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Who Will Start At Quarterback For The Bulls?
Posted By Brian Joyce On Dec 29 2010 @ 9:43 am In South Florida | No Comments
Anyone that has been following the South Florida Bulls in 2010 knows all about the struggling offense and it starts at quarterback. On offense South Florida ranks near the bottom of just about every statistical category in the country. When you think you have two quarterbacks, you don’t even have one. Sophomore B.J. Daniels started the first eleven games but he had his share of ups and downs all season under center, most of them downs. First year head coach Skip Holtz is trying to make Daniels into a passer and so far the results have been subpar. Freshman walk-on and Tampa native Bobby Eveld opened up some eyes with his second-half performance against Miami and his lone start against Big East Champ Connecticut. Eveld came in relief against Miami because Daniels suffered a quad injury. Both Eveld and Daniels are getting the same number of reps in practice in preparation for Friday’s Meineke Car Care Bowl in Charlotte against Clemson. Something tells me we will see both in action on Friday, and Daniels will get the start!
The Bulls are hoping this trip to Charlotte turns out better this time around than it did back in 2005. Let’s take a walk down memory lane, the Bulls were coming off of it’s inaugural season as a member of the Big East Conference and USF went 6-4 that year, just nine years after starting football. The Bulls played N.C. State in Charlotte back in 2005 and the Bulls were shutout by the Wolfpack on that final day of 2005. South Florida is hoping that trend will not continue in 2010.
My prediction: Clemson 23 South Florida 16
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