Shutout gone, Bulls offense needs to respond

Posted by ESPN.com's Brian Bennett

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. -- The South Florida defense couldn't have been expected to shut out Florida State the entire game.

The Seminoles finally got in the end zone after a big punt return from Greg Reid. The Bulls can't just try and hold on here in the fourth quarter; they need to be aggressive and put a drive together. They had just 40 yards of offense in the third quarter. Let's see what offensive coordinator Mike Canales has left up his sleeve.

South Florida's body language is a lot different on the sidelines now. A lot of hands on hips. This is not the deepest team in the world, and the starters haven't had to play a whole game yet this season. Fatigue could take a toll in the end.