UCF Makes A Statement Against No. 19 Cincinnati, 38-13

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MI has an identical record with its only loss coming to the Notre Dame team sitting one spot ahead of it. Georgia has amassed a 9-1 record in the media-friendly SEC.

"I love making plays and help my team win", the junior said with a smile.

"It's been a long time coming, a game of this magnitude", Milton said of the big matchup.

For weeks, people have been asking what's wrong with UCF's defense - especially after the Knights gave up almost 700 yards against Temple a few weeks ago. This game won't be played in South Bend, thanks to an Irish scheduling job, so the game will be played at Yankee Stadium.

The Bearcats moved the ball better than the lopsided result suggests, finishing with 252 yards rushing. He has completed 63.9 percent of his passes in eight starts, throwing for 1,897 yards and 15 TDs with five interceptions. And for only the second time this season, he failed to score a touchdown. The Knights also managed to amass more than 400 yards of total offense for the 10th straight game this season. They were beaten soundly Saturday night.

Cincinnati needs to dramatically scale back on the number of penalties they have averaged in 2018 if they hope to take down UCF on the road this weekend.

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Despite the struggles on the ground, UCF managed to score at least 30 points for the 23rd consecutive game. We've got great players on the field.

"There's a lot of energy and in that stadium, tonight and I'm very thankful for Knight Nation, a sold-out crowd".

UCF certainly made its case once again, winning its 23rd straight game while clinching the American Athletic Conference East division and home-field advantage in the conference championship game December 1.

The top of the new College Football Playoff top 25 rankings that were released Tuesday night remained the same after there were no upsets in the top 10 over the weekend.

Notre Dame remained No. 3, with MI and Georgia rounding out the top five.

Once again, Heupel defended the quality of the conference, adding that Cincinnati is a "really good" team that could go into any league and play "championship-caliber football".

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