We love when players get emotional and put up big numbers in big games. USF quarterback Quinton Flowers is doing just that Friday in the War on I4 rivalry game against UCF, and he put the Bulls up by the score of 34-28 in the third quarter when he ran it in from 24 yards out.
However, it’s what he did after that touchdown that might have people talking after the game.
Flowers celebrated with a gesture that is a bit too raunchy to share here. But if you really must see it, click here. It’s not something head coach Charlie Strong will likely be happy about, and we’re betting Flowers issues some sort of apology after the game.
With most of the fourth quarter left to play, Flowers has racked up 484 yards and four touchdowns to put the Bulls ahead.
The winner of this game gets to play for the AAC Championship Game against Memphis. And if UCF loses, then it will have proved the CFP committee right to have not ranked it higher than No. 15 heading into Rivalry Week.