ET at Spectrum Stadium. Scoring has dipped the last three games for the Knights, a trend Connecticut would like to contribute towards. UCF had victory within their grasp but couldn't quite capture it last week as the team lost to Pittsburgh.
WR Gabriel Davis put forth a good effort for the losing side as he caught ten passes for yards and two touchdowns.
That receiving effort made it the first game that Davis has caught for more than yards. The Huskies played a contest they are hoping to forget as they lost a blowout to Indiana.
The Huskies were down by at the end of the third quarter, which was just too much to recover from. With both teams hitting sour notes in their previous games, they will no doubt be looking to produce a better outcome in this one.
A pair of offensive stats to keep in the back of your head while watching: The Knights enter the game with 24 overall touchdowns, good for sixth best in the nation. Less enviably, the Huskies are still looking to earn their first passing touchdown.
So the cards are definitely stacked against Connecticut.
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