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USF Bulls hit 100 again, rout Stetson

TAMPA — Want evidence of USF's new uptempo style? How about the Bulls' second 100-point game in four days?

The Bulls showcased their newfound depth with another high-scoring win, 103-55 against Stetson (1-2) Tuesday. After reaching 100 points four times in Jose Fernandez's first eight seasons at USF, the Bulls (3-0) have done it twice in three games, following a 100-41 win Saturday against Central Connecticut State.

"Offensively, we're playing unselfishly, and it's very pleasing to see," said Fernandez, whose team had 23 assists while forcing 26 turnovers before an announced Sun Dome crowd of 910. "On both ends of the floor, I think we created tempo."

Senior guards Jazmine Sepulveda and Shantia Grace scored 24 and 19, respectively; Sepulveda has played 74 minutes without a turnover.

The Bulls next play Sunday at home against Coppin State.

No. 3 Rutgers 83, Princeton 35: Epiphanny Prince scored 15 for the host Scarlet Knights.

No. 19 Oklahoma State 89, MCNEESE STATE 56: Andrea Riley had 22 points and eight assists for the host Cowboys.

NO. 22 FSU 60, N. FLORIDA 49: Jacinta Moore scored 21 as the Seminoles won in Jacksonville. Moore was 7-for-8 from the field and 7-for-10 from the line. The teams tied or traded the lead nine times in a turnover-filled first half, when FSU took a 25-20 lead. Also, Chelsea Davis, a 6-foot-3 forward from Middleton, Del., signed a national letter of intent with FSU. She averaged 21.4 points, 11.5 rebounds and 3.1 rebounds as a junior.

Information from Times wires was used in this report.

USF 103

Stetson 55

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