UCF-Tulane Postgame Notes


Nov. 18, 2006

Recap | Box Score

? With the loss, UCF now holds a 2-1 advantage in the all-time series with Tulane. It was the first one-point loss for the Golden Knights since a 17-16 overtime setback to Ohio in 2004.

? Senior WR Mike Walker extended his streak of consecutive games with a catch to 27.

? Walker's eight receptions give him 83 for the season, which is the fourth highest single-season total in UCF history.

? Walker's 63-yard receiving game gives him 1,045-yards receiving on the season. He is the 11th Golden Knight receiver in school history to surpass the 1,000-yard mark in a season.

? Sophomore WR Rocky Ross hauled in a career-high nine catches. He exceeded 100-yards receiving for the second straight game, finishing the contest with 130 yards.

? True freshman CB Emery Allen returned the opening kickoff 37 yards. It was the first kick return of his career. Allen finished with two returns for 54 yards.

? True freshmen Travis Timmons and Chance Henderson each recorded the first sacks of their respective UCF careers.

? True freshman RB Phillip Smith had career-highs of 16 carries for 41 yards.

? Sophomore FS Jason Venson's interception in the first quarter was his first of the season and fourth of his career. Venson also matched his season total of passes defended with four in the game.

? Redshirt freshman LB Kyle Fowler equaled his career high with six tackles.