Postgame Notes: UCF at Memphis

#9/10 UCF 31 (6-0, 3-0) at Memphis 30 (4-3, 1-3)
Oct. 13, 2018 | Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium | Attendance: 38,831
Weather: Cloudy | Temp: 62 degrees | Wind: 7 MPH from East

• UCF captains: Senior Linebacker Pat Jasinski, Senior Defensive Back Kyle Gibson, Freshman Defensive Back Jon Powell, Senior Running Back Taj McGowan, Senior Offensive Lineman Tyler Hudanick
• Coin Toss: UCF won the toss and elected to receive from north end zone.

• UCF extended its nation-leading win streak to 19 games, which is a program and conference record
• The Knights also extended their road game win streak to seven games, which sets a program record
• UCF extended its streak of 30-point games to 19 straight games, which also leads the nation
• The Knights extended their lead in the all-time series against Memphis to 12-1
• Saturday marked the first time the Knights had won by less than three points since Dec. 4, 2014 at ECU

• Taj McGowan recorded the first multiple touchdown game of his career since Sept. 23, 2017 at Maryland, giving him 14 in his career
McGowan’s 71-yard touchdown in the third quarter was UCF’s longest run from scrimmage on the season
• It was the first time this season that UCF allowed multiple sacks in a game and the four Memphis sacks were more than the two UCF had given up all season prior to Saturday
• McKenzie Milton has now thrown a touchdown in 20 straight games, one of three UCF quarterbacks ever to do so (Ryan Schneider, 28; Daunte Culpepper, 22)
• Gabriel Davis’ 75-yard second quarter touchdown was his fifth of the season and the longest play from scrimmage on the year for UCF
• Milton passed Blake Bortles for fourth all-time in program history for career passing yards, finishing the game with 7,817
• Davis finished with a career high 128 yards to lead the Knights, his second 100-yard game of the season
• Milton rushed for his sixth touchdown on the ground this season, the 17th of his career
• UCF was 2-for-2 on fourth downs, at their own 29 and 40-yard line.

• It was the second straight game that UCF’s opponent scored first
• Trailing 17-7 at the end of the first, it marked the first time UCF trailed at the end of a quarter
• The team’s 30-14 deficit was the largest of the season
• The Knights have now forced at least one turnover in all six games this season and the last 25 games, dating back to 2016

Special Teams
• Matthew Wright became the all-time leader in points scored with his five first half points (315) passing Shawn Moffitt (314; 2011-14)
• He finished with one field goal and four extra points to give him 317 in his career