the way as teammate Michaelee Harris puts a block on South Florida cornerback George Baker. South Florida quarterback Bobby Eveld was tapped to start in place of injured quarterback B.J. Daniels. Eveld gets off to a good start, launching a 35-yard
ran for 108 yards and Maikon Bonani kicked three field goals for the Bulls (3-7), who lost starting quarterback Bobby Eveld to a shoulder injury late in the first quarter.
passing for 97 yards and an interception on USF's first play from scrimmage. He rushed for 30 yards on nine attempts. Bobby Eveld replaced Daniels, but the Bulls didn't come anywhere close to scoring with their backup quarterback on the field.
The junior quarterback suffered a right shoulder injury in the third quarter of last weekend's 6-3 loss to Miami. Bobby Eveld came on in relief, finishing the game 5 of 9 for 36 yards. Coach Skip Holtz said Monday that Daniels has an ''AC
Bulls scored on three of four possessions before Holtz started substituting, replacing Daniels with backup quarterback Bobby Eveld late in the first quarter. The sophomore's second pass was intercepted by Devontae Johnson, though, and the FAMU
throwing shoulder and is listed as day to day. If he can't play, he will be replaced for the second straight game by Bobby Eveld . The Bulls are hurting on defense, too, with several key injuries in the secondary, which could leave them susceptible
injury after missing the previous game against Louisville. Bulls coach Skip Holtz indicated this week that sophomore Bobby Eveld would get his second straight start for South Florida (5-6, 1-5 Big East) if Daniels can't play against No
traveled a long way to get her college football fix. "I flew in specifically ..... from Singapore. You're in college football withdrawal from about March ..... Forte, sophomore quarterback Bobby Eveld and sophomore linebacker DeDe
NCAA Football Five players we expect to have huge games tonight DT Theodore Jackson ..... nicknamed "Man-Man" could exploit them. WR Travis Johnson, Jesuit: Bobby Eveld 's newest target, a 6-foot-4 freshman, should flourish against