Florida Atlantic football looks ahead to a big in-state matchup Saturday at home against UCF. Coming off a loss against Ohio U., the Owls got back on track in their last game, routing Southeastern Louisiana 42-9.
“It was a really good bounce-back game for us,” Head Coach Willie Taggart said.
FAU had 631 yards of total offense, including 366 on the ground.
They’ll need all that and probably more against UCF.
The Knights, who move to the Big 12 Conference next year, will provide a measuring stick for where the Owls stand after three games. Kickoff is 7:30 p.m. at FAU.
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