Feb. 20, 2008
The Knights scored a season-high 110 points in the victory, marking the first time the team scored 110-plus points in a game since the 1991 squad recorded 113 versus Long Island. It was the second time UCF has surpassed the 100-point mark in conference play this season (109 versus UTEP).
The 110 points were the fourth-most scored all-time in a Conference USA regular season game. The Knights now have the fourth and fifth-highest scoring performances in league history.
The 60 points scored by UCF in the second half were the most put up by the team in any 20-minute stanza this season.
UCF improved to 9-0 all-time against the Pirates.
With back-to-back 3-pointers in the first three minutes of the game, Mike O'Donnell moved into second place on UCF's career 3-pointers made list. O'Donnell connected on six treys in the game, bringing his career total to 185. Five of his triples came in the first half when he scored 17 of his 22 points.
It was the fourth time this season that O'Donnell made six 3-pointers in a game. He moved into fourth on the UCF career charts in 3-pointers attempted as well, increasing his tally to 469.
O'Donnell broke the 900-point plateau for his career with his first 3-pointer of the game. He had 72 points as a freshman at NC State and has now scored 848 in his UCF career.
Six different Knights connected on 3-pointers as UCF made 15 for the game. The 15 triples were one shy of the school record set in 2004 versus Campbell.
Mike Battle finished with a season-high 10 points.
Jermaine Taylor led the Knights with 23 points. It marked the 18th time this season that he totaled over 20 points in a contest.
UCF's bench accounted for 40 points, the second-most scored by the Knights' reserves this season.