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Sunday, November 8, 2009

Knights Fall to #2 Texas with Eye on Houston

Filed under: UCF Sports — Dr. Christopher Blackwell @ 20:32

Caption:   	 UCF quarterback Rob Calabrese drags Texas linebacker Sergio Kindle during a first-down scramble during the UCF at Texas NCAA football game at Texas Memorial Stadium in Austin, Texas, on Saturday.

The UCF Knights (5-4; 3-2 C-USA), playing under the gun of their second string quarterback Rob Calabrese and without lead running back Brynn Harvey, fell to the #2 Texas Long Horns (9-0; 5-0 Big 12) on Saturday. Although UCF scored first, their 3 points were followed by 35 unanswered Texas points. UCF struggled offensively while Texas put together quick passing plays which racked-up the points. The official reason for not starting QB Brett Hodges and RB Brynn Harvey was bruised ribs and a strained ankle, respectively. UCF now moves back into Conference USA action, playing three remaining C-USA teams starting Saturday with #13 Houston. Kickoff is set for Noon and the game will be nationally-televised on CBS.  The College of Nursing and Health & Public Affairs Tailgate Party will be in Memorial Mall, right next to the Fairwinds Alumni Center. The time is TBD. GO KNIGHTS!!! BEAT HOUSTON!!!

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