Milton-less Knights Win 20th In a Row Winning 37-10

Well… we got a surprise at the start of the game.
McKenzie Milton was out after being banged up in the last two games.
Let’s just say new starter Darriel Mack wasn’t looking great in the first quarter.
UCF couldn’t get moving and it seemed like every three plays they were punting the ball.
UCF got down 3-0 early, but Mack finally put together a good drive that ended in a UCF field goal.
After an ECU interception, the UCF offense went back down the field and kicked another field goal to go up 6-3.
After another ECU punt, UCF broke out a trick play to get the offense going. Mack threw it backward to Quadry Jones who then threw it to Killins for a huge touchdown.
The Pirates would turn it over again on a fumble forced by Pat Jasinski.
Mack would call his own number and run it in from seven yards out.
UCF would take that 20-3 lead into the locker room at halftime.
ECU opened the scoring in the first half with a 29-yard touchdown pass, it felt like they’d come back and make this a game.
UCF answered with a Matty Ice field goal.
The next ECU drive, the Pirates moved down the field and then they fumbled at the UCF one-yard line, it was scooped up by Nate Evans and then he took it to the house.
The next UCF drive was capped off with a Greg McCrae 74 yard touchdown run.
That would be the final score as the Knights moved to 20-0 in their last 20 games.
 

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