Take lead in AAC
After one of the tougher conference games on their schedule, the Knights are hitting the road for what’s expected to be the easiest.
Toughest opponent yet?
For the third straight game the Knights have a one-touchdown win under their belts, and now they await a Temple team that’s surprised the AAC.
Outlast in overtime
An overtime thriller for the history books put the Knights 3-2 on the season and sent BYU home in a tailspin.
Tough opponent loses top player
Two big moments happened in the past week that could make UCF’s season more optimistic, especially against BYU. Now a big win and a sudden injury of a key opponent could help UCF’s fortunes.
Will it be another nail-biter?
When the UCF Knights step onto the field at Houston at 7 p.m. tonight, Oct. 2, they’ll have had 12 nights of rest. The only problem with that: So will the Cougars.
An early dose of tension gave way to a blowout showcase of the Knights' offensive talent in their home opener.
Knights face B-C
The last time the Knights had a start this bad, they went on to win their next eight straight games and play their first bowl game in team history.
Sagarin poll No. 22
The UCF Knights may not have played on the gridiron last weekend, but they did something no other team in the American Athletic Conference did: get ranked.
Knights lose heartbreaker
Quarterback Justin Holman nearly pulled off a miracle comeback for the UCF Knights, but watched as a Sam Ficken field goal sailed through the uprights.
UCF ready for Penn State
The Knights have won their last eight season openers. But they’ve never done it in Ireland. And they’ve never done it against Penn State.
DiNovo vs. Penn State
After months of testing, the quarterback UCF head coach George O'Leary hopes could give the Knights Blake Bortles-level firepower has a name: Pete DiNovo.
From OHS to the NFL
Local residents and football fanatics celebrated inside the Oviedo Ale House as their hometown quarterback Blake Bortles was drafted third overall in the NFL by the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Keep conference lead
The Knights had already been running away with the American Athletic Conference lead by the time Louisville came to town.
Four AAC series wins
Two one-run games gave way to a 10-run mercy rule blowout as the Knights beat out Memphis to take a three-game series last weekend in Tennessee.
Face USF this week
Six games deep into American Athletic Conference play, the Knights haven’t lost a baseball game as they approach their grudge match of the season against USF.