Interviews from UCF players and the head coach showed a team that was not as disappointed with their loss against Michigan as with other games lost in the past.

No. 5 University of Michigan defeated UCF 51-14 Saturday afternoon, but the team largely saw the game as an opportunity to improve the new form of offense run by Frost, according to the players and Frost himself. The outlook for the remainder of the season for the team is summed up by Killins, who said that if 14 points can be put up against a Big 10 level football team – number 5 in the nation – then 14 will be a number UCF can regularly pass through the season’s end.


UCF Football head coach Scott Frost:

UCF Quarterback Nick Patti:

UCF Running Back Adrian Killins:

UCF Line Backer Shequan Burkett: