Sh*t happened 10/20/15: Bulls on bowl radar, Florida Googles costumes, Star Wars trailer

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Congratulations! You survived Monday. You scratched and clawed and coffee'ed and maybe even bageled or office lunched your way through the day. Put one in the "W" column for yourself, and look back with pride.

In the wake of back-to-back wins, the USF Bulls were included in ESPN's weekly bowl-game projections for the first time. Our apologies to any students kept awake last night due to celebratory gunfire on campus.

Real estate site/fountain of listicle ideas Estately put out a piece detailing the most-Googled Halloween costumes in each state. Among Florida's top searches were "Adult Elsa," "Alligator," "Caveman" and "Geisha," which, you know, could be seriously intriguing or seriously unsettling, depending upon whether or not one assumes those folks are all gonna be at the same key party.

Some idiot reportedly pointed a BB gun on a couple of middle-school students, allegedly after they threw a pencil at his car, and was subsequently arrested for, among other things, possession of cocaine. You should never carry around a BB gun with which to threaten folks while high and still in the possession of cocaine, man — that's just common sense.

And finally, the most recent trailer for the latest Star Wars movie debuted last night during Monday Night Football. Read that sentence again. Yup, that's what our world is like now. I know, right?

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