Post by: Justin Pawlowski

Think of it as a mushroom cloud rising in the distance. It is a horrible sight, yet you cannot look away. You are aware of the fallout to come, but the sheer power is mesmerizing.

Think of it as a volcano erupting in front of you. The lava spews into the air with massive force, then turns into a boiling river of fire. And the sight is frightening and yet fascinating.

Think of it as a deep, dark crater left by the impact of a fallen meteor. It is deeper than you would have ever thought, and wider than you could ever describe. And even as you peer over the edge, you are hypnotized by the scorched earth below.

This, then, is what the USF football season has…”

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