EAST HARTFORD, CONN.--South Florida placekicker Marvin Kloss continued his stellar play Saturday afternoon, connecting on kicks of 47 and 44 yards, and adding an extra point after Aaron Lynch's 44-yard fumble return touchdown.
South Florida snuck by Connecticut by the score of, 13-10. Kloss scored more than half of the Bulls points and gave the Bulls the go-ahead lead with 4:03 left in the second quarter.
Kloss has made eight straight FG's and has converted on attempts of 49, 44, 50, 52, 40 and 47 yds. in that streak. Kloss' 4 FG's of 47 or more yards are most in one season by a Bulls player ever.
With that being said, USFNation.com has decided to give the game ball to the redshirt-junior from Naples (Fla.), Marvin Kloss.
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