Bulls S Full­wood look­ing bet­ter

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TAMPA — Vet­eran USF S Ta­jee Full­wood, who missed the East Carolina game with an an­kle in­jury, prac­ticed for the sec­ond con­sec­u­tive day Wed­nes­day and has looked OK, de­fen­sive co­or­di­na­tor Brian Jean-Mary said.

How much he plays Satur­day against Cincin­nati re­mains un­clear.

“You know how some of those in­juries are: We want to make sure we’re not bring­ing him back too early where he re-in­jures it and now he's out for a longer pe­riod of time,” Jean-Mary said. “We want to make sure he's healthy be­fore he hits the field.”

Mean­time, slot WR Dean­gelo An­toine — out the last two games with an an­kle in­jury — prac­ticed again and was seen run­ning sprints at the end.

“He’s been good, real good,” of­fen­sive co­or­di­na­tor Ster­lin Gil­bert said. “It’s good to see him back out there and mov­ing around.”

QB Quin­ton Flow­ers is Johnny Uni­tas Award. The play­ers.

The Amer­i­can Ath­letic Con­fer­ence en­ters this week­end with more un­beaten teams (UCF, USF, Navy) than any league.

In case you for­got, USF coach Char­lie Strong and Cincin­nati coach Luke Fick­ell were the de­fen­sive co­or­di­na­tors at Flor­ida and Ohio State, re­spec­tively, in the 2006 BCS na­tional-ti­tle game (won by UF).

The Bulls’ first-team of­fense has scored on 14 of its last 17 posses­sions dat­ing to the 43-7 Tem­ple blowout. among 20 fi­nal­ists for the ini­tial watch list fea­tured 47

Joey Knight, Tampa Bay Times

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