The Bulls' wide receivers weren't much help to the offense against Miami.
USF head coach Skip Holtz is not pleased with the effort he saw from his wide receivers during the Bulls' 40-9 loss to Miami on Saturday.
"Honestly, I don't think [quarterback Matt Floyd] got a whole lot of help from the receivers tonight," Holtz said after the game. "I don't know what his numbers ended up being, whatever they were, but he got exactly what was thrown for. It's not like we broke a lot of tackles, got extra yards or made any circus catches."
Bulls receivers only accounted for 10 receptions in the game, and it was running back Demetri Murray who ended up leading the team in receptions. Floyd finished 20-for-35 for 175 yards with no touchdowns and two interceptions.
The USF offense piled up 358 total yards but was not able to get into the end zone, settling instead for field goals on three trips inside the Miami 20.