UCF has won the toss and chose to defer the decision. SCSU receives the first kickoff.

First Quarter

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SCSU received the first kick, but was unable to move the ball effectively in the ensuing possession. UCF, on the other hand, converted a 46 yard Matthew Wright field goal to go ahead 0-3.

UCF 3 SCSU 0

UCF tacked on an additional 34 yard field goal with 2:18 left in the half, pulling ahead by 6, but still within touchdown range of South Carolina State.

UCF 6 SCSU 0

Second Quarter

Matthew Wright tied a career-high three field goals in one game early on in the second quarter with a 45 yard successful attempts.

UCF 9 SCSU 0

His fourth field goal – a 37 yard attempt – was the first by a UCF kicker since December 4, 2014; the last time UCF won a football game.

UCF 12 SCSU 0

Shaquem Griffin notched his first career sack in the second quarter, forcing a fumble at the UCF 41 yard line that was recovered by JamiyusPittman to set up a late first-half score by UCF.

Justin Holman kept the ball on a designed run from ten yards out with 1:45 left in the first half to put the Knights ahead 10-0 and cap off an eight play, 57 yard drive.

UCF 18 SCSU 0

Shaquill Griffin joined his twin brother in the turnover frenzy in the second half, intercepting a ball at the UCF 11 yard line early in the third quarter, but the Knights would squander the opportunity with a fumble of their own.

Dontravious Wilson converted the next drive into a one yard touchdown drive to extend the lead by a massive 25 points.

UCF 25 SCSU 0

Justin Holman was able to connect with Tre’Quan Smith as the third quarter expired for a 37 yards score, followed closely by an ill-fated two point conversion attempt.

UCF 31 SCSU 0

Fourth Quarter

A 35 yard completion from Justin Holman to Jordan Akins in the fourth quarter was the catalyst to UCF’s ultimate nail in the coffin, setting up a five yard touchdown reception by Tristan Payton with 12:18 remaining in the quarter.

UCF 38 SCSU 0