South Carolina Gamecocks vs. UCF Knights Recap
September 26, 2015
South Carolina opened with a field goal on their first drive but it would be UCF that would end up commanding the score with two touchdowns in the first half going into halftime with a 14-8 lead. South Carolina had third string and true freshman Lorenzo Nunez at quarterback who began the game cold like any true freshman would but lead the Gamecocks to a decisive comeback. The Gamecock defense held UCF scoreless in the second half. Nunez threw for three touchdowns and no interceptions in the second half taking the lead 15-14 in the third quarter and never looking back.
Stanford Cardinal Vs. Ucf Knights Recap
September 12, 2015
The Stanford Cardinals looked to bounce back from last weeks loss against the Central Florida Knights on Saturday. The game was back and forth heading into the 2nd quarter as it was scoreless. However the scoreless tie would finally come to and end as Kevin Hogan would connect with Michael Rector on a 53 yard flea flicker touchdown pass. From their it would be all Cardinals. Hogan would add another 2 touchdown passes including a 93 yard to Bryce Love. The Knights struggled all night to score after starting Quarterback Justin Holman left the game with an injury, but would muster up one TD. That would not be enough and the Cardinals would roll easily.
Florida Gators vs. UCF Knights Recap
March 4, 2015
Tuesdayâ€™s showdown between two top-ten teams lived up to its expectations. In front of a record crowd â€“ and for the first time for the seniors on the team â€“ the Knights of UCF beat the second-ranked team in the country, the Florida Gators. Initially, offensive production for both teams was slow, but both pitchers soon were locked in a close game that never seemed to be clearly in one teamâ€™s favor or not. UCFâ€™s bullpen played a critical role in the win, as the chosen reliever, Trent Thompson, got the save as he faced two baserunners on in the 8th inning and denied UF a chance to score off a walk in the 9th.