The NCAA football world is waiting until the end of the coming week before it will truly announce the season has started. That is why this past Saturday's games have been referred to as the Week 0 games. There were five games that involved FBS schools on Saturday. Despite the fact most of the games went under the radar, there were plenty of players who put up eye popping numbers.

Dru Brown (Hawaii)

Hawaii is coming off a 7-7 season that is widely considered the school's most successful season in years. The offense played a rather large part in getting to that 7-7 record.

The offense also played a rather large part in why Hawaii is 1-0 to open the 2017 season, despite a defense that allowed 35 points to UMASS.

Quarterback Dru Brown threw the ball early and often for Hawaii against the Minutemen and finished the game 25 of 38 for 391 yards and three touchdowns and one interception. Those three interceptions included one in the final minute of the game that allowed Hawaii to get their first victory of the season in their first game of the season.

Brown is picking up where he left off. Dru finished the 2016 season with a little over 2,400 yards, 19 touchdowns and just seven interceptions.

Quinton Flowers (South Florida)

Quinton Flowers came into his game against San Jose State as a dark horse Heisman candidate.

That low level Heisman candidacy likely took a bit of a hit considering he wasn't able to completely dominate his opponent. Despite the fact that his numbers weren't eye-popping, he still had one of the best performances of Week 0.

Flowers completed just 11 of 23 passes for 212 yards and two touchdowns. The quarterback also ran 18 times for 70 yards and another TD.

His team won the game 42-22, which is likely most important for Flowers despite the slightly off day throwing the ball when it comes to completions.

The best news for South Florida is that he wasn't the leading rusher. D'Ernest Johnson and Darius Tice both ran for just over 90 yards against San Jose State. If the Bulls want to be a team that competes against the best teams in the NCAA, they're going to need offensive production from someone other than Flowers.

John Ursua (Hawaii)

Dru Brown had a great day for Hawaii thanks in large part to wide receiver John Ursua. Ursua caught 12 passes for 272 yards and one touchdown. This follows a 2016 where he caught 53 passes for 652 yards and three touchdowns. He looks to be the top target for Hawaii this season.