Bulls S Fullwood looking better
TAMPA — Veteran USF S who missed the East Carolina game with an ankle injury, practiced for the second consecutive day Wednesday and has looked OK, defensive coordinator 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 — 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
said. “It’s good to see him back out there and moving around.”
Gilbert Quinton Flowers Johnny Unitas Luke Fickell Tajee Fullwood, Brian Jean-Mary Deangelo Antoine Charlie Strong Sterlin
is among 20 finalists for the Award. The initial watch list featured 47 players.
The American Athletic Conference enters this weekend with more unbeaten teams (UCF, USF, Navy) than any league.
In case you forgot, USF coach and Cincinnati coach 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.