After trying to fight for his right to vlog behind closed doors, UCF kicker Donald De La Haye took his clash with the NCAA public in June, blasting the governing body of college athletics for threatening to revoke his eligibility if he continued to create and post sports videos to his personal YouTube page. Today, the…
The NCAA reportedly nixed the YouTube channel of UCF’s kickoff specialist, Donald De La Haye, after discovering that some of De La Haye’s videos contained content of him displaying his day-to-day life as a UCF athlete.
UCF may not be holding down their spot as the No. 1 team in the Deadspin 25 as they did in with their beautifully imperfect 2015 campaign, but Shaquem Griffin, the Knights’ Guy to Know, is having himself one hell of a year.
UCF claimed a share of the AAC championship despite blowing a 26-9 fourth-quarter lead when Breshad Perriman hauled in a 51-yard hail mary to give the Knights a 32-30 victory over ECU.
It's not easy to send a red-faced fellow named O'Leary home from Ireland unhappy. A last-second Penn State field goal did the trick this morning, though.
J.J. Worton hauled in this pass with a minute left to tie things up with Temple in what might be the best catch of the season.
I hope someone sends these photos to FIU to show them that not every Florida novelty court has to be disgusting.
Identical twin brothers Shaquem and Shaquill Griffin committed to UCF today, but the two DBs—Shaquem's a safety, Shaquill's a cornerback—were on the field for one final high school game last night. The International Bowl, pitting American prep stars against the world's best, saw Shaquem dive for this interception,…
It was so brief, we weren't sure we had seen it correctly, but reader Todd sent in the video: UCF's dance team seems to be organized around, if not led by, an extremely tall, enthusiastic and graceful male dance teamer. We like his style. We like his passion. We like his pom-poms, and the fact that he isn't afraid…
Our weekly college football shame index.
You know what they always say: when Boston College and Central Florida get together, hoo boy, call in the National Guard. Say hello to Andrew Galbo, a graduate student at UCF, and someone who should've been tased, bro: