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By the Numbers: UCF

A quick look into Michigan's upcoming opponent by the numbers.

UCF snapped its 13-game losing streak last week with a 38-0 victory over South Carolina State. On Saturday, the Knights will enter Ann Arbor with a much tougher test as it will have to face a Michigan team coming off a 60-point victory a week ago.

Here's a look at UCF by the numbers.

First, we'll start with the number...


It'll be the first meeting between the two programs on Saturday.

On offense:

193: The number of passing yards senior quarterback Justin Holman threw for last Saturday, he also had two touchdown passes with a 50% completion percentage.

55: The total amount of combined carries UCF had against South Carolina State. Three players (Jawon Hamilton, Taj McGowan and Justin Holman) had over 40 yards rushing on the day.

65: The number of receiving yards leading receiver Tre'Quan Smith had over the weekend. He also contributed one touchdown reception. UCF had 12 players, including Smith, with at least one reception.

27: First downs by the UCF offense, accounting for 462 total yards.

35.3: Third down conversion percentage.

On defense:

3: Amount of turnovers the UCF defense caused.

85: The amount of rushing yards allowed by UCF with a 2.7 yards-per-carry on 32 carries.

22.2: South Carolina Sate's third down conversion rate.

223: Total yards surrendered by the UCF defense, on 70 total plays.

27:38: The time of possession for South Carolina State, UCF held the ball for over 33 minutes.

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