The South Florida Bulls had a bit of a rough season in 2011. The Big East team finished the year with a 5-7 overall record, which was good enough to land them in a tie for seventh place in the conference. The team was a woeful 1-6 in conference play, despite leading the Big East in rushing yards, but fully five of their seven losses were by six or fewer points. There is a reason to rejoice this week, however, as six Bulls players have been named to the 2011 All-Big East Team.
On Thursday, the Big East announced that offensive guard Jeremiah Warren, running back Darrell Scott, kicker Maikon Bonani, defensive end Ryne Giddins, cornerback Kayvon Webster and safety Jerrell Young all became All-Big East second-team selections, according to the official USF Athletics website.
Scott was a huge part of the impressive USF running game this year, finishing the season with 814 rushing yards, good enough for fourth place overall in the Big East. The redshirt junior had five rushing touchdowns and another score on a pass.
Congratulations to all six of the Bulls who were selected.
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