VIDEO SPECIAL: UCF Football Presents ‘Rise and Conquer’ Series, Episode 2

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ABOVE VIDEO: Episode 2- Learn more about new defensive coordinator Erik Chinander, who he and his wife recently had their second daughter. Also, find out how the Knights’ are keeping up with the fast pace of the new offense and defense. (Chip FontanazzaUCF Video Services Video)

ORLANDO, FLORIDA (UCFKnights) – UCF Knights have released the second episode of its in-depth Rise and Conquer series – an up-close look at the UCF football program under first-year head coach Scott Frost.

View the latest installment of Rise and Conquer with the video above. If you missed the series debut, clink on the below link.

Rise and Conquer: Episode 1

Episode 2 features defensive coordinator Erik Chinander and the crazy spring he has already experienced, as well as how much he has influenced the Knights so far. Coach Frost also discusses how practices are materializing and how much the student-athletes are enjoying spring ball.

Defensive Coordinator Erik Chinander in Rise and Conquer’s Second Episode:
“What if this was the last day you ever had to play football? What if this was the last play you ever had to play football? Can you fight through this thing for one more period? Can we fight for 10 more plays? Can you play as hard as you can one play at a time for four plays in a row? Can you do it?”

New episodes will be released throughout UCF Spring Camp. Make sure to follow the Knights on social media for even more multimedia footage.

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