USF wideout Victor Marc getting snaps at quarterback

Jonathan Daniel

USF wide receiver Victor Marc took snaps at quarterback on Wednesday as the Bulls look to try and replace the production lost by B.J. Daniels.

With USF's B.J. Daniels out for the season due to a broken ankle, head coach Skip Holtz is looking at anyone to help replace the production of the four-year starter.

The main quarterback battle is between redshirt freshman Matt Floyd and former walk-on Bobby Eveld, but both players are more known as pocket passers instead of a dual-threat quarterback like Daniels was. To add an additional wrinkle, Greg Auman of the Tampa Bay Times is reporting that wide receiver Victor Marc took snaps at quarterback Wednesday in a Wildcat formation.

Marc played quarterback while at Hallandale High School and briefly played quarterback during his freshman year at USF before moving to running back and finally wide receiver. Working exclusively in the slot this year, Marc has 12 receptions for 125 yards.

Marc told Auman that moving back to quarterback has been a learning experience, but he's willing to do anything to help the team win:

"Learning experience. Just trying to do everything the coaches want me to do, just trying to provide help that we need right now. It's going back and focusing on the little things."

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