However, the greatest heights reached by the team may be in the locker room.
From the Tampa Tribune, via The_Big_Lead:
"These days the only N-word being thrown around the University of South Florida is 'national championship.'
Last season that wasn't always the case. At least not until Walter Walker spoke up.
After reading a column about the use of the N-word in society, specifically in athletic locker rooms, by ESPN.com's LZ Granderson, Walker decided to do something about it.
He said he would no longer tolerate the use of the N-word by his USF teammates.
'I felt if I didn't do it, I would somehow be found derelict of my responsibilities as a citizen of humanity,' said Walker, a 6-foot-5, 333-pound senior right tackle for No. 2 ranked USF."
And, after instituting the righteous policy, the fortunes of the team speak for themselves.
In honor of Walker's stand, and his team's willingness to follow him, we announce that USF will be eligible for inclusion in our next Negro Coach and Quarterback Poll.
Congratulations to the Bulls for taking this strong social stand.
And congratulations on their new found eligibility in the NC&QB Poll.
Ya'll some righteous