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Ken DeCelles is the co-manager of the SBN USF site Voodoo Five. He lives a simple life over on the East Coast with his wife and 1 year old son. He'll focus on the Bulls and some of the smaller teams around the Bay Area like the Storm and FC Tampa Bay.

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Big East release conference opponents for USF, UCF

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USF's Barrington among 7 invited to Shrine Game

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Forbes ranks Lightning as 23rd most valuable team

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Bucs' Barber leads NFC safety voting for Pro Bowl

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