TAMPA — Many South Florida fans will be watching for improvement in the offense during Saturday’s season opener against Western Carolina after the Bulls struggled to produce touchdowns in 2013.
With sophomore Mike White recently named the starter at quarterback, many are hoping that the Bulls’ offseason overhaul on offense will pay immediate dividends.
“I’m excited,” TE Sean Price said. “Can’t really wait to get out there and show USF and the world what we’re all about.”
Coach Willie Taggart recently turned over play-calling duties to former San Francisco 49ers assistant Paul Wulff, who joined the staff in January 2013.
Wulff, who also was the head coach at Washington State (2008-2011) and Eastern Washington (2000-2007), said he thinks fans will see more consistency and a quicker tempo this season.
“I think we’re on pace for where we’d like to be, but this is a big week, obviously,” Wulff said.
“I think we’re just more consistent in the things we’re trying to execute.”