UCF head football coach Josh Heupel has signed a contract extension. Heupel’s new deal with the Knights is through January 15, 2024.
Adonis Davis, Romell Guerrier and J.T. Hassell have been named to the Division II Conference Commissioner’s Association (D2CCA) All-Region 2 First Team.
UCF Knights won the AAC Championship after defeating Memphis 56-41 Saturday night.
The No. 7/7 UCF football team will go for its second straight American Athletic Conference Championship on Saturday afternoon at Spectrum Stadium against Memphis.
With Milton out for the season, UCF will look to capture back-to-back AAC Championships Saturday afternoon at Spectrum Stadium when they host Memphis in a rematch of last year’s thrilling 62-55 double-overtime Knights win for the AAC Championship.
On behalf of our son, McKenzie Milton, and our family, we want to thank the doctors and nurses at Tampa General Hospital and the University of South Florida and UCF medical staff and athletic trainers for their teamwork and prompt attention to McKenzie’s injuries.
Former Cocoa Tiger standout and Florida Gator defensive back Chauncey Gardner-Johnson is foregoing his senior season in Gainesville and announced via Twitter on Monday afternoon that he is declaring for the NFL draft in April.
The family of star UCF quarterback McKenzie Milton released a statement Saturday night following UCF star quarterbacks McKenzie Milton’s gruesome injury on Friday.
The Gators used explosive plays on offense, crucial Florida State penalties and a mostly lockdown defensive performance to defeat the Seminoles 41-14 on Saturday at Doak Campbell Stadium.
The UCF football team won the War On I-4 vs. South Florida Friday evening at Raymond James Stadium, but lost their quarterback.
The College Football Playoff Committee released their week 4 rankings Tuesday night and moved the UCF Knights up two spots from last week to No. 9.
The UCF football team is set to close out the regular season this weekend, when the No. 8/9 Knights travel west to take on South Florida on Black Friday.
On perhaps the biggest single day in the history of the UCF Football program, the Knights’ first offensive play was a strip sack of McKenzie Milton for a Cincinnati touchdown. Trailing 6-0, the Knights’ next possession ended in a punt that was downed at their own 35-yard line. But the defense stood tall and forced a field goal attempt that was missed.
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.
UCF extended the nation’s longest winning streak to 22 games with a 35-24 victory over Navy on Saturday.
After 10 weeks of action on the field, the College Football Playoff released its latest Top 25 poll on Tuesday night, giving Florida Citrus Sports its best chance yet to project which teams could be visiting Orlando and Camping World Stadium for the Camping World Bowl on Dec. 28 and the Citrus Bowl on Jan. 1.
UCF received no love from the College Football Playoff Committee after the Knights defeated Temple 52-40 last week.
Following a 52-40 win over Temple last week, the UCF Knights dropped two spots to No. 11 in the AP and Coaches polls.
Quarterback Drew Lock passed for 250 yards and three touchdowns, part of a Tigers’ offensive onslaught that put up 473 total yards on a dumbfounded UF defense in a 38-17 homecoming loss Saturday at Spurrier/Florida Field.
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.