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Missouri vs. UCF 2012 score update: Knights trail Tigers 14-10 entering fourth quarter

The UCF Knights trail the Missouri Tigers 14-10 as the two teams enter the fourth quarter on Saturday afternoon at BH Networks Stadium. Missouri took the lead in the third quarter courtesy of a 66-yard punt return for a touchdown by Marcus Murphy.

Missouri has been led by quarterback James Franklin, who has completed 19 of his 26 throws for 257 yards and a touchdown, with one interception.

UCF's passing game has led the way for them so far. Quarterback Blake Bortles is 21-of-30 for 189 yards and a touchdown, with wide receiver Storm Johnson catching 14 of those throws for 89 yards.

UCF has dominated statistically despite trailing on the scoreboard, holding the ball for nine minutes longer than Missouri in the game, and outgaining the Tigers by more than 60 yards. UCF has also compiled 23 first downs to just 13 for Missouri.

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