SYRACUSE, N.Y. — Bulls fans watching ESPN's online feed of Saturday's game might have noticed a bit more vigor — or perhaps venom — from the quarterback of the Bulls defense Saturday.MLB Auggie Sanchez said he was being more vocal and demonstrative on purpose."You know what, when we started this game, it kind of had that feel of Maryland last year," said Sanchez, referring to the Bulls' 35-17 defeat in College Park last September."People were patting us on the back and telling us, 'Oh, USF's back, USF's this, USF's that.' We kind of came out really flat and that was something we couldn't do. So yeah, I was a little ticked off, probably showed it a little bit. I was on the sideline a little animated, but I feel like it helped us."Sanchez finished with a game-high 13 tackles including a sack. Defensive linemen catch the shuttle home More than once Saturday, USF substituted a whole four-man shift of defensive linemen, hockey-style. The Bulls, who were missing DT Bruce Hector (ankle), said it was designed that way to give guys a blow against Syracuse's relentless pace (ACC-record-tying 105 offensive plays)."They were going kind of fast," said NT Deadrin Senat , who had a career-best 10 tackles." We had it schemed out. Once they subbed we were gonna come off." A seal here, and a seal here… USF continues to establish itself as one of the American Athletic Conference's premier perimeter-blocking teams. WR Rodney Adams ' second TD sweep, which gave the Bulls a 21-17 lead they didn't relinquish, was set up by a textbook Marlon Mack block."The Mack Attack is back," Adams said."Marlon Mack and (TE) Elkanah Dillon both got great blocks on there, chopping the guy down, and it was an easy run into the end zone for Rodney," Bulls coach Willie Taggart said. Special teams stay steady Overshadowed — again — by USF's offensive proficiency was another sparkling day by the Bulls' specialists. New P Jonathan Hernandez averaged 42.8 yards on seven punts, with five pinned inside the 20.And if former Bulls K Marvin Kloss was dubbed "Money," perhaps it's time to at least nickname successor Emilio Nadelman "Coin." Nadelman hit a 42-yard field goal in the fourth quarter and is 3-of-3 this season. All three have been from 30 or more yards.