COLLEGE FOOTBALL PREVIEW: #34 SOUTH FLORIDA
June 9, 2012INDIANA SPORTS PAGE
Senior B.J. Daniels, entering his fourth season as South Florida’s starter, cut his interceptions in half in 2011. He made better decisions on when to throw and when to run. By all accounts, he’s poised to become perhaps the most statistically productive quarterback in school history. But Daniels knows his legacy is tied to the team’s overall success. And right now, following a 5–7 season that saw the Bulls miss a bowl game for the first time since 2004, he still has something to prove.
“B.J. has come a long way,” Bulls coach Skip Holtz says. “It’s great to have his experience. We need to rally around that.”
Daniels will have the best arsenal of pass-catchers since his freshman season. There’s the experience of junior Sterling Griffin, who had a team-high 43 catches despite missing the final four games with a broken foot. And there’s huge upside with sophomore Chris Dunkley, a transfer from Florida. Sophomore Andre Davis looks ready to emerge, and tight end is also a position of strength.