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When Central Florida coach Scott Frost looks back at his team’s comeback win at Connecticut last year, he remembers a stepping stone for his program.
In wet, nasty conditions, the Knights fell behind 13-0, before the weather cleared up and quarterback McKenzie Milton got hot. Milton rallied UCF with a pair of touchdown passes, and the Knights’ defense shut out Connecticut in the second half of a program-building conference win.
“That was a big win for us last year,” Frost told reporters this week about UCF’s 24-16 win over the Huskies.
“I was worried about that one the whole time. It was cold and rainy. In warmups, it just started down-pouring. I remember thinking we couldn’t complete a pass on air in warmups. We got behind and miraculously the weather cleared, and the sun came out, and we threw the ball pretty well. That was a good day for our program.”
Things are pretty good for Frost and the Knights these days, too, as they prepare to host Connecticut on Saturday in an American Athletic Conference tilt in Orlando, Fla.
No. 18 UCF (8-0, 5-0 AAC) is one of five undefeated teams in the nation. The Knights are 8-0 for the first time in program history and lead the nation in scoring, averaging 48.5 points per game. Last week’s seven-point win over SMU was the first game this season in which they didn’t win by a double-digit margin.
The Knights are in the driver’s seat to represent the Group of Five conferences in a New Year’s Day bowl.
Connecticut (3-6, 2-4 AAC) has been inconsistent in coach Randy Edsall’s first season back on the sidelines for the Huskies. Edsall spent 11 seasons in his first stint with Connecticut, overseeing the Huskies’ transition from the FCS to the FBS. He left for Maryland in 2011, before returning to Connecticut this year.