South Florida Football: Adrian Palmore arrested for credit card fraud

South Florida Football 2017 Match Preview Prediction and Players: Maybe it’s the heat. Maybe it”s just that Florida can get weird. Whatever the reason, the offseason has been nothing but trouble for some South Florida football players. Between University of Florida players getting cited for drugs and USF players getting arrested for sexual assault, it has not been a great year for Florida football. Last week, another University of South Florida football player was arrested — this time for credit card fraud.

Adrian Palmore is a walk-on tight end for the USF Bulls. He was arrested last week in Temple Terrace, a suburb of Tampa. According to the police report, Palmore was arrested shortly after 6:30 p.m. last Monday at an IHOP in Temple Terrace. He ordered food from the establishment and then attempted to pay for it with a stolen credit card. Unfortunately, the owner of the card had already reported it stolen, so the bank already had contacted the restaurant.

South Florida Football 2017 Match Preview and Prediction

South Florida Football 2017

Palmore at first tried to claim that the card had been given to him by a friend, and then later changed his story to state that he had discovered the card at school. He was hungry, so instead of turning it in, he decided to use it. Was he hungry? That excuse does not make it OK.

Palmore was summarily arrested and charged with petit theft and credit card fraud. He was released on $750 bail. USF has not released a statement whether they will release Palmore from the team, but it seems pretty minor compared to some of the hooliganism perpetuated by other members of the South Florida team. Senior DB Hassan Childs was arrested in March for assault and drug possession charges, and DE LaDarrius Jackson was charged with sexual assault in May. Both players have since been dismissed from the team. Let’s hope that USF gets itself together before the season starts, or they aren’t going to have many players left.

South Florida Football 2017 Match Schedule

First- and second-year coaches are a theme in the AAC, so it makes sense that the projected conference winner has a first-year coach in Charlie Strong. The ex-Texas boss man inherits a wonderful, seasoned team built by Willie Taggart and led by quarterback Quinton Flowers. The Bulls should blow through nonconference play and the toughest games on paper vs. Houston and Tulsa are at home. There are a few tricky spots at UConn, at Tulane and at UCF that could get interesting, but overall the Bulls are built to grab a New Year’s Six bowl spot.

South Florida Football 2017, This was a tough call, so thank Vegas for that extra 0.5 after the 8. Memphis is a top-10 team in percentage of yards returning according to Phil Steele and the nonconference schedule should create a few win opportunities. Plus, Memphis misses out on playing South Florida. However, road games against Houston and Tulsa will be tough, and that’s not including a nonconference game vs. UCLA. Overall the schedule is manageable, but those three games don’t leave much room for error for the over/under. Memphis falls short of hitting the over, but it’s razor thin. Source Link

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