TAMPA — Even if neither Bobby Eveld nor Matt Floyd have established themselves as South Florida’s starting quarterback, both insist they enjoy running the complex offensive system head coach Willie Taggart employs.
“It’s a really cool offense,” Eveld said. “When you are in there on plays you know exactly what’s going on and you change the protection or throw hot and hit a guy for 5 or 6 yards, you feel good about yourself. When you see it on film, it looks even cooler.”
Floyd said one of his favorite aspects of the pro-style offense is its versatility with the chance to change plays at the line of scrimmage.
“I think it’s really great because it takes advantage of defense,” Floyd said. “There’s a lot of plays that have an answer to every coverage you can possibly run. This offense has plays that take advantage of defenses and allow us to exploit the abilities we have at receiver, running back or tight end.”
BULLS BITS: G Thor Jozwiak is nearing his return after beginning conditioning work Wednesday. Jozwiak was sidelined last week due to an irregular heartbeat.