UCF 52, Temple 40 - A Game of Gifs

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UCF 7, Temple 3 - 8:54, First Quarter
Down by three, quarterback McKenzie Milton marched the Knights 84 yards in four plays and 55 second to take a 7-3 lead, capped off with this 19-yard dime to Dredrick Snelson. 

UCF 14, Temple 10 - 4:12, First Quarter
Following a go-ahead touchdown by Temple, Milton orchestrated another quick drive. This time, it was 70-yarder in under two minutes, edned by this touch pass to Michael Colubiale from nine yards out. 

UCF 21, Temple 24 - 11:22, Second Quarter
Following back-to-back touchdowns by Temple, UCF nearly saw its drive stall out at the one-yard line. Milton looked to be stopped in the backfield, but the junior took the long way around to find pay dirt. 

UCF 28, Temple 27 - 1:43, Second Quarter
Taj McGowan gave the Knights their first lead of the game after he powered through the line for a one-yard scoring run. 

UCF 35, Temple 34 - 14:10, Third Quarter
The Knights started the half down six. That didn't last long. Greg McCrae carried the ball for all 66 yards of the 50-second drive, including this 32-yard scamper. 

UCF 35, Temple 34 - 12:59, Third Quarter
Following UCF's scoring drive, Nevelle Clarke came up with this diving interception to stop Temple's ensuing drive. 

UCF 42, Temple 34 - 3:52, Third Quarter
Milton dazzled the UCF faithful in Spectrum Stadium with this perfect toss to Colubiale to open an eight-point lead late in the third. 

UCF 42, Temple 40 - 9:44, Fourth Quarter
Temple went for two midway through the fourth to tie the game. A.J. Wooten and Kyle Gibson stonewalled Jager Gardner just one yard short of the line. The stop propelled the Knights to a six-play, 75-yard touchdown drive to take a two-score lead. 

UCF 49, Temple 40 - 8:16, Fourth Quarter
McGowan gave the Knights some breathing space with his second score of the game, a 10-yard run.

UCF 49, Temple 40 - 5:02, Fourth Quarter
With Temple driving in UCF territory, Trysten Hill came up with a big 10-yard sack on third down to force a 4th-and-20, which ended with an incompletion. Matthew Wright put the game on ice on the next drive with a 32-yard field goal.