Injured QB Daniels to have shoulder tested Monday
TAMPA -- The news, so far, is good for USF quarterback B.J. Daniels, who will undergo additional tests Monday to learn the severity of a sprained right shoulder he suffered in the third quarter of the Bulls' 6-3 loss to Miami on Saturday.
Daniels is still in play for Friday morning's home game against Louisville, though the Bulls will also get sophomore Bobby Eveld prepared for what would be his second career start. Eveld filled in for Daniels last season in a late-season loss to Connecticut, though he struggled to move the ball after replacing Daniels early in the third quarter.
USF reserve linebacker Curtis Weatherspoon, a senior who has played primarily on special teams, was on crutches Sunday and will have additional tests today on his injured left knee.