UCF coach Josh Heupel vows Knights will learn from ugly bowl loss to BYU

BOCA RATON, Fla. — All losses sting, but some of them linger like a song that you can’t seem to get out of your head. Such is the case for the UCF football program and its fan base, which must now spend the next eight months reflecting on one of the program’s worst losses in more than four years. UCF struggled throughout a 49-23 beatdown by No. 16 BYU in the Boca Raton Bowl Tuesday night. Not since a 37-point drubbing by then-No. 5 Michigan on Sept. 10, 2016, have the Knights suffered such a one-sided loss. “This one should stay with us all offseason up until kickoff of next season,” UCF coach…

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