USF football star Quinton Flowers cemented his place in Bulls history on Thursday night.
During his team’s 43-7 shellacking of Temple, the dual-threat quarterback became USF’s all-time career rushing touchdowns leader after a 22-yard run in the second quarter.
Flowers’ scamper to the endzone was the 33rd of his career, breaking the mark previously held by Marlon Mack.
Flowers finished the game with 59 rushing yards and two scores on the ground, while adding 96 yards through the air. The Bulls also had two rushers surpass the 100-yard mark on the night, with Darius Tice recorded 117 yards and two touchdowns and D’Ernest Johnson rushing for 106 yards.
While USF found great success on the ground, Temple struggled to get anything going and finished the game with -4 yards rushing.
USF now sits at 4-0 on the season in the program’s first season under head coach Charlie Strong, while Temple falls to 2-2.