Louisville's Lamar Jackson confounded the Syracuse defense in just about every way. Quinton Flowers is ready to keep the ball rolling against the Orange.
Flowers leads South Florida (2-0) into the Carrier Dome on Saturday afternoon, a week after Jackson led the No. 10 Cardinals to a 62-28 victory indoors. The Orange (1-1) allowed a school-record 845 yards as Jackson scored four times on runs and threw for another in the Atlantic Coast Conference opener for both teams.
"It was a tough loss," said Orange wideout Amba Etta-Tawo, who has 20 catches for 313 yards in two games. "It was embarrassing. It hurt our pride a little bit, but we're not going to tuck our tails between our legs and run away and try to hide because we lost one game.
"It doesn't matter that they scored 60 or that they scored one more point than us. A loss is a loss," Etta-Tawo said. "We just have to shake it off, just like you have to shake off a win. It's not being rattled. It's just getting ready for Saturday."
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