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Halftime stats: USF ahead in yards



The scoreboard has Cincinnati up 38-20, but two things need to happen for USF to get back in the game: the Bulls have to stop turning it over and have to start getting red-zone touchdowns.

Matt Grothe has already thrown for a season-high 248 yards, but that success is offset by three interceptions. The Bulls have committed five turnovers, and despite five drives getting to the Cincy 25 or deeper, USF got just six points from those possessions.

[Last modified: Thursday, May 27, 2010 11:47am]


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