Well, tropical Hibs here bloom just about constantly unless we have a cold snap. Did you by any chance have a few cool nights? I know one fellow from Kentucky said he'd had nights down into the 40's a week or two ago. If you are a "Huskerfan" I'm guessing you're in Nebraska?
It sounds like you've taken really great care of that plant, and all the new growth should be getting ready to make some buds but you do need to keep it warm-ish if cool nights are forecast. It still IS a tropical plant. Bring it in the house, or throw a sheet over it. Sudden chilling for a night can set things back.
Maybe you can afford to 'stress' it just a little bit. Cut back on watering it eg. if you are watering every day, cut back to every second day. Space out your fertilizer regime too, as the weather gets cooler. When you bring it in the house for the winter, give it a nice sunny window, watch out for the spider mites to return, and it will very likely bloom all winter for you.