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Scott: Do or die mode for Bulls
Posted Oct 30, 2011 by Adam Adkins
Updated Oct 30, 2011 at 10:14 PM
Considering USF has lost three straight and went through an off week after the latest setback, the mood in the locker room is about as positive as it can be, Bulls senior offensive lineman Jeremiah Warren said after Sunday’s practice.
“Of course nobody likes losing, but you’ve got to put that behind you,” Warren said. “You can’t let (the last) game affect the next game. You’ve just got to keep moving forward, look at the positives, look at the negatives and do what you’ve got to improve and keep moving.”
The Bulls (4-3, 0-3 in Big East) visit Rutgers (5-3, 2-2) on Saturday and need two wins over the last five games to get bowl eligible, which is “the main thing we need to do right now,” junior running back Darrell Scott said.
“It’s do or die mode right now,” Scott said.
BULLS BITS: The majority of players who were nursing minor injuries and missed some practice time during the off week were able to return to the field Sunday. Redshirt freshman linebacker Reshard Cliett (ankle) is questionable to play at Rutgers. … Redshirt freshman receiver Chris Dunkley had surgery Friday on his injured left wrist and won’t practice for the remainder of the season. Dunkley is sitting out this year per NCAA rules after transferring from Florida.