Central Florida Knights Basketball Schedule
The first year of the AAC was an easy one for the Central Florida Knights,
as they finished with a 4-14 conference record and a 13-18 overall record, but there have been some highlights including wins
at Miami and at South Florida. If nothing else, the Knights earned some bragging rights in their home state and provided hope
for the future. Additionally, UCF has a strong core of returning players this season so every positive play of last season
can serve as a building block and every mistake can be a lesson learned as they look to improve their AAC record this year.
Returning stars Kasey Wilson and Matt Williams will be big time contributors this season as the Knights turn things around.
again the Central Florida Knights will have their hands full as they take on many of the best teams in the country at CFE
Arena. The Knights have home games against the Georgia College Bobcats, the Stetson Hatters, the Eckerd Tritons, the South
Carolina Upstate Spartans, the Davidson Wildcats, the Bethune Cookman Wildcats, the Georgia Southern Eagles, the Florida Atlantic
Owls, the Detroit Mercy Titans, and the Southeastern Louisiana Lions before the AAC season begins. Once American Athletic
Conference play gets underway the Knights will have home games against the Tulsa Golden Hurricanes, the SMU Mustangs, the
Tulane Green Wave, the Cincinnati Bearcats, the Temple Owls, the South Florida Bulls, the Houston Cougars, the Memphis Tigers,
and the East Carolina Pirates.
The Central Florida Knights always sport a team completely filled
with athletes who can light up the scoreboard in an instant, which gives fans more than enough to root for as they look to
come out on to of the Conference USA standings. When the Knights are looking to secure a big win by pulling down huge rebounds,
offering up stifling defense, or hitting big time threes, you will wish you had made your way out to the game. NCAA basketball
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Central Florida Knights Basketball Conference
The Central Florida Knights play in the American
Athletic Conference which, like many other college athletic conferences, has gone under a lot of changes in recent years.
However, the American Conference has only benefited from the realignment with the addition of former Big East powerhouses
like the University of Connecticut, Louisville, Temple, and Rutgers. In addition to those schools, there are seven other members
of the conference: Houston, Memphis, South Florida, Central Florida, Cincinnati, and Southern Methodist. Currently four of
the colleges playing in the American Athletic Conference have won a National Championship: Connecticut, Louisville, Temple,
and Cincinnati. Both Louisville and Connecticut have each won three championships while Cincinnati has won two. The new American
Athletic Conference is shaping up to be one of the most competitive in all of college basketball and any team making it through
the tough regular season schedule with a record good enough to be selected for the NCAA Tournament should be able to make
some serious noise in March.
Precious seconds are ticking away and the Central Florida
Knights are locked in battle with a bitter rival in a back and forth competition. You could be watching the game at home reclining
in your chair, or you could be jumping out of your seat at UCF Arena caught up in the energy and enthusiasm of thousands of
other Knights fans. It is an easy choice to make, so forget your flatscreen and get out to an unbelievable matchup full of
with gifted players who can offer an endless supply of amazing plays. Once you have been in the stands with your fellow fans,
it will be hard to return to watching at home.
UCF Arena is constantly packed with dedicated
fans who know how to give the Knights their support, and this is not something that adequately translates to your television
set. The talent laden Knights are looking to put on quite a show in Conference USA this season and you will want to be there
from the start as they aim to hoist another championship banner to the rafters of UCF Arena at the end of the season. Whenever
the UCF Knights are locked in an intense battle with a challenging opponent, the stands are bound to have an electricity that
is palpable. College basketball is one of those sports that you have to see in person to really understand the rabid fans,
which means it is always a great time to put down the remote and head to the arena for a game that you will be discussing
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