Sept. 27, 2012
UCF Athletics Social Media Directory
By Hamish Reed
ORLANDO, Fla. (UCFAthletics.com) - UCF football fans will be given an ample number of opportunities to meet and interact with head football coach George O' Leary this week leading up to the Missouri game. O'Leary will continue to take part in his weekly radio show at Buffalo Wild Wings on Thursday which is located a mile west off campus on University Blvd. Also, "Lunch with George" will take place Friday at noon in the recruiting lounge at Bright House Networks Stadium.
The George O' Leary Radio Show will be hosted by the "Voice of the Knights," Marc Daniels, and can be heard in Orlando on WYGM 740AM The Game, the flagship station of the UCF IMG Sports Network.
During the radio show, fans will get to hear O' Leary talk about what the team learned during the bye week, how the season is going so far and a preview of the upcoming game this week against Missouri. To call in and ask questions, fans can dial (407) 916-8255 or toll free at (800) 729-8255. Buffalo Wild Wings provides various wings and drink specials to supporters that come to the radio show as well as special prizes to the audience members.
The first 100 fans that show up for "Lunch with George" on Friday at Bright House Networks Stadium will receive a free Chick-Fil-A sandwich along with a complimentary Coke product. Those who come will get to ask O' Leary more about the upcoming game against Missouri. It will be the first home contest against an SEC opponent in UCF history.
The Knights are currently 2-1 after previously defeating FIU, 33-20, on Sept. 15. UCF was 5-1 last season at Bright House Network Stadium.
UCF football season tickets are currently available for as low as $140, while single-game tickets and flex plans are also on sale. For more information and to place an order, call the UCF Ticket Office at (407) UCF-1000 or visit UCFAthletics.com. Attending a UCF football game is a great way to celebrate birthdays, corporate outings or any special occasion. Please ask about group packages today.