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USF APPEARS TO BE READY FOR A FOOTBALL TEAM
Published August 30, 1995
Seven Board of Regents members and Chancellor Charles Reed, the people who oversee Florida's nine public universities, "unanimously" said yesterday they would approve the University of South Florida's request for an intercollegiate football program when the proposal comes to a vote September 15, according to Cummins & Kaspriske of the TAMPA TRIBUNE. As of Monday, corporations and community members had already pledged over $5M to the program, including about $500,000 from the more than 2,000 season- ticket pledges already sold (TAMPA TRIBUNE, 8/30).