USF played Washington, Colorado, Louisville, and San Diego State this year, so they had the chance to do that.
I don't know how much that is going to happen in the future. Walters has said he does not like traveling more than one time zone too much. He also hopes USF has to only play 1 guarantee game next year.
So, if they only had to play 1 guarantee game this year, either Washington or Louisville would not have been on the schedule.
I think the hope is to continue to get neutral site games against teams like SDSU, bulk up the home schedule, and hopefully continue to improve on the quality of teams in the home tournament, while eliminating at least 1 non D1 home game.
This 10-4 conference record while losing only the back up center is going to make scheduling against name schools a challenge next year. And the home win vs. Colorado might make WMG poison.