ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) New quarterback, same results for No. UCF 17, which continues to state its case for inclusion in the discussion about elite teams in college football by lighting up the scoreboard and winning.
"I think since we've been here, we've been a part of the noise," coach Josh Heupel said Saturday after the Knights dominated Stanford 45-27 for their 28th win in 29 games.
"I think people that watch us play, know that we play championship caliber football," the second-year coach added. "We'll hold our own every single week. They're probably the most competitive group of kids that I've ever been around. They knew this was big."