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Flowers touts 2015 Syracuse as game that turned things around

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Flowers touts 2015 Syracuse as game that turned things around

By Chuck Muller, Staff Writer
On September 15, 2016

This time last year, USF football was a program seemingly on the decline. A sluggish 1-3 start for the Bulls following a subpar 4-8 record in 2014 almost marking the end of  the Willie Taggart era.

Enter Quinton Flowers.

With 330 total yards and 3 touchdowns, USF junior quarterback Quinton Flowers had the type of signature game that would separate him as the leader of the Bulls’ young Gulf Coast offense.

“It all goes back to when Coach T gave me the ‘go’ word,” Flowers said after Wednesday’s practice.

“I did what I was expected to do...what my team was looking for, and we came out with the victory.”

Since then, Flowers and the Bulls have ridden the momentum of that win all the way into their return game Saturday in the Carrier Dome.

Including that win, USF has won 9 of their last 11 since their win against the Orange, while Flowers play has made him a Davey O’Brien Award candidate as the nation’s top quarterback.

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