Head coach Willie Taggart has shuffled the quarterback deck and the cards still haven't added up to a winning hand. USF is off to an 0-4 start and all three quarterbacks who have played - Matt Floyd, Bobby Eveld and Steven Bench - have combined to throw five interceptions and just four touchdowns.
As painful as it is for the quarterbacks, the lack of production is really hurting one if the team's only offensive stars.
Andre Davis has been hurt by the Bulls' inability to find a consistent quarterback. The junior wide receiver, from Jefferson High School in Tampa, has just 14 catches for 191 yards and one touchdown through four games this season.
Last year, his first as a start, Davis had basically the same production in one game on the road against Nevada (12 receptions, 191 yards and 2 touchdowns).
Davis caught five passes for 75 yards on Saturday in a blowout loss to the Miami Hurricanes. He is the only Bulls receiver with double digit catches. Stephen Bravo-Brown is second on the team in receiving yards with 87.
USF begins conference play on Saturday. The Bulls will host Cincinnati (3-1).