For USF, the challenge might be to figure out how to blend all of its talent.
Which, as they say, isn’t a bad problem to have.
The Bulls opened their 2015 season Saturday night with a 56-20 victory over Towson, even though none of stars seemed to have a huge night.
Quarterback Quinton Flowers, for instance, threw for only 178 yards. He did throw two touchdown passes and run for two more.
Running back Marlon Mack had only 58 yards, breaking a streak of five straight games where he had gained more than 100.
Receiver Rodney Adams caught only two passes for 20 yards, although he ran in a touchdown.
Yet, the Bulls rolled, scoring two touchdowns in each of their first two periods and 21 in the third. In all, the Bulls had 444 yards of offense even though they had the ball for only 22:20 of the sixty minutes.
USF is home Saturday night against Northern Illinois.