Category Archives: UCF Men’s Basketball


Tacko Fall: “I definitely want to make the NCAA Tournament”

Tacko Fall made his goal for his senior year clear: make the NCAA Tournament. After missing the final 14 games of his junior season due to shoulder surgery, the UCF center announced on Wednesday he […]

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UCF beats USF behind Davis’s career-high night

No love was found on the court in this Valentine’s Day War On I4 matchup as a career night for AJ Davis boosted the UCF Knights over the USF Bulls. Behind Davis’s 26 points and […]

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UCF beats UConn for first time since 2011

For just the second time in program history, the UCF Men’s Basketball team defeated the University of Connecticut. With the game tied at 50, UCF guard BJ Taylor scored or assisted on the next 9 […]

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UCF falls to No. 11 Cincinnati, 49-38

The offensive struggles continued Tuesday evening for Johnny Dawkins’ squad as UCF (12-6) fell behind late, losing at home 49-38 to the No. 11 Cincinnati Bearcats. In his first game back since suffering a foot […]

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Knights fall to the Red Storm

It was a battle until the buzzer as UCF (4-2) lost 46-43 to St. John’s (6-1) while Dayon Griffin watched his shot from the beyond arc bounce off the rim. “It was a tough, hard-fought […]

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UCF holds off Gardner-Webb’s late rally, improve to 2-0

When the game became too close for comfort, experience led the way as AJ Davis took control of UCF with 15 points, 10 rebounds and three blocks, helping the Knights avoid disaster at home as […]

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DeJesus, Griffin lead UCF to opening night win over Mercer

Ceasar DeJesus and Dayon Griffin led the Knights in scoring with 16 points apiece as UCF rallied to beat Mercer, 88-79, to open the 2017-2018 season. “It was a great first game,” UCF head coach Johnny Dawkins said. “We […]

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A Second Chance: McSpadden returns from injury for UCF

Missing an entire season due to injury is never easy for anyone. For UCF guard Chance McSpadden, it was a unique learning experience. “As far as sitting out, watching the team, I really got the […]

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