Saturday, September 13, 2008

College Football Update: Kansas and South Florida battle it out in a classic

Considering this was suppose to be another boring Friday night, this game turned out to be very entertaining. Kansas and South Florida battled it out for all four quarters. In the end, it was a 43 yard field goal as time expired made the difference in the game as USF upset Kansas 37-34.

This is a huge win for the no.-19 ranked Bulls. They were down to the Jayhawks 20-10 at halftime. The Bulls came out in the third quarter and scored 17 points, adding another 7 in the fourth quarter.

The Jayhawks found themselves down 34-20 in the fourth, but they would score two touchdowns to tie up the game. Todd Reesing threw two touchdown passes in the fourth quarter. He threw three in the game.

Maikon Bonani hit the game winning field goal for the Bulls as time expired.

Reesing along with three touchdown passes had 383 yards with one interception. Matt Groethe completed 32-of-45 for 333 yards and two touchdowns.

Who knows what upsets we'll see later on Saturday. Stay tuned!

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