B.J. Daniels: Daniels was by far the best player on the field, totaling 181 yards passing and three touchdowns to lead the Green offense.
Dontavia Bogan: Bogan gave the White secondary problems all night, grabbing three catches for 105 yards. Not to mention, the game-winning touchdown in the third quarter.
Aaron Harris: Harris gave the most impressive individual performance on USF’s defensive line, which dominated the offensive line throughout the game. Harris finished with three sacks.
Evan Landi: Landi outgained Daniels in the yardage department, throwing for a game-high 189 yards. He also countered two interceptions with two touchdown passes.
Quenton Washington: Washington made the best defensive play all night, an electrifying 95-yard interception return for a touchdown. He also had two tackles.
Mike Ford: Ford didn’t get much playing time — only seven carries. However, he impressed in that time, gaining 30 yards rushing, which included a 20-yard carry.
— Staff report