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  • Recap: UCF 17, Houston 12

    SportsDirect Inc. Recap: Central Florida 17, Houston 12 Central Florida 17, Houston 12: Justin Holman threw a pair of touchdowns and the Knights forced a fumble with 24 seconds left to hold off the Cougars in the American Athletic Conference opener...
  • UCF coach George O'Leary keeps kickers on their toes

    UCF coach George O'Leary keeps kickers on their toes
    UCF coach George O'Leary is looking for something. He riffles through stacks of papers and various multicolored folders and binders that were askew on his desk before finally producing a single sheet of paper. It's the statistical breakdown he...
  • UCF earns dramatic win at Houston thanks to late play on ball

    UCF earns dramatic win at Houston thanks to late play on ball
    HOUSTON — For the fifth time in UCF and Houston's past six meetings, the game came down to a single touchdown play. And for the second consecutive time, the Cougars' shot at a win was thwarted by Knights senior defensive back Brandon Alexander....
  • Preview: Central Florida at Houston

    Central Florida looks to get its offense in high gear when it opens American Athletic Conference play at Houston on Thursday. The Knights, who rank 117th out of 125 FBS teams in yards per contest, have struggled on the ground while introducing a first-...
  • Jordan Akins among young Knights bolstering UCF entering key Houston game

    When UCF football's conference season starts in Houston Thursday, freshman receiver Jordan Akins said he'll be ready. Akins, 22, has something to prove in the state of Texas. He skipped an immediate shift to college football out of high school to pursue...
  • UCF looking to step up run game and run defense against Houston

    UCF looking to step up run game and run defense against Houston
    UCF coach George O'Leary has always preached to his football teams two factors win championships — running the ball and stopping the run. So far, he said he hasn't seen enough production in either area despite the Knights boasting the No. 1 run...
  • AAC goes 0-6 in nonconference play

    The Sports Xchange NCAAF Team Report - Southern Methodist - INSIDE SLANT It was a brutal week in American Athletic Conference play, with the league going winless in six non-conference games. In doing so, it squandered a couple of opportunities to make...
  • C-USA's Banowsky touches many topics during ODU visit

    C-USA's Banowsky touches many topics during ODU visit
    Conference USA is on board with the new NCAA Division I governance model and the attendant changes, and commissioner Britton Banowsky believes the league is well placed moving forward in a time of relative stability. Those were a couple of takeaways...
  • 3 questions with Houston coach Tony Levine

    3 questions with Houston coach Tony Levine
    The official start of the American Athletic Conference season is finally underway for UCF football. Conference foes UCF and Houston face-off Thursday night before a national TV audience on ESPN. Dating back to the schools' days in Conference USA,...
  • UCF's secondary eager to show its strength under pressure at Houston

    UCF's secondary eager to show its strength under pressure at Houston
    Don't be surprised if UCF's secondary plays with a little more of an edge during the Knights' conference season opener Thursday night thanks to some recent jabs by Houston receiver Deontay Greenberry. The Cougars receiver told a reporter UCF wasn't...
  • Famous Jameis needs to take a lesson from Jeter the Leader

    Famous Jameis needs to take a lesson from Jeter the Leader
    Running off at the typewriter … In honor of the great Martin Luther King, I have a dream. I have a dream that there will be a day when we turn on SportsCenter and they'll be talking about triumphs and touchdowns, not domestic abuse and child...