"Stephen did an unbelievable job for the lack of practice that he had," Golden said. "I thought he was efficient. I thought we ran the ball really well. I thought we called a good game early on, and I thought the (USF) defense settled down after that first 15, which I was concerned about coming off the bye week."
Miami gained 251 yards on its first three possessions, more than USF had ever allowed in a single quarter. It was 35-7 at the half -- and could have been worse.
The Hurricanes lost two fumbles inside the Bulls 5 and also missed a 23-yard field goal.
As he's been all season, Shaw was the bright spot for USF. He had his third 100-yard game for the Bulls, who sputtered offensively after Shaw's 44-yard run to the Miami 14 set up his second TD of the season.