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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After a low scoring affair in East Hartford, the Bulls squeaked by Connecticut behind the leg of standout kicker, Marvin Kloss, and the emergence of defensive end, Aaron Lynch. See which player was chosen to receive the game ball by USFNation.
Game Ball - South Florida vs. UConn
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