Wide receiver Breshad Perriman ran a blazingly-fast 40 at his UCF Pro Day Wednesday, with NFL scouts clocking him in the 4.20s
UCF’s 2015 defense of their back-to-back American Athletic Conference titles began today, with the opening of Spring Practice on campus. This year poses even more questions than last year did, with entire units on both sides of the ball
Brandon Helwig On UCF Football’s Shoes To Fill Brandon Helwig of UCFSports.com joined Mike and Jerry to talk about UCF Football beginning Spring practice and the shoes that are left to fill after last year’s personnel losses. We knew
The American Athletic Conference released the 2015 football schedule for all of its teams, UCF included. The Knights’ schedule includes two non-conference home games against non-Power Five opponents, with two road games against Power Five teams: Listen to Jeff Sharon
Terrance Plummer Talks His Time At UCF And His Entrance Into The NFL Today UCF linebacker Terrance Plummer is with Mike and Jerry to talk about his time as a Knight and his preparation for the 2015 NFL Draft.
One of the ongoing issues of public debate regarding UCF Football’s recruiting is the relative dearth of kids from Central Florida who choose to stay home and play for the Knights. While some of UCF’s best players in school
Now that the dust has settled on National Signing Day, UCF can now get to work on replacing the immense talent lost at the end of the 2014 season. There were a couple of pleasant surprises, but overall, 2015
UCF’s George O’Leary On Their Old Talent Bringing In The New Talent UCF head football coach George O’Leary joined Mike and Jerry today to give his update on UCF’s haul on National Signing Day and expectations for this offseason.
It’s National Signing Day again, and this year looks to be one where the Knights reload, rather than rebuild. After a season of huge losses due to graduation and the NFL, George O’Leary’s staff has worked overtime to plug
UCF’s new East Side Club at Bright House Networks Stadium has been the topic of considerable conversation since the plan was unveiled last week. The Board of Trustees has unanimously approved $2.6 million to begin construction of the 10,000 square