Mar 14, 2012; Dayton, OH, USA; California Golden Bears guard Brandon Smith (12) defends as South Florida Bulls guard Anthony Collins (11) looks for an open teammate during the first round of the 2012 NCAA men's basketball tournament at Dayton Arena. Mandatory Credit: Greg Bartram-US PRESSWIRE
Tampa, Florida -- Bulls fans will pack Lee Roy Selmon's restaurant again Friday night to cheer on their team, as USF advances to Round 2 of the NCAA basketball tournament.
Green and gold filled the restaurant at its location in Tampa near International Plaza on Wednesday night as fans and alumni watched the team play in the first round.
The restaurant will offer half off appetizers to anyone wearing USF colors all day Friday at its locations in New Tampa and near International Plaza.
Bartenders have also turned one of their signature drinks -- Smoky Tampa Tea -- green for the occasion.
The Bulls take on Temple on Friday night at 9:50 p.m.
Lee Roy Selmon was the former athletic director at the University of South Florida and a key figure in establishing the school's football program.