UCF rally falls short during loss to No. 7 Cincinnati

ORLANDO, Fla. — It was a battle of immovable object versus unstoppable force in the Bounce House Saturday.Cincinnati’s vaunted defense against UCF’s explosive offense, a perfect match made for national television.For a while, the two college football heavyweights traded blows, but in the end, the Knights simply ran out of gas, falling 36-33 to the No. 7 Bearcats in front of a limited but spirited crowd.UCF (5-3, 4-3 AAC) couldn’t slow down Cincinnati quarterback Desmond Ridder, who found the end zone four times. Ridder finished with a season-high 338 passing yards, including seven plays of 20-…

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