By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
On December 29, 2016 at 1:04 pm EST
According to our whatifsports.com simulation, the South Florida Bulls won the Birmingham Bowl. The Bulls won 51-32 over the South Carolina Gamecocks in Birmingham, Alabama.
The Bulls had 503 total yards in 31 minutes and 43 seconds in time of possession. The Gamecocks had 346 total yards in 28 minutes and 17 seconds.
South Carolina quarterback Jake Bentley had 184 passing yards. He had three touchdown passes and an interception.
Rico Dowdle had 108 rushing yards and a touchdown. A.J. Turner had 28 yards, while David Williams and Bentley had 13 yards each.
Bryan Edwards had 39 receiving yards, while Rico Dowdle and Deebo Samuel had 33 yards each and Samuel also had a touchdown. A.J. Turner had 31 yards, while Chavis Dawkins had 29 yards and K.C. Crosby had nine-yards.
Bulls quarterback Quinton Flowers had 143 passing yards. He also had a touchdown pass and an interception.
Marlon Mack had 234 rushing yards and two touchdowns. Flowers had 92 yards and three touchdowns. D’Ernest Johnson had 37 yards.
Marquez Valdes-Scantling had 58 receiving yards and Rodney Adams had 40 yards. Mitchell Wilcox had 20 yards, while Johnson had nine-yards and Tyre McCants and Mack had eight-yards.
T.J. Holloman had an interception for the Gamecocks. Marquavius Lewis had a sack.
Daniel Awoleke, Auggie Sanchez, Nate Godwin and Garry Cadet had a sack each for the Bulls. Deatrick Nichols had an interception.
Mack and Flowers each had a second half rushing touchdown. Emilio Nadelman made a 20-yard field goal late in the game.
Dowdle had a rushing touchdown, while Dawkins and Samuel caught receiving touchdowns. Elliott Fry made a 32-yard field goal.
The first half was dominated by the Bulls. They scored four first half touchdowns and Nadelman made two field goals.
Dawkins scored the lone Gamecocks first half score with 30 seconds left in the half.
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