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  • UCF's Will Stanback ready for challenge as featured running back

    UCF's Will Stanback ready for challenge as featured running back
    The stat sheet finally matched the effort of UCF running back Will Stanback. For months, he'd been preparing himself to step into the role of the Knights' featured back — a position vacated by Storm Johnson, who currently plays for the...
  • UCF's Brown joins Knights' starting o-line unit

    UCF's Brown joins Knights' starting o-line unit
    UCF coach George O'Leary said earlier this week he wanted to see Chester Brown, a 6-foot-5, 325-pound redshirt sophomore, get more reps in games. And that's what O'Leary got. Brown, who hails from Hinesville, Ga., had his first career start on the...
  • Temple Blanks Delaware State

    P.J. Walker threw two touchdown passes and the Owls scored twice on special teams as they blanked the Hornets in Philadelphia. Walker finished 10-of-14 for 127 yards and two interceptions while Kenneth Harper added two touchdowns for Temple (2-1),...
  • UCF handles Bethune-Cookman for first win of season

    UCF handles Bethune-Cookman for first win of season
    After traveling more 5,000 miles during the past three weeks, the UCF football team finally enjoyed a home victory. The Knights had to regain some of the swagger that helped them finish as the No. 10 team in the country last season after suffering two...
  • UCF expects to learn Monday whether Rannell Hall suspension is overturned

    UCF expects to learn Monday whether the team will be forced to compete in its conference opener at Houston without senior receiver Rannell Hall. Hall, who led the team in receiving yards (886) and kickoff returns (689) in 2013, was ejected during the...
  • Sid Nowell: Police military arsenals can lead to abuse of rights

    Police agencies have been over-militarized, as evidenced by the images of Ferguson, Mo., that offended many of our senses. However, these images also have provided us the opportunity to ensure that governmental authority is being exercised within the...
  • AAC Notebook: No. 23 East Carolina Storms Onto National Scene

    Six years ago, the East Carolina football program was coached by Skip Holtz and competing in Conference USA. That was the last time the Pirates were ranked in the national polls. Holtz's team was No. 14 after winning its first three games and slid to No....
  • What? UCF's Rannell Hall gets same suspension as Jameis Winston?

    What? UCF's Rannell Hall gets same suspension as Jameis Winston?
    UCF wide receiver Rannell Hall, one of the Knights' best players, will get as much of a suspension for making a simple, hard-nosed  football play as Florida State University originally levied against Jameis Winston for standing up on campus and yelling...
  • Duke Johnson continues to climb Miami record book

    Duke Johnson continues to climb Miami record book
    —For Duke Johnson, the rise in the Miami record book continues. In his first three games after suffering a season-ending ankle injury late last season against Florida State, Johnson has rushed for a team-high 287 yards on 43 carries. Each of...
  • Rannell Hall to miss first half of Houston game despite UCF protest

     Rannell Hall to miss first half of Houston game despite UCF protest
    UCF receiver Rannell Hall will miss the first half of the Knights' game at Houston Oct. 2. The senior was called for a targeting penalty on the final drive of the Knights' 41-7 win over Bethune-Cookman Saturday. He blocked a B-CU defender for Breshad...
  • Junior League helps students transition from foster care

    The Junior League of the Palm Beaches' Pink Palm Brigade recently helped make the transition from the foster care system to college life easier for five local college-bound students. The five recipients included two students from the western...