UCF-SMU Postgame Notes

Jan. 26, 2008

Recap | Box Score

? The contest served as the Knights' fourth overtime game of the season.
? Jermaine Taylor paced the Knights with 26 points. He has led the team in scoring 16 times in 2007-08 and has recorded at least 20 points on 14 occasions.
? He has led UCF in scoring in four-consecutive games, scoring at least 24 points in each contest.
? Taylor knocked down five 3-pointers against the Mustangs and now ranks eighth all-time at UCF with 132 career treys. With the five triples at SMU, he passed his first cousin, Darryl Davis, who hit 129 3-pointers with the Knights from 1991-95.
? In league games, Taylor is averaging 24.6 points.
? The Knights committed a season-low nine turnovers.
? Tony Davis started at power forward and recorded the third double-double of his career with 10 points and 10 boards.
? Mike O'Donnell was on the court for 41 minutes, marking the fourth time this season that the senior guard logged over 40 minutes in a game.
? In 11 minutes off of the bench, Jean Michel Yotio contributed with five points, three rebounds and a steal.
? UCF was meeting the Mustangs for just the third time and for the second occasion in Dallas.
? The contest served as the Knights' second of four trips to Texas this season. The squad already played at Sam Houston State and will make trips to Houston and Rice later in the year.