Coaches Corner: Bulls staff ready for FAMU

With two games in the books, USFNation.com caught up with several USF assistant coaches to get their thoughts on the teams performance & the upcoming game against FAMU. See what QB Coach Peter Vaas, WR Coach Phil McGeoghan, DE Coach Vernon Hargreaves, and TE/OL Coach Larry Scott have to say about camp and the team and their units.

Quarterback Coach Peter Vaas - B.J. Daniels had a career game last week, passing for 359 yards, and is playing his best Ball yet. Coach talks about the growth of Daniels this season, what he's doing well, and where he can improve. Vass also talks about the development of Bobby Eveld, getting him reps and experience, and what he expects to see out of an aggressive FAMU defense.

Tight End/OL Coach Larry Scott - The USF tight ends have been getting more involves in the offense and hauled in 8 catches for 100 yards against Ball State. Coach Scott talks about how the unit is getting better and pushing themselves each and every week. Coach also talks about Andreas Shields's production and how he's becoming more consistent, Michael McFarland getting thrown into the fire and his development, and the growth of the unit as a whole, and the speed they'll face against FAMU.

Defensive end coach Vernon Hargreaves - Coach talks about the growth of the Bulls defensive ends, how the first time starters are still developing and working on being more productive. Coach also talks about the production of Claude Davis and his role going forward, what they'll face against FAMU, and fine tuning their game with conference play coming up.

Receiver Coach Phil McGeoghan - The Bulls passed for 372 yards last week with several younger receivers making a first time impact. Coach talks about the younger guys developing and contributing. Guys like Victor Marc who caught his first TD, Terrence Mitchell, who made his first start, Lindsey Lamar, the two freshmen, and their role going forward. Coach also talks about what he wants to work on as a unit, including their red zone efficiency, what he expects out of the FAMU, and more.

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