TAMPA, Fla. (AP) -- B.J. Daniels threw for a career-high 382
yards and four touchdowns, pacing No. 20 South Florida's 70-17 rout
of Florida A&M on Saturday night.
A week after throwing for 359 yards but just one TD in a
30-point victory over Ball State, Daniels led the Bulls (3-0) to
touchdowns on eight of 10 drives he led before leaving the game for
good in the third quarter. The redshirt junior who grew up near the
FAMU campus in Tallahassee completed 21 of 33 passes and also
scored on a 5-yard run.
Darrell Scott had a big night, too, rushing for a career-best
146 yards and scoring two TDs on the ground. The 240-pound transfer
from Colorado also turned a screen pass into an 84-yard touchdown,
rumbling up the left sideline before cutting back to the middle on
the field to stay ahead of the pursuit.