Sports briefs: USF reveals baseball schedule

The USF baseball team will play 18 games against teams who have qualifyed for the NCAA postseason the last two seasons next spring. The biggest foe for the Dons, who played in the NCAAs two years ago, is UC Irvine, which made it to the College World Series this year. Fresno State, Hawaii and Houston are non-West Coast Conference teams that have made the NCAAs.

Boise State rolls to win

Don’t mess with the Smurf turf. The Boise State football team’s high-octane offense was in full gear as Jeremy Childs and Co. racked up 506 yards in a 38-16 victory over Southern Mississippi. Ian Johnson rushed for 111 yards and three touchdowns for the Broncos (3-1), who jumped out to a 28-3 lead against the Eagles.

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