Sometimes it takes one play to turn a quarterback into a leader. Such was the case with Pete DiNovo when he was at East Lake High School. On one play in his first spring football game, DiNovo took off for
The Insiders preview the upcoming Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Florida State Seminoles, and UCF Women Soccer Seasons ahead.
Here’s a peek behind the curtain: I admit that, when I planned this series of articles previewing the UCF football team a few weeks ago, I really did have this question about George O’Leary in mind as the last
Tuck and O’Neill talks to BHSN and Knights247.com’s Ryan Bass about the UCF Knights new starting Quarterback Pete DiNovo. Why you should listen: Tuck and O’Neill talked to Ryan Bass of BHSN and Knights247.com about Pete DiNovo winning the Quarterback
UCF has established itself as an solid all-around athletic program over the past decade, and with 2014 around the corner, it’s not just football who deserves attention. Over the next three weeks, we will preview the big fall sports
Power Hour Interview: Jeff Sharon The Power Hour crew was able to chat with Sports Talk Florida UCF insider Jeff Sharon about the upcoming college football season and who will replace Blake Bortles at the University of Central Florida.
With all of the questions surrounding the UCF offense in the wake of losing its quarterback and top rusher from last season, perhaps the biggest question stems from three more losses: The three seniors on the offensive line. So our next
UCF head football coach George O’Leary announced that redshirt freshman Pete DiNovo is the Knights’ starting quarterback. DiNovo beat out last season’s number two QB on the depth chart, redshirt sophomore Justin Holman, as well as Boise State transfer and
UCF Head Football Coach George O’Leary is denying a report by Bruce Feldman of FOX Sports that he is considering stepping down from his post this year, according to the Orlando Sentinel. The FOX report, posted Saturday night, claims that O’Leary, 67,
When the news broke yesterday about the so-called “Power Five” conferences receiving limited autonomy to make their own rules, the overreaction from fans was predictable: As a UCF alum, today's NCAA decision to give power 5 the power they did