ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) UCF quarterback Justin Holman says he won't be taking anything for granted this week as the Knights visit No. 20 Missouri.
The Knights sophomore will make his first career start against the Tigers on Saturday, two weeks after nearly leading UCF to a comeback win over Penn State.
It will be a chance at redemption for Holman on many levels, after originally being beaten out for the starting job in the preseason by freshman Pete DiNovo.
Holman says he never let his original disappointment define him and doesn't plan to change much as the new starter.
He'll have the benefit of a full complement of receivers with senior Rannell Hall expected to play after missing the opener with an elbow injury.