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Margeaux's Florist

2585 New Kent Hwy
Quinton, VA 23141
(804) 932-8878

Quinton VA News

Dec 29, 2017

Late-blooming Bulls persevere

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — Quinton Flowers did it again at the Birmingham Bowl, launching another winning touchdown throw with a game against a Power 5 team on the line.Flowers threw a 26-yard touchdown pass to Tyre McCants with 16 seconds left to give No. 23 South Florida a 38-34 victory over Texas Tech in the Birmingham Bowl on Saturday.Flowers led the Bulls (10-2) to a second straight dramatic victory in the bowl game at Legion Field, throwing for a pair of touchdowns in the final 4:26 after struggling in the first half. “I was telling myself, I’ve got to hit my guys in the chest,” Flowers said. “I’ve got to put the ball in their chest and just give them a chance. I just went out there and my coach called the play that I wanted and thank God Tyre did what he was supposed to do and I did what I was supposed to do and we came out with the victory.” The Bulls, who are 21-4 the past two seasons, won last year’s Birmingham Bowl on Flowers’ 25-yard touchdown pass in overtime against South Carolina.The Red Raiders (... (The Register-Guard)

Apr 7, 2017

Mother's Day vases

May 12 at the VFW Post 5812, 127 E. Spaulding Ave, Pueblo West.Delivery will be at the same time.For the third year, Jo Ann Quinton, owner of Pueblo West’s Q Garden Design – Wedding Florist, is providing all flowers and supplies at cost and donating her time to help the Sons in this fund aising event.Contact Q Garden Design – Wedding Florist at 547-4626 or the American Legion Post 207 (text or call) at 248-4378 for questions and to purchase these vases.Payment can be made in cash or checks to S.A.L Squadron 207. (Pueblo West View)

Apr 7, 2017

Sterlin Gilbert Working on Quinton Flowers' Throwing Motion

ESPN’s Andrea Adelson has a feature up about Quinton Flowers on their college football blog. It covers Charlie Strong’s memories of recruiting Flowers (he wanted him as a safety) and points out that Strong hasn’t had an established quarterback to work with since his last year at Louisville, when Teddy Bridgewater was a senior.Adelson also interviewed offensive coordinator Sterlin Gilbert about how he is settling in to work with Flowers. Early quotes from Gilbert before spring practice might have made you think that he was going to try and fit Flowers into the system he’s most comfortable running. Fortunately, this story reveals that no, it’s the other way around.Once spring practice ends, Gilbert will sit down with Flowers and talk about the direction the offense should go."He’s really talented and coming back off what he did, it’s one of those things where don’t reinvent the wheel with him," Gilbert said. "We’re just in a hurry to find out what he does best, and let’s go do that. It’s not like we’re going to try to take him down... (The Daily Stampede)

Dec 28, 2016

Slowing Flowers seems simple, but is nearly impossible

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. - The plan slowing down USF quarterback Quinton Flowers seems simple but teams haven’t been able to be effective. Keep him in the pocket and don’t let him make plays with his legs. South Carolina has faced quarterbacks similar to Flowers before, but the junior brings an element of explosiveness that not many at his position seem to have. He’s more like a running back who can throw the football than a quarterback who can run it. (Photo: Ryan Bethea, 247Sports) WATCH: Tuesday practice highlights Photos: USC's night on the lanes   “We have to keep him in the pocket the whole game,” defensive tackle Taylor Stallworth said. “We can’t let him get out of the pocket, start scrambling, because that’s how they make their big plays. We have to give a smart rush. He’s different. We’ve played against quarterbacks like him, but he’s the most explosive quarterback we’ve played this year.” The Bulls (10-2) don’t really use Flowers as a running back as he’s gone over 16 carries only three times this season, but two of those times have been... (247Sports)

Dec 2, 2016

Quinton Flowers Named AAC Offensive Player of the Year

After an electrifying season in which he led No. 23/24-ranked USF to a program-best 10-2 regular season record, junior quarterback Quinton Flowers (Miami) has been named the American Athletic Conference's Offensive Player of the Year by a vote of the league's coaches. A program-record 10 Bulls earned all-conference honors, including Flowers' "9-to-5" teammate Marlon Mack (Sarasota) who earned first-team honors for a program-record third straight season. Flowers became the fourth Bull to claim a conference player of the year award and the first-ever to win it on the offensive side of the ball. He joins current USF offensive analyst Lindsey Lamar (2010 Big East Special Teams Player of the Year), George Selvie (2007 Big East Defensive Player of the Year) and Ean Randolph (2006 Big East Special Teams Player of the Year). Flowers, named first team all-conference at quarterback, was among 10 Bulls named first or second team all-conference, including seven members of the record-setting Gulf Coast Offense. Junior running back Mack earned first-team honors for a program-record third straight season, breaking a tie with Sel... (BCSNN - Best College Sports News Network (blog))

Nov 24, 2016

USF's Quinton Flowers is the best college football player you don't know about

FCS opponent Florida A&M. But then, No. 9 took over. After struggling to find consistency over the early part of that season, quarterback Quinton Flowers caught fire. Then a sophomore, Flowers would lead USF on a tear over the rest of the regular season, winning seven of their last eight games before falling to Western Kentucky in the Miami Beach Bowl. Over that nine-game stretch to close out the 2015 season, the Bulls averaged 44 points per game. Flowers ended the year with 22 touchdown passes to just eight interceptions, while rushing for 991 yards and 12 more scores. Turns out he and Taggart’s crew were just getting warmed up. After Saturday night’s thrilling 49-42 road win against Memphis, the Bulls are now 8-2 this season, with Flowers and the explosive “Gulf Coast Offense” leading the way. USF has kept pace with their impressive scoring numbers from last year’s stretch run, averaging 44 points per game in 2016. They’ve already set a new school record for touchdowns in a season: Speaking of records, Flowers is knocking down some of his own. With his 210-yard, three-touchdown performance on the ground against the Tigers last week, Flowers became the first quarterback from an FBS program in the state of Florida to rush for over 1,000 yards in a season. He also became the first player in USF history to throw for 2,000 yards and rush for 1,000 yards in the same season: He’s already eclipsed his rushing numbers from last year with 1,131 yards and 13 touchdowns in 201... (The Draft Wire)