We have been well documenting USF’s offensive outburst to start 2016. Well, the AAC has been taking notice, too and QB Quinton Flowers just garnered its offensive Player of the Week honors for this week.
Flowers had three TD passes and ran for two more scores for his first five touchdown game of his college career in USF’s 42-27 win Saturday night over UConn.
— American Football (@American_FB) October 16, 2016
The Junior out of Miami has led USF with an average of 312 yards of total offense per game (18th in the NCAA) and the Bulls to 11 straight games of 35 or more points dating back to last season.
USF is also 6-1 on the season for the first time ever, and receiving votes in the AP poll.
Recognition is starting to catch up for Flowers, and the Bulls.