In lead up to the season, UCF Knights are previewing the 2019 squad with a position-by-position breakdown in the coming days.
The Carl Black and Gold Cabana has been one of the best spots to watch the UCF Knights since its inception in 2015.
UCF head football coach and former University of Oklahoma All-America quarterback Josh Heupel is one of the headliners on the 2020 National Football Foundation’s College Football Hall of Fame Football Bowl Subdivision (formerly NCAA Division I-A) ballot announced earlier this week.
Kickoff times and television plans for five UCF 2019 football games—including the Knights’ first three contests of the season–became official.
UCF Knights announced one of their four locations for the ChargeOn Tour in May includes a stop in Port Canaveral on May 8.
The 2019 UCF Spring Game presented by DEX Imaging is almost here. On April 13 at 2:30 p.m. Knight Nation can get a glimpse of the 2019 team inside Spectrum Stadium.
The UCF football team, coming off of back-to-back perfect regular seasons, has announced its complete schedule for 2019, which includes six home games at Spectrum Stadium.
The 2018 season comes down to one game for the UCF football team. Playing in their third New Year’s Six Bowl, the No. 7/7 Knights will take on No. 11/11 LSU on Tuesday afternoon in the PlayStation Fiesta Bowl at State Farm Stadium.
UCF head football coach Josh Heupel has signed a contract extension. Heupel’s new deal with the Knights is through January 15, 2024.
The Football Writers Association of America, in conjunction with the Allstate Sugar Bowl, announced eight finalists for the 2018 Eddie Robinson Coach of the Year Award on Wednesday, including UCF’s Josh Heupel.
The UCF football team won the War On I-4 vs. South Florida Friday evening at Raymond James Stadium, but lost their quarterback.
The eyes of the college football world will be on Spectrum Stadium on Saturday night when the No. 11/11 UCF football team squares off with No. 19/20 Cincinnati.
This Saturday may be the biggest day for college football ever at UCF.
UCF extended the nation’s longest winning streak to 22 games with a 35-24 victory over Navy on Saturday.
After a much-needed bye week, the No. 12 UCF football team returns to Spectrum Stadium to open a three-game homestand, starting with Temple on Thursday night.
The UCF defense pitched a shutout in the second half, the offense managed a pair of second-half touchdowns in a driving rain and the Knights held on for a 31-30 road victory to extend the nation’s longest winning streak to 19 games.
After four straight home games, the No. 9/10 UCF football team will open up a two-game road swing this Saturday at Memphis.
When the national polls came out on Sunday, the Knights had jumped to all the way to ninth in the Amway Coaches Poll.
The UCF football team remained undefeated Saturday night, defeating SMU 48-20 at Spectrum Stadium.
Following Thursday’s practice, UCF head coach Josh Heupel met with the media for the final time before the Knights take on SMU Saturday, 7 p.m. at Spectrum Stadium.