South Florida started the season rather poorly with a 1-3 record through their first four games, but the Bulls have since gone 7-1 and have won their past four. USF has also enjoyed success at the betting window during their current winning streak, going 4-0 ATS in their past four games. The Bulls will meet the Western Kentucky Hilltoppers on December 21st in the Miami Beach Bowl.
Let’s just say what you have heard a million times by now—USF head coach Willie Taggert used to coach Western Kentucky.
USF quarterback Quinton Flowers has been a revelation for the Bulls with the sophomore accounting for 31 touchdowns and 2,906 offensive yards. In his past four games Flowers has thrown for 11 touchdowns, rushed for three and only has two turnovers.
Western Kentucky counters with one of the most prolific passers in college football in Brandon Doughty. The senior is second in the nation in passing yards (4,594) and first in touchdowns (45) and has thrown three or more touchdowns in 11-straight games.