2018 UCF Knights Football Season Preview

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Information compiled and written by Nathan Wertheimer

The 2018 college football season is about to begin. Can the UCF Knights try to repeat their undefeated season again? Only time will tell. This year will mark a unique football season where UCF is the hottest team in American to watch. Rain, Shine, or cold, this game is played in all weather conditions. Bring your family and friends to one of the games. Embrace your home town team.

Now is your chance to be part of the action and join in on the fun. There is a limited amount of regular season tickets available. Tickets prices range from $36 – $154 per ticket for a single game. Some season tickets are available. For more information on tickets please visit www.ucfknights.com/ViewArticle.dbml?DB_OEM_ID=34100&ATCLID=211766402

Here is the UCF Knights football games home schedule:

Sat, Sep 8 – UCF vs South Carolina State, at 6pm

Fri, Sep 21 – UCF vs Florida Atlantic, at 7pm

Sat, Sep 29 – UCF vs Pittsburgh, at TBA

Sat, Oct 6 – UCF vs SMU, at TBA

Thu, Nov 1 – UCF vs Temple, 7:30pm

Sat, Nov 10 – UCF vs Navy, TBA

Sat, Nov 17 – UCF vs Cincinnati

Note: All homes games are played at Spectrum Stadium on the campus of UCF. Some game times have not been finalized yet.

Before coming to any game, make sure your wearing your UCF clothing and appeal. If you forget to wear your UCF Knights colors then stop by a souvenir stand to be in the right colors. There are some retail stores around UCF that also sell Knight merchandise too.

It is a quick drive from Downtown Orlando to UCF in East Orlando. Check your GPS for the best route there. For closest parking to Spectrum Stadium is the outside lot. There is some limited free parking by the Visitor Center area. Traffic maybe heavy about one hour before game time and at the end of the game. Law Enforcement will be directing traffic in the area. For more information on travel and parking please visit sucfknights.com/ViewArticle.dbml?&DB_OEM_ID=34100&ATCLID=211736315

Before each game there will be tailgating and pre-game party going on. It is advised to arrive early to the football game for the best parking spaces available. Tailgating with grills are only permitted outside lots.

When arriving at Spectrum Stadium there is a security checkpoint to enter for each game. Everyone must go through a metal detector. All bags will be searched. Some items are not permitted inside the stadium.

The sights and sounds of a regular season UCF football game will keep one entertained. With former Head Coach Scott Frost gone, there is a Josh Heupel has taken over the new Head Football Coach for UCF. This year’s UCF team is noted for besting one of the best teams in the State of Florida. Even the rest of the country is taking notice too. Look for Quarterback McKenzie Milton to have another great up coming season.

Here are some of the UCF Knights football players to watch for during the game. They are Kevin Smith, Trysten Hill, Otis Anderson, and much more. Some of these football players may make it to the NFL.

Many people are excited about the up in coming season. Come support the UCF Knights. For more information on the UCF Football program please visit ucfknights.com/SportSelect.dbml?DB_LANG=C&DB_OEM_ID=34100&SPID=181613&SPSID= .

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