Posted by ESPN.com's Brian Bennett
South Florida players will honor the memory of former player Keeley Dorsey this season as a different player will wear Dorsey's old No. 10 each game.
Dorsey, a running back who scored a touchdown for the Bulls in the 2006 season opener, died after a team conditioning workout on Jan. 17, 2007. He would have been a senior this season.
Equipment manager Jeremy Lees came up with the idea of honoring Dorsey after watching Missouri seniors wear Aaron O'Neal's No. 25 jersey during the 2008 season.
Senior defensive lineman Aaron Harris will wear the No. 10 jersey this Saturday against Wofford. Quarterback Matt Grothe and defensive end George Selvie plan to wear the jersey number at some point this season as well.
South Florida got approval for the jersey switches from the NCAA and must notify the opponent, referees and stat crew prior to each game.