Bulls Ground Cardinals 34-22
Photo/text by Carl Wagenfohr
USF Quarterback B.J. Daniels scrambles for a 6 yard gain. The third quarter drive ended with a field goal by Eric Schwartz, giving USF a 27-16 lead.
TAMPA -- Freshman quarterback B.J. Daniels propelled the University of South Florida Bulls to a 34-22 win over conference rivals Louisville on Saturday, earning the Bulls a bowl bid in the process.
Daniels had 445 yards of total offense (304 passing, 104 rushing) on the day, becoming the first quarterback in school history to surpass the 300-yard passing and the 100-yard rushing marks in a single game. His offensive production exceeded that of the entire Louisville team.
In what is likely the most anticipated game of the season, the Bulls and Miami will meet at Raymond James Stadium on Saturday at 3:30 p.m. Upper level tickets are available at ticketmaster.
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