Hurricanes Trampled at Running of the Bulls

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  1. tothevictors56

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    The University of South Florida Bulls have had issues in past weeks putting their ground game together consistently, that was not the case this saturday against the Hurricanes. With over 150 yards spread between running back Demetrius Murray and B.J Daniels, Miami didn't know which playmaker to put a stop to-so they chose neither.

    B.J Daniels started the scoring off with a QB keeper from 4 yards out and later in the half hooked up from 66 yards to Junior WR Sterling Griffin. The Bulls nearly doubled Miami's offensive output and put them away early with the final score ending 37-10 to take USF to 7-3(4-1) in the BIG EAST and inching even closer to a conference title.

    Key Stats:
    USF Bulls

    BJ Daniels- 15-23 279 YDS 2TDs/ 6 car 33 YDS TD
    Demetrius Murray- 23 car 114 YDS TD
    Evan Landi- 6 Rec 67 YDS TD
    Sterling Griffin- 4 Rec 96 YDS TD
    Michael Lanaris- 8 TKLS 2 TFL


    Miami Hurricanes

    Stephen Morris- 17-24 164 YDS
    Mike James- 9 car 42 YDS TD
    Ray Ray Armstrong- 10 TKLS 1 TFL
     

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