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USF sideliners

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© St. Petersburg Times, published October 22, 2000


The dogs are out

The most popular song in America has found its way into the Bulls' musical arsenal. Though Who Let the Dogs Out? has been played often at USF home games, DJs added a little twist Saturday. Bulls defensive players were rewarded with a little chorus on several occasions, most notably after big hits.

Tough to keep track

This is the time of year when injuries start to mount and it's tough to keep up with who is playing where. So it probably should come as no surprise that the graphic on the big screen listed sophomore DeAndrew Rubin in its starting lineup. Actually, Rubin has an ankle injury and was replaced by Chris Iskra in the starting lineup.

A career beginning?

Twelve-year-old Dan Quintas got to live out a dream after winning the Got Milk? Junior Bulls announcer contest. Quintas, a student at Booker T. Washington magnet school, appeared on radio and television broadcasts, interviewed USF coach Jim Leavitt and attend the post-game press conference. Quintas has never missed a USF home game.

Quotable

"You don't want to think that, but you sit there and think how can a guy not be ready to play ever, there's only 11 games. But I was concerned. Liberty was unranked. ... if you're going to have a great program, that can't enter in." -- Leavitt on the possibility of the team suffering a letdown after the Southern Mississippi loss two weeks ago and a bye last week.

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