Pegasus and the UCF Knight

Pegasus and the UCF Knight

Tradition is in full force on game days at Bright House Networks Stadium. The UCF Marching Knights enter the stadium, followed by the cheerleaders, who lead fans through the War Chant. But, before the team arrives and the crowd starts jumping to “Zombie Nation,” there’s one more tradition to cheer, as Pegasus and the UCF […]

  • Share the Knight with President Hitt

    On Jan. 26, UCF Knights in Southwest Florida joined President John Hitt for a unique Share the Knight event. The university’s president answered questions about the much-anticipated UCF Downtown Campus, including which academic programs and services may be offered on the new campus, as well as the possibility of an upscale hotel on the UCF Main Campus, […]

  • Knights to Face NC State in Bitcoin St. Petersburg Bowl

    UCF has recently enjoyed memorable trips to Arizona and Ireland. For the 2014 postseason, fans will not have to travel far to support the Knights. UCF will take over the Bay Area once again for the 2014 Bitcoin St. Petersburg Bowl, where it will face NC State on Friday, Dec. 26, at 8 p.m. on […]

  • Knights Rank Among Nation's Top Bowl Teams in Classroom

    UCF’s football student-athletes graduate at one of the highest rates among the 76 teams competing in postseason bowl games this season. UCF has the eighth-highest overall Graduation Success Rate among all of the bowl teams, and the second-highest rate among teams from public universities, according to an annual report conducted by The Institute for Diversity […]


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    It looked like it was going to be a huge comeback for East Carolina Thursday night at Dowdy-Ficklen Stadium. But the Knights kept the faith. And the Pirates left just a little too much time as the Knights won their second straight American Athletic Conference title on a Hail Mary. Trailing 30-26 after giving up […]

  • Football Knights Shut Out USF 16-0

    The University of South Florida football program had never been shut out at home – until Friday. UCF (8-3, 6-1 AAC) held South Florida (4-8, 3-5) scoreless to pick up a 16-0 win at Raymond James Stadium. It was only the third time USF had been shut out in program history. The Knights entered Friday’s […]

  • Football: UCF 31, Tulsa 7

    The UCF football team locked up bowl eligibility for the third-straight year and remained in the hunt for the American Athletic Conference championship with its 31-7 win over Tulsa on Friday night in the program’s 50th game at Bright House Networks Stadium. Sophomore quarterback Justin Holman led his team to a season-best night of 506 […]

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