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The UCF Knights travel cross-country to take on the Stanford Cardinal in the first ever matchup between the two schools. 

By SI Wire
September 10, 2015

The UCF Knights travel across the country to take on the Stanford Cardinal in the first ever matchup between the two schools. 

Stanford will look to rebound from a 16–6 season-opening loss to the Northwestern that bounced the Cardinal from the top 25. Stanford needs increased production from all aspects of the offense, after the team failed last week to score in the double digits for the first time since 2007. Senior quarterback Kevin Hogan only managed 155 passing yards against the Wildcats, and he threw an interception. Running back Christian McCaffrey posted 66 yards rushing on 12 carries, but the team as a wleho only rushed for 85 yards.

UCF did not fare much better in its opening game, as the Knights fell 15–14 to the FIU Panthers. UCF had a chance to win the game in the closing seconds, but freshman kicker Matthew Wright had his 47-yard field goal attempt blocked as time ran out. Quarterback Justin Holman led a pass-happy offense, finishing the game 23-for-34 passing with 249 yards and two touchdowns. 

How to watch

Detail's for Saturday's game are below:

Kickoff: 10:30 p.m. ET

Live Stream: You can live stream the game here

TV Coverage: Fox Sports 1

Radio: For a list of Stanford affiliates, click here. For a list of UCF affiliates, click here

Team schedules 


Sept. 12: vs. UCF
Sept. 19: at USC
Sept. 25: at Oregon State
Oct. 3: vs. Arizona
Oct. 15: vs. UCLA
Oct. 24: vs. Washington
Oct. 31: at Washington State
Nov. 7: at Colorado
Nov. 14: vs. Oregon
Nov. 21: vs. California
Nov. 28: vs. Notre Dame


Sept. 3: vs. FlU
Sept. 12: at Stanford
Sept. 19: vs. Furman
Sept. 26: at South Carolina
Oct. 3: at Tulane
Oct. 10: vs. UConn
Oct. 17: at Temple
Oct. 24: vs. Houston
Oct. 31: at Cincinnati
Nov. 7: at Tulsa
Nov. 19: vs. East Carolina
Nov. 26: vs. USF


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