UCF works through miscues, pummels rival USF

TAMPA, Fla. — Perhaps it was too much turkey or an extra slice of pumpkin pie on Thanksgiving.Whatever the reason, UCF appeared to be napping through the start of the game against rival USF on Friday, falling behind 7-0 midway through the first quarter before scoring 28 consecutive points on the Knights’ way to a 58-46 win in the latest installment of the War on I-4.The Bulls made it a game, cutting the lead to 45-38 with 10:10 left before UCF added two touchdowns late.Dillon Gabriel tossed four touchdown passes and the offense made do without the team’s leading receiver in Marlon Williams (1,…

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