What they're saying about USF-Wofford

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I'll start with what we're saying about USF-Wofford, first with our game story, then a column from Gary Shelton, then a Mo Plancher sidebar from rookie correspondent Kerry Klecic, and our notebook.

Our final-edition notebook led off with starting safety Jerrell Young breaking his right arm, a significant loss for USF's defense at a position with little proven depth. Senior walk-on Mistral Raymond and redshirt freshman Jon Lejiste both had four tackles Saturday in relief of Young, and those two are the most likely options to start in his place Saturday at Western Kentucky. Onto other links ...

-- Here's the game story from the Wofford side, from the Spartanburg Herald-Journal, which writes how a few costly mistakes late in the first half took the Terriers out of what had been a close game. As a coincidence, Wofford now plays at home against Charleston Southern, USF's opponent in two weeks. Based on Saturday's games, you'd think Wofford should win at home.

-- The Sarasota Herald-Tribune's game story points out that receiver A.J. Love, a Bradenton Southeast grad, made a solid return after tearing his ACL in last year's St. Petersburg Bowl. Love didn't start but caught three passes for 33 yards.

-- The Lakeland Ledger writes that Saturday's game was the definition of a tune-up game for the Bulls.

-- Here's the Associated Press game story that went out to newspapers.

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