South Florida Passing
C/ATTYDSAVGTDINTQBR
Matt Floyd21/391764.50024.0
TEAM21/391764.500--
Cincinnati Passing
C/ATTYDSAVGTDINTQBR
Brendon Kay17/271786.61078.7
TEAM17/271786.610--
South Florida Rushing
CARYDSAVGTDLONG
Demetris Murray19683.6111
Marcus Shaw10606.0021
Terrence Mitchell1-5-5.000
Matt Floyd8-33-4.104
TEAM38902.4121
Cincinnati Rushing
CARYDSAVGTDLONG
George Winn211195.7223
Brendon Kay7486.9120
Ralph David Abernathy IV6183.009
Jameel Poteat351.7011
Adam Fearing341.303
TEAM401944.8323
South Florida Receiving
RECYDSAVGTDLONG
Victor Marc44010.0018
Andre Davis5408.0014
Deonte Welch4358.8012
Sean Price5295.8011
Demetris Murray11818.0018
D'Vario Montgomery199.009
Jeff Hawkins155.005
TEAM211768.4018
Cincinnati Receiving
RECYDSAVGTDLONG
Travis Kelce7588.3117
Kenbrell Thompkins35719.0048
Anthony McClung12626.0026
Damon Julian3227.308
Alex Chisum188.008
George Winn273.505
TEAM1717810.5148
South Florida Interceptions
INTYDSTD
No South Florida Interceptions
Cincinnati Interceptions
INTYDSTD
No Cincinnati Interceptions
South Florida Kick Returns
NOYDSAVGLONGTD
Marcus Shaw35518.3230
TEAM35518.3230
Cincinnati Kick Returns
NOYDSAVGLONGTD
Ralph David Abernathy IV12626.0260
Jameel Poteat11616.0160
TEAM24221.0260
South Florida Punt Returns
NOYDSAVGLONGTD
Andre Davis210.530
TEAM210.530
Cincinnati Punt Returns
NOYDSAVGLONGTD
No Cincinnati Punt Returns
South Florida Kicking
FGPCTLONGXPPTS
Maikon Bonani1/250.0251/14
TEAM1/250.0251/14
Cincinnati Kicking
FGPCTLONGXPPTS
Tony Miliano0/00.003/43
TEAM0/00.003/43
South Florida Punting
NOYDSAVGTBIn 20LONG
Justin Brockhaus-Kann730143.00070
TEAM730143.00070
Cincinnati Punting
NOYDSAVGTBIn 20LONG
Pat O'Donnell730042.90065
TEAM730042.90065

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