TAMPA, Fla. (AP) A big night passing for Quinton Flowers, three 100-yard rushers and another lopsided victory for No. 22 South Florida.
There was plenty for Charlie Strong to like Friday night in a 47-23 rout of Illinois, but nothing resonated more than the way Flowers led the Bulls back from a Hurricane Irma-layoff.
The dual threat quarterback threw for 280 yards and four touchdowns, moving ahead of Matt Grothe and B.J. Daniels into second place on USF's career touchdown pass list with 53.