South Florida Bulls
Chas Dodd threw two touchdowns and Paul James ran for two as Rutgers finally nailed down its eighth bowl bid in nine years with a 31-6 victory over South Florida Saturday night.
Rutgers’ once promising season has come down to this: win against South Florida or stay home and skip the bowl circuit.
When the final seconds of the game ticked off and the Miami Hurricanes began celebrating a signature victory over the Florida Gators, the coaching staff took a few minutes to celebrate before turning to job number two…keep on winning.
Through one weekend of the college football season, the big story isn’t about Johnny Manziel, or the Alabama Crimson Tide. Instead, it’s a group of teams from the Football Championship Subdivision who jumped up and knocked off schools from big conferences.
Florida had a signature road win in its grasp, leading by six points with a minute left.
The Miami Hurricanes have just two games left to become bowl eligible in 2012 including Saturday’s home game against the University of South Florida Bulls.
If you have dependable hands, can run like the wind, and have eligibility left, the Miami Hurricanes may want to talk to you about suiting up at wide receiver.
The University of Miami will likely be without a few starters in the home finale against the University of South Florida Bulls on Saturday.
B.J. Daniels and South Florida tried to make up for the touchdown that got wiped out by a penalty. They simply ran out of time.
The South Florida Bulls will take on the Louisville Cardinals at 3:30 p.m. on Saturday. Here’s a preview of the game from CBSSports.