Just about the time the rain began to fall Rutgers quarterback Mike Teel capped off a five play, 48-yard drive with a 28-yard touchdown throw to tight-end Shamar Graves.

When it rains, it pours.

It was sunny when the Scarlet Knights began their drive at the USF 48, but by the time Graves crossed the goal-line with just :26 remaining in the third, it was pouring rain.

Rutgers rushed for the first four plays of the drive before going play-action, and over-the top to a wide-open Graves, who walked into the end-zone.

About 15,000 fans deserted Raymond James Stadium shortly after.

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