USF Hoops falls to 4-2 On The Season

On Saturday evening, South Florida's Men's Basketball team fell to 4-2 on the season after getting dropped by Detroit by the score of 65-60.

TAMPA BAY, FL.---- With a delay of almost thirty minutes inside the Sun Dome for the matchup between South Florida and Detroit, the Bulls fell to 4-2 on the season after losing to the Titans 65-60.

Coach Stan Heath and the Bulls had trouble on the offensive end for most of the night and shot 38 percent from the field and only 16 percent from downtown.

Senior guard Martino Brock led the Bulls with a season high of 16 points and highflying forward Victor Rudd had 11 points, nine rebounds, two steals and three blocks.

Detroit was clutch at the free-throw line in Tampa Bay tonight, finishing 25-28 (89.3%), including several free throws at the end of the game to seal the deal.

Juwan Howard Jr., the son of former NBA player Juwan Howard, led the Titans 12 points, six rebounds and two assists, but didn't have good night shooting from the field on the night.

The Titans controlled the glass, outrebounding the Bulls 44-35, including 17 offensive rebounds.

The Bulls will look to rebound against George Mason on the road on Wednesday.


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