UCF stars step up
Big wins over Houston and USF have brought the UCF men's basketball team to a 14-4 record overall and a 5-1 record in conference play.
After UConn loss
The UConn Huskies continued to be a thorn in UCF’s side as they won 64-49 when UCF traveled to a freezing Connecticut on Sunday.
UCF takes two more wins
The UCF Knights men's basketball team is off to one of their best starts to a season in recent memory, racking up a record of 11-3 so far.
Highland Games return
Are you ready for some haggis? Central Florida's most unusual sports event is back.
Cure Bowl bound
The Knights knew they were going bowling since early November, but now they know how far they'll travel: about 10 miles.
Knights host Cincinnati
The Knights’ defense did their best to erase their heartache by beating Tulane all by themselves. Now they face one of the top interception defenses in the nation.
Utility bill downed
After all the ballot dust settled on the Florida election, medical marijuana finally passed the bar.
Can Knights recover?
After a nightmare in Houston, UCF's defense will see if they can do what they did again, and hope the offense doesn't implode against Tulane.
Big test for UCF
The Cougars are one of the toughest teams the Knights have faced since their upset win over No. 5 Baylor in the 2013 Fiesta Bowl.
UCF falls to Temple
The UCF Knights had multiple opportunities to finish off Temple Saturday, but couldn't follow through as they lost the game 26-25.
UCF football returns
The Knights are back on the gridiron Saturday to take on Temple — a team that fell victim to UCF in 2013 in a stunning comeback win.
Can UCF beat Temple?
The Knights will face a familiar foe Saturday night at the Bright House, one that fell on the losing end of arguably the greatest play — and comeback — in UCF football history.
Possible Cat 5 strength
"This storm will kill you," FL Gov. Rick Scott warned during a Thursday morning press conference, urging evacuation. "Time is running out."
Tulane game postponed
Bad news, Knight football fans. The UCF Knights have postponed the upcoming Friday night game against Tulane because of the hurricane bearing down on Central Florida.
Can Knights make a streak?
The UCF Knights did something they haven’t for two seasons Saturday night, obliterating an FIU team that had haunted their past.
A fumbling finish
Fumbling their way to a loss after nearly stunning the Maryland Terrapins, the Knights will look to regroup this Saturday against an FIU team that’s been a nightmare in the past.
Wildcats fight off Freedom
The Wildcats have bounced back well from a one-point loss to start the season, improving to 2-1 after beating West Orange two weeks ago and then Freedom in a 46-13 win Sept. 9.
Knights host Maryland
The Knights rushed for more yards than any team did last year against No. 5 Michigan. Now they'll try to translate that offensive power into a win as they host an undefeated Maryland.
Postseason dreams dashed
The Winter Park Diamond Dawgs, who have more championships than any other team in the history of the FCSL, have missed the playoffs this year.
Winter Park losses four straight
A Winter Park Diamond Dawgs season that got off to a rocky start is now in free fall as the team lost four straight games recently.
But they still have a shot
The Winter Park Diamond Dawgs fell deeper into a hole last weekend, though not far enough to drop below the Leesburg Lightning in the Florida Collegiate Summer League standings.
Can they get to the top?
The Winter Park Diamond Dawgs are still in trouble, despite having one of their best weeks so far this season.
Sanford wins back-to-back
The Dawgs were looking listless after losing back-to-back games against the Sanford River Rats by a combined scoring differential of 27-11.
Won't face opposition
Mike Ertel will remain Seminole County's Supervisor of Elections after the campaign filing deadline passed today with no challengers.
Team still struggles
After losing two of three games midweek, the Dawgs managed a shaky win Friday to prevent the Lightning (5-10) from striking twice in back-to-back games after a 7-4 loss June 16.
Orlando unites after shooting
Orlando turned to hope, flooding the globe with images and stories of lines of blood donors hundreds long, volunteers passing out thousands of bottles of water to mourners, of millions united in a defiant grief.
Winter Park ends skid
The Winter Park Diamond Dogs are back to their winning ways after suffering a losing streak early in the season.
FCSL starts up
The Florida Collegiate Summer League fires up the hotdog grills at 5 p.m. Thursday, June 2 at Sanford Memorial Stadium for its opening day tailgate party.
Knights drop six
After losing six games in a row, UCF will take a final swing at the AAC tournament.
Graphic shows spread
Zika virus-carrying mosquitoes are expected to be on their way to Seminole County in numbers higher than nearly all of the country.
The only shot fired during a reported gun incident at the University of Central Florida turned out to be from an officer's gun, by accident.
Police can't find
Police were tipped off to a social media post that a possible female shooter was inside the UCF Library Tuesday.
Followed by big loss
When the Knights took a break from American Athletic Conference play to host No. 12 Florida Atlantic, they were in for the fight of their season.
Social Security compromised
An estimated 63,000 current and former UCF students plus school staff may have just been hacked.
It's one of the most unusual spectacles in sports, watching a telephone-pole-sized log flying through the air.
UCF names new coach
It was a whirlwind process to find a new coach fast in the dwindling days of the doomed 2015 campaign.
War on I-4 returns
The Knights now face a USF team that has haunted them in the past and has surged to near the top of the American Athletic Conference this week.
UCF v USF on Thanksgiving
Buried by ECU, the Knights on Thanksgiving night face a USF team that just destroyed one of the most potent offenses in college football.
Can UCF beat ECU?
The last time UCF won a football game, the clock had nearly expired, Justin Holman heaved up a 50-yard Hail Mary, and the prayer worked. The team they beat: East Carolina.
Will UCF go winless?
The Knights are staring down a two-game homestand to end the season, with statisticians predicting that by the end they will have lost every game in 2015.
The Huskies (8-2, 5-1) spent this past Friday destroying a postseason-bound Timber Creek 21-0.
UCF faces Hurricane
After suffering back-to-back all-time record blowouts, UCF limps into Tulsa to face one of their most dogged rivals.
First time against Cincinnati
Barrett’s first game leading the Knights will come after a long flight to Cincinnati (4-3, 1-2), where the game kicks off at noon on Halloween.
Tough district fight
Hagerty all but clinched their playoff spot on Friday in a tough district where any loss knocks a team out.
Knights face No. 5 offense
Houston is averaging 555 yards per game on offense this season, giving them the fifth best offense in the nation. UCF has the FBS's worst.
UCF comeback loss
The Knights found some of the magic of the 2013 season when they took a 16-13 lead into the fourth quarter, then they lost it.
Playoffs on the line
With at loss apiece in their respective districts, Oviedo and Hagerty are on the hot seat for the playoffs.
UCF faces nightmare gantlet
Shocked at home by a listless team, winless in six games, now they face a set of teams that are the stuff of nightmares.
Knights face UConn
The winless season so far has plummeted the Knights to No. 126 on SB Nation’s ranking of 128 FBS teams.
Can they win districts?
Two straight losses started Oviedo’s football season. Now three straight wins have brought them to the middle of it.