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
The city of Orlando wants in on more NCAA action, so they plan to do something about it. According to Brighthouse Sports Network, the Central Florida Sports Commission, along with UCF, Stetson, and the City of Orlando, all have
Well, we know he can do this: While Storm Johnson ran his way to an early exit for the NFL, the 6-1, 225-pound Stanback was a revelation in his true freshman season. The Long Island native turned heads nationally with
While UCF’s offense made big headlines leading to their Fiesta Bowl victory over Baylor, the unsung heroes of the Knights’ 12-1 campaign were on the other side of the ball. While the numbers were good but not spectacular, UCF’s
UCF Football Head Coach George O'Leary previews the 2014 season with Tuck and O'Neill.
UCF’s greatest season in its football history was not enough to earn it a spot in the preseason top 25 of the preseason Amway Coaches’ Poll on Thursday. The same day they began fall practice for the 2014 season, the Knights
AAC Commissioner Mike Aresco talks to Tuck and O'Neill about some of the main issues in the NCAA.
UCF sophomore William Stanback was selected as a candidate for the 2014 Doak Walker Award, the PwC SMU Athletic Forum announced Thursday. The award is presented annually to the nation’s top college running back. Stanback was one of just
Who cares if its too soon to predict who will face off in the big bowl game matchups? We’re excited for football season and we assume you are too. Here’s a look at the big bowl games of the
The UCF Knights picked up their fifth commitment for the 2015 season on Tuesday, landing three-star linebacker Neal Nelson of Timber Creek High School in Sicklerville, N.J. Nelson was in Orlando this weekend for his official visit to UCF