They still have major questions on offense but in the meantime, the USF Bulls stayed undefeated in conference play with a 13-10 win at Connecticut on Saturday afternoon.
A fourth-quarter field goal by Marvin Kloss provided the winning margin with a little more than four minutes to play. Kloss has made nine straight and his 44-yarder was into a stiff wind.
It was USF's second straight win without an offensive touchdown. No team has pulled that off since 2002 (Notre Dame).
Both teams had horrible outings at quarterback but USF's Bobby Eveld, starting for the injured Steven Bench, managed to put together one strong drive and that was enough. He completed all three of his passes on the possession that lead to Kloss' 44-yard winning kick with 4:49 remaning.
The Bulls had two stops to make in the final minutes. UConn's Hail Mary attempt went incomplete. The Huskies are 0-5 on the season and were trying a freshman at quarterback.
USF is 2-0 in the American Athletic Conference but next has to face highly-ranked Louisville.
Aaron Lynch had USF's only touchdown on a 44-yard fumble return after Ryne Giddins knocked the ball away from quarterback Tim Boyle, who was just 15 of 43 for 148 yards.
Eveld was worse finishing 8 of 28 for a mere 105 yards but he was clutch on the winning drive. The Huskies came in as the country's worst rushing team but got 164 yards rushing and their only touchdown from Lyle McCombs.
The Bulls are tied for last in the country with six touchdowns on offense.