The Schedule in 2013
The Central Florida Knights are ready to take to the football field to do battle with some
of the best teams in the nation this season. The Knights are ready to take on any team that step into the field at Bright
House Networks Stadium, and there are plenty of quality opponents that will do just that in 2013. Fans are gearing up for
the biggest matchups of the season so they can pack the stands and cheer on the Knights in person as the team vies for a victory.
November 21st the Knights will host the Scarlet Knights from Rutgers in an American Athletic Conference clash that will be
a great one to see in person. The Knights will have their work cut out for them in this one, but they should have enough firepower
on offense to outscore a Rutgers team that certainly isn't lacking in the talent department. The Knights will have to play
disciplined football in this contest, but a victory should be within reach.
The Knights will wrap up their home games
this season with their final contest in Orlando on November 29th when they play host to the South Florida Bulls in all-Florida
matchup that should have much of the Sunshine State buzzing in anticipation. The Knights have a real shot at finishing out
the season on a high note, and if the stands are packed with their most loyal fans it should be a great way to close out their
home campaign in 2013.
The Central Florida Knights football program is a team that plays in Division
I of the NCAA ranks. 2013 is the first season that the Knights will be participating in the American Athletic Conference (AAC).
The Knights played in Conference USA as recently as last season, but have now moved on. The Knights finished their last season
in Conference USA with a bang, landing atop the standings at season's end with a 10-4 overall record and an outstanding 7-1
mark in conference play. The Knights are hoping to make their mark on their new conference immediately with yet another big
season, and they should have what it takes from a talent standpoint to make that happen. This team has high hopes for the
2013 season, and for good reason.
There is nothing better than seeing a sporting event
live and in person. Sports have been a part of cultures around the world for a very long time, and spectators have always
enjoyed watching athletes compete at the highest of levels. When you're there in the stands at a sporting event like this
one, you're treated to seeing some of the most talented athletes in the entire world going head to head with everything on
the line. There's nothing that compares to the atmosphere at a game, where you're surrounded by fans that are all there to
enjoy a great spectacle of sport.
Fans of college athletics bring an intensity to the table that is paralleled by very
few pro sports fans. There's something about the top level of amateur competition that really gets the crowd going. College
football fans carve out their entire Saturday to celebrate all that comes with the game. These diehards are up early and off
to the stadium parking lot for tailgating before the game. Once inside the stadium, they can be heard screaming their heads
off for their favorite team to come out on top. It's a real thrill to be in the stands when the star player takes it into
the end zone for the win.
When you head out for a big football game you're sure to experience all that comes with a
gridiron clash. The parking lot at the stadium will be filled with people gearing up for the big game, grilling up some grub
and sipping on a few beverages as well. It's all one big lead up to the main event, which is the game itself. It's all one
great experience that really takes an entire day to appreciate, and you can be a part of it all when you head to a game.
The American Athletic Conference (AAC) is one of the better football conferences in the nation
each and every season. The AAC features such programs as the Central Florida Knights, Cincinnati Bearcats, Connecticut Huskies,
Houston Cougars, Louisville Cardinals, Memphis Tigers, Rutgers Scarlet Knights, South Florida Bulls, Temple Owls and South
Methodist Mustangs. This conference is extremely competitive on an annual basis, and often boasts some of the most talented
players in the NCAA ranks.
When was the Central Florida Knights football program founded?
answer is 1979, making it one of the newer programs in the NCAA ranks. The Knights have found a lot of success despite their
relatively young stature in college football.