Rutgers junior sensation Kenny Britt had 173 yards receiving, including a 93-yard touchdown, and the Scarlet Knights trounced South Florida 49-16 at Raymond James Stadium on Saturday.

Rutgers (5-5, 4-2), which racked up 421 yards of offense, outscored the Bulls 28-6 in the second half, after jumping out to a 21-10 lead at halftime.

USF (6-4, 1-4) was mauled by penalties and turnovers all day. The Bulls committed ten penalties for 100 yards, and turned the ball over six times.

Junior quarterback Matt Grothe threw three interceptions, including one that was returned 30 yards by Rutgers’ Jason McCourty for a touchdown to put Rutgers on top 14-3 in the second quarter.

For a full game recap just revisit out live blogs down below, or visit www.usforacle.com

-K.K.

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