Final: USF 70, FAMU 17

USF easily handled FCS opponent Florida A&M 70-17 on Saturday night. In the process, the Bulls set a new Big East record for total offense with 745 yards.

That broke the old mark of 729 yards, set by Louisville against Middle Tennessee in 2007. The starters played a little over a half. Darrell Scott had the best game of his career, as he ran for 146 yards and three touchdowns, and added an 84-yard touchdown reception.

We already knew the Bulls were a solid team, so beating up on an overmatched FCS opponent won't tell us too much about the Bulls as they move on to Week 4. Still, some other notable performances:

  • B.J. Daniels had 382 yards and four touchdown passes. He now has six touchdowns to one interception on the season. Bobby Eveld looked a little shaky again in relief, throwing two interceptions and no touchdowns.

  • The defense picked up two more turnovers.

  • Fourteen different players caught a pass.