Bulls Drop Their Fourth Consecutive Game

Behind poor shooting and 15 turnovers, the South Florida Bulls were swallowed up by the No. 23 Memphis Tigers on Saturday afternoon, losing 80-58

Memphis, TN.---Coach Stan Heath and the South Florida Bulls haven't been able to catch break as of late. They were on the losing end of a 39-point home loss last time out against the Louisville Cardinals. On Saturday afternoon, it didn't get much better.

The Bulls fell to 10-10 overall and 1-6 in the American Athletic Conference on Saturday, losing to the No. 23 Memphis Tigers (15-4. 5-2) by the score of 80-58.

With 15 of them this afternoon, turnovers have haunted Stan Heath's team all year long. The mixture of Josh Pastner's full-court press and sizzling three-point shooting on Saturday afternoon, had the Bulls trailing most of the afternoon.

South Florida's leading scorer, Victor Rudd, was held to just six points for the second consecutive game. Memphis native and Bulls' guard, Martino Brock, had a great game in front of his family and friends, finishing with 17 points and six rebounds on 7-of-15 shooting to lead the Bulls.

Memphis had four players in double-figures in the win and shot 49 percent (25-51) for the game, including 45.5 percent (10-22) from downtown.

The Bulls will return home to faceoff against the SMU Mustangs on Tuesday at 7:00 PM, who they lost to four games ago by the score of 71-54.

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