Post Game Notes - UCF at Miami (Ohio)



Oct. 27, 2004

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UCF Game Notes UCF at Miami October 23, 2004 Yager Stadium Oxford, Ohio

UCF dropped to 0-7 overall and 0-4 in the MAC with a 43-7 loss at Miami Saturday evening in Oxford, Ohio. The Golden Knights are 1-2 all-time vs. Miami and 1-1 vs. the RedHawks in Oxford.

Game captains for UCF were senior linebacker Stanford Rhule and senior wide receiver Luther Huggins.

Senior middle linebacker Gerren Bray made his first start of the season for the Golden Knights. The last time Bray started was in the 2003 season finale vs. Miami.

UCF and Miami were tied 0-0 after one quarter. The last time UCF held a team scoreless in the first quarter was Sept. 18, 2004 at Penn State.

Sophomore quarterback Steven Moffett scored his second career rushing touchdown with a 31-yard touchdown run in the third quarter.

Sophomore wide receiver Brooks Turner recovered his first career fumble on a Miami punt return in the third quarter to set up UCF's first scoring drive of the night.

Redshirt freshman strong safety Renford Parkes recorded his first career interception in the third quarter. Parkes had a would-be interception in the first half, but it was negated by a UCF penalty.

Luther Huggins had a season-long 49-yard kickoff return.

Junior free safety Brandon Marshall recorded his first career interception in the fourth quarter. Marshall also totaled a career-high 11 tackles.

Sophomore tailback Dontavius Wilcox totaled a career-high 19 carries for 49 yards.

Sophomore wide receiver Mike Walker tallied his first reception of the season with a 17-yard catch in the fourth quarter. Walker played the first six games of the year at cornerback.

UCF surrendered its second safety of the season when Steven Moffett was called for intentional grounding in the end zone. The last time UCF allowed a safety was Sept. 18, 2004 at Penn State.

UCF travels to Marshall next Saturday for a 2:30 p.m. contest vs. the Thundering Herd. Marshall defeated Buffalo 48-14 today in Huntington, W.Va.



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