USF receiver A.J. Love has experienced swelling on his surgically repaired knee that recently limited his workload.
The Southeast High product, who missed all of last season because of torn anterior cruciate ligament (ACL), is hoping to have a big season after the NCAA granted him a sixth year to play.
Bulls head coach Skip Holtz said he is not concerned about the swelling and is just being cautious with a guy who is expected to be a crucial part of the receiving corps.
For his part, Love said he is fine, feels he is in for a big season and is ready to resume a leadership role on the team. The 6-2, 208 pounder said he never felt better and is not worried about the injury.