No. 20 Pittsburgh crushes South Florida
Bill Stull rarely hears himself mentioned in the same sentence as Dan Marino. He is now. Stull is one of college football's biggest surprises and, if Pitt Panthers keep playing this way, they might be, too.
Stull threw for two touchdowns, Dion Lewis ran for two and No. 20 Pitt scored on all five possessions in the first half to rout South Florida 41-14 on Saturday and extend its best start in 27 years.
The Panthers (4-0 in Big East) opened up a 31-7 lead at halftime in improving to 7-1 for the first time since 1982 - Marino's senior season and the last time Pittsburgh was ranked No. 1.