Kenneth Durden

South Florida Bulls #23 - Defensive Back

  • Height: 6-0
  • Weight: 173

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The depth chart is looking pretty healthy, but there are still a couple spots that could send Jon Robinson back to the free agent market. m

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One of last year's true freshmen is now a true sophomore. What will his role be in 2014?

USF moves on

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The 2013 season was a Year-Zero situation for Willie Taggart at USF. Almost nothing went well on the field, but with his system now in place and a great recruiting class coming to campus, the Bulls...

USF's Recruiting History: 2014 Update

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We update and re-examine the history of USF football recruiting.

USF: A scouting report

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Breaking down the Bulls before tomorrow's big game.

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big changes promised on offense, they don't show up in the depth chart

USF Football Depth Chart Released

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We get a clearer idea of who's making the cut at USF

Stampeding Through the Roster: Defensive Backs

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Certifiably, positively, cannot be worse than last year.

USF, Taggart, and the Harbaugh Effect

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Fanthropology: Keeping The Faith In Tough Times

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In part two of the Hyundai Fanthropology contest, we talk to the great gunsby about how he became a USF fan and get his perspective on staying true to the team even when there's no compelling...

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USF defense looks to redshirt freshman

The USF Bulls were shredded by the Miami passing game, and that has them looking for answers. One of the players who may see more opportunities going forward is redshirt freshman Kenneth Durden.