Early reports from USF spring football practice in Tampa is that the quarterback competition still remains wide open, and it appears that the top three contenders, junior Mike White, senior Steven Bench and sophomore Quinton Flowers, have all taken a liking to the new, up-tempo system. The key, however, is that head coach Willie Taggert sees his quarterbacks embracing the competition...
South Florida has named sophomore Mike White as its starting quarterback. White was competing with junior Steven Bench, a Penn State transfer, freshman Quinton Flowers and walk-on Evan Wilson. The 6-foot-5, 195-pound White threw for 1,083 yards with three touchdowns and nine interceptions in six games last season. He had an up-and-down season as a true freshman, but had the best...
USF football had some fun at spring practice today when head coach Willie Taggart invited a young Bulls fan out to call a play during a team drill. Taggart goes the full-nine yards, putting a head-set on his new “assistant coach”, having him give a call to junior quarterback Steven Bench, and lifted him up to get a good view of the play he had just called in. Good job by Coach...
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