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  • Geathers family's impressive football pedigree includes UCF, Preds

    Geathers family's impressive football pedigree includes UCF, Preds
    Not far from the Atlantic Ocean and one of South Carolina's oldest cities, Georgetown is a tightknit community reliant on farming and commercial fishing. Many in the city of roughly 9,000 work at the Georgetown Mill, a paper mill. Georgetown was founded...
  • Bianchi: Gators replacing Ray Graves with Doug Dickey was worse than Muschamp, Zook hires

    Bianchi: Gators replacing Ray Graves with Doug Dickey was worse than Muschamp, Zook hires
    Running off at the typewriter … University of Florida football fans may think the hirings of Will Muschamp and Ron Zook were bad, but they pale in comparison to the worst coaching decision in UF football history — the day former school...
  • Bianchi: O'Leary says Power 5 leagues are taking notice of UCF

    Bianchi: O'Leary says Power 5 leagues are taking notice of UCF
    UCF football coach George O'Leary -- when told the Knights are now tied with Miami as the third-most popular college football program in Florida according to a recent statewide poll -- said the Knights are getting closer and closer to Power 5 territory....
  • UCF offense shows vast improvement during Saturday scrimmage

    UCF offense shows vast improvement during Saturday scrimmage
    After beating each other up during a scrimmage that spanned 109 plays and 95 minutes Saturday, UCF coach George O'Leary had one more challenge in mind. He called offensive position groups to fight defensive position groups in four-on-four, tug-of-war...
  • UCF long snapper Gage Marsil looking to have impact among young specialists

    UCF long snapper Gage Marsil looking to have impact among young specialists
    If things operate correctly for UCF football's specialists, then you won't read Gage Marsil's name in the newspaper much. As a long snapper, he prefers to stay in the background. "It's best when your name is not in the paper," Marsil said. "That's...
  • UCF football coaches experiment with depth chart

    UCF football coaches experiment with depth chart
    No April Fool's joke, UCF football coach George O'Leary followed through on his word to make depth chart changes shortly after the team's first full scrimmage Saturday. Coaches experimented with different players in the starting lineup on both sides...
  • UCF coach George O'Leary says changes coming to depth chart after UCF football scrimmage

    UCF coach George O'Leary says changes coming to depth chart after UCF football scrimmage
    Just like the Orlando's shifting weather, fans should expect some changes to the UCF football depth chart this spring. Coach George O'Leary hinted that there could be some switches coming to the Knights' young secondary and other positions following the...
  • Hard hits return during UCF's first full pads workout

    Hard hits return during UCF's first full pads workout
    UCF football entered the third day of spring workouts Saturday, but it felt like the first real day of practice. Players dressed in full pads for the first time and locked in for a hard-hitting workout. How physical did things get? So physical that...
  • UCF fan Josh Keeler excited about offer from George O'Leary

    UCF fan Josh Keeler excited about offer from George O'Leary
    When Josh Keeler was asked to describe the kind of UCF fan he has been while growing up watching Knights football, his first word was "massive." So it was pretty special Wednesday when Keeler, a junior defensive tackle at Orlando Bishop Moore, was...
  • UCF football features new faces, but old expectations on first day of spring drills

    UCF football features new faces, but old expectations on first day of spring drills
    Fans finally got their first glimpse at the new coaching faces peppering the UCF football sidelines Wednesday as spring drills kicked off. The voices and inflections were different, but the messaging carried the same intent: build another team to hunt...
  • George O'Leary looking for more toughness out of running backs this spring

    George O'Leary looking for more toughness out of running backs this spring
    Last spring, it was UCF's veteran receivers corp charged with the task of producing the greater load for the team's young offense.  This time around, George O'Leary is looking for his running backs to help anchor the offense led by second year...