They both discussed their drafting strategies and their plans for winning the game.
Joey Johnston's spring game preview touches on last year's sorest spot -- the permissive defense and its inability to get turnovers.
The official site takes a look at the five most contested positions going into Saturday's game. Really, just about every position could make this list, except for maybe defensive end.
Here is the Times' short preview of the game.
USF's Rivals site has a recap of the final spring practice before the game.