Five South Florida players to watch

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Sep 5, 2015; Tampa, FL, USA; South Florida Bulls head coach Willie Taggart reacts after his team scores a touchdown in the second half against the Florida A & M Rattlers at Raymond James Stadium. The South Florida Bulls defeated the Florida A & M Rattlers 51-3. Mandatory Credit: Jonathan Dyer-USA TODAY Sports

Maryland looks to put the Bowling Green loss behind them as they host South Florida on Saturday.  Get to know the Bulls with five of their key players:

The Terrapins haven’t exactly played an impressive brand of football through their first two games. After an underwhelming performance against Richmond, things didn’t get much better for quarterback Perry Hills. In the fourth quarter, coach Randy Edsall had seen enough and replaced Hills with backup Caleb Rowe. Rowe will make his first start in almost two years on Saturday when Maryland hosts a very tough South Florida squad.