Nov. 14, 2004
UCF Game Notes
UCF at Ball State
November 13, 2004
Ball State Stadium
Game captains for UCF were senior tailback Alex Haynes and senior wide receiver Luther Huggins.
UCF's defense held Ball State to three plays and a punt on the Cardinals' first drive of the game. The three and out start for the UCF defense marked the third consecutive game UCF has earned a three and out stand to start the game.
UCF held a 95-8 advantage in rushing yards after one quarter of play. The Golden Knights limited the Cardinals to eight yards on seven carries.
Senior tailback Alex Haynes rushed for 140 yards to become UCF's all-time leading rusher. The Orlando native moved past Willie English for the top spot in school history. Haynes broke the record on a four-yard gain in the first quarter for a UCF first down.
Haynes rushed for his 15th career 100-yard rushing game with 107 yards in the first half. Haynes now shares the UCF record for career 100-yard games with Willie English. The 140 yards rushing on the night were a season-high for Haynes.
Haynes' 26-yard rush was the longest by Haynes in 2004. The run came on UCF's first scoring drive of the game.
Redshirt freshman cornerback Travis Holmes made his first career start for the Golden Knights. Holmes replaced sophomore cornerback Travonti Johnson in the starting lineup. Johnson missed the game with a knee injury.
Holmes made an immediate impact, recording his first career interception at the UCF 11-yard line.
Sophomore quarterback Steven Moffett scored his third career rushing touchdown in the first quarter to give the Knights a 7-0 lead. The 7-0 advantage marked UCF's largest lead of the season.
Junior linebacker James Cook tallied his second sack of the season (second career sack) in the second quarter.
Junior kicker Matt Prater nailed a 42-yard field goal in the third quarter to move into sole possession of fourth place in school history with 33 career made field goals.
Junior tight end Darcy Johnson tied a career-high with six receptions for 53 yards.