Shelton: Blame more than QBs for USF loss

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The Times' Gary Shelton writes that USF fans can be frustrated with the team's quarterback play in Saturday's 40-9 loss at Miami, but that's arguably fifth or sixth on the list of things that went wrong for the Bulls.

The defensive secondary? "Put it this way: There are fewer kids lost at Disney World than in the Bulls' secondary," he writes. Skip Holtz? "The time management at the end of the first half was so horrible, you want to chip in to buy the Skipper a watch. (Four plays in 68 seconds?)" And he's not done spreading the blame around the rest of the locker room. ... 

[Last modified: Sunday, November 18, 2012 7:47am]

    

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