UCF Vs. East Carolina: Knights Looking To End Losing Skid

Central Florida heads to Greenville to take on the East Carolina Pirates as both teams are fighting to try and get back to .500 on the season.

The Central Florida Knights are looking to end a losing skid, losing two straight, when they take on the East Carolina Pirates. The Knights rallied back last week against Southern Miss, scoring 20 fourth quarter points, but ended up on the losing end when they went for a two-point conversion in lieu of tying the game and going to over time. Defensively, the Knights have faired pretty well and are giving up only 10.1 points per game, which ranks 10th nationally.

Like the Knights, the Pirates are also looking to end a two game losing skid. The Pirates are also coming off a tough loss to UTEP, that saw ECU surrender the lead on a fourth quarter touchdown. East Carolina Dominique Davis will have his hands full trying to rebound against the Knights defense.

For more on the match up between Central Florida and East Carolina, stay tuned to this StoryStream and SB Nation Tampa Bay.

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