Weekend Practice Recap

UCF continued its overall team growth this weekend, as the Knights had their bright spots on both offense and defense during Saturday's scrimmage.
August 23, 2009

Classic Concentration for UCF Wideouts

There's been a string of coughs, sniffles and all kinds of other sinus problems going around UCF for the past month or so. Yes the drastic weather change has caused students all around campus to come down with acute coryza, and while everyone is hoping they don't get sick, there are some player's on the football team that are hoping to catch more than just a cold.
March 9, 2009

Bernstein Blog: Herded and Rounded Up

The Knights 30-14 victory at Marshall was hardly a thing of beauty for the football purist. There were five combined turnovers, 16 combined penalties, numerous dropped passes and snaps, and we even saw a first period in which both teams combined for no passing yards. That must be some kind of record.
November 17, 2008

UCF Game Balls vs Tulsa

After a promising start against the nationally ranked Tulsa Golden Hurricane, UCF stumbled in the second half, falling 49-19. The loss will leave a bad taste in the mouths of UCF coaches, fans and players, but there were some performances that the team can build on.
October 27, 2008

UCF Game Balls: Week 3 vs Boston College

After a strong first half in which UCF led 7-3, the Knights collapsed in the second part of the game at Alumni Stadium, as they fell to Boston College 34-7. Despite the lopsided loss, UCF had some bright spots on an otherwise bleak Saturday afternoon.
September 20, 2008

InsideKnights WR/TE Preview

InsideKnights will be analyzing each position on the UCF football team and next up is wide receiver and tight end.
August 27, 2008

Watters Sets Demon Deacon Official

In early December, Brian Watters scheduled his first two official visits - North Carolina (taken on December 9th) and Ball State (January 13th). Recently, the 6-foot-1, 185-pounder scheduled his third official visit on January 6th with Wake Forest.
December 12, 2005