UCF Takes On NC State Tonight At 8 p.m. On ESPN

By  //  December 26, 2014

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2014 season highlight video

ABOVE VIDEO: UCF Football 2014 Season Highlights. The Knights posted a 9-3 regular season record.

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (UCFKnights.com) – UCF’s third bowl game at Tropicana Field is tonight at 8 p.m. with the Knights doing battle against NC State in the Bitcoin St. Petersburg Bowl. You can catch the game on TV on ESPN.

After losing their first two games of the season against Penn State and Missouri, the Knights won nine of their final 10 games.

UCF Sophomore quarterback Justin Holman struggled early but emerged as one of the American Conference’s best, completing 59 percent of his passes for 2,661 yards and 20 touchdowns.

The NC State Wolfpack started 4-0 but lost their next three games and closed the 2014 regular season with wins over Wake Forest and North Carolina.

Before diving into the big game, make sure to watch the 2014 season highlight video above, which debuted Wednesday night during the UCF Team Awards Banquet.

Covering the Knights in St. Pete
– Video: #TakeoverTampaBay Episode 6 – Almost Gameday
– Video: #TakeoverTampaBay Episode 5 – Team Banquet Recap
– Video: ‘Twas the Knight Before Christmas
– Video: #TakeoverTampaBay Episode 4 – First Practice at Tropicana Field
– Video: #TakeoverTampaBay Episode 3 – Player Cruise
– Video: #TakeoverTampaBay Episode 2 – We’re Back
– Video: #TakeoverTampaBay Episode 1 – UCF Ready for St. Pete
– Photo Gallery

Friday, Dec. 26
– Fans will get to enjoy the bowl’s Tailgate Extravaganza outside Tropicana Field.
– UCF’s official alumni tailgate at Ferg’s is sold out.
– The Knights are 9-3 on the year and are searching for its third straight 10-win season, and its fourth in the last five years.
– UCF has a three-game bowl winning streak entering Friday.
– Coming into the game, UCF is riding a 25-game winning streak in contests starting at 3 p.m. or later, and it has won 14 straight non-Saturday games.


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