UCF Game Balls vs Marshall

Defense, special teams and just enough offense helped the Knights gain their third victory of the season, as the team won a sloppy game at Marshall, 30-14. Read on to see who stepped up to break UCF's four-game losing streak.

Bruce Miller - Miller continues to make plays, lining up at end and as a defensive tackle at times. He finished with nine tackles, one sack, a forced fumble and four quarterback hurries.

Torrell Troup - Excuse me for being repetitive but this guy will not stop owning opposing offensive lines. Troup continues to be explosive off the ball, causing all kinds of havoc, which was exemplified through his seven tackles, two of which went for a loss. Even when he wasn't bringing down running backs, Troup was pushing back linemen or stringing out runs for other teammates to make plays.

Brynn Harvey - The freshman running back seems to be getting more comfortable. When given a little bit of room, Harvey is displaying excellent burst and power to finish drives. He also has enough break away speed and elusiveness to give defenses fits, as he broke away for a 50 yard touchdown to seal the game for UCF. Harvey finished the game with 150 yards on 33 carries and a touchdown.

Sha'reff Rashad - The senior safety came up with two huge picks for UCF, returning the two interceptions for 77 combined yards. Rashad showed why he is one of the team's biggest playmakers tonight by also logging five stops, proving that he is more than just a finesse player.

Blake Clingan - He had two punts of 50-plus yards, a 41.9 yard average and two big runs for 21 yards.

Rob Calabrese - A few young mistakes, but on the day, Calabrese showed off a spectacular arm. His numbers (4-of-17) aren't impressive, but countless drops by receivers certainly didn't help. The freshman had one touchdown toss and had two other would-be scores dropped on the evening.

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