New faces, old issues stand out at USF scrimmage

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TAMPA ‘ While he’s not about to draw any firm conclusions ‘ appeared to be in on a forced fumble during USF’s mostly closed scrimmage Saturday morning on campus.

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TAMPA ‘ While he’s not about to draw any firm conclusions from his team’s initial scrimmage of preseason camp, Bulls coach Charlie Strong does seem to have one concrete takeaway.

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Safety Devin Studstill (Notre Dame) and cornerback KJ Sails (North Carolina) each had an interception, while rush end Darius Slade (Arizona State) appeared to be in on a forced fumble during USF’s mostly closed scrimmage Saturday morning on campus.

‘We’ve got a lot of (defensive) transfers making some big-time plays,’ quarterback Blake Barnett said afterward.

Those three, and graduate-transfer linebacker Patrick Macon (Oklahoma State), appear to have established themselves as immediate-impact guys following a summer of conditioning and nine days of fall camp.

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Publisher: Tampa Bay Times
Date: 2019-08-10T16:22:00Z-04
Author: Joey Knight
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