Five Central Florida players to watch

Published: Wednesday, Sept. 21 2011 9:26 p.m. MDT

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The sophomore quarterback, and 2010 Conference USA freshman of the year, is a threat as both a passer and a runner. He has 16 career rushing touchdowns and hasn't thrown an interception this season. In the victory over Boston College, Godfrey completed 20-of-25 passes for 187 yards and rushed 13 times for 69 yards and two touchdowns.
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Go Big Blue!!!
Bountiful, UT

From the title I thought somehow they were going to show the players most likely to recover the first 5 y turnovers tomorrow. Since the y turns the ball over in so many different ways I guess that would be too hard to determine.

Wayne Rout
El Paso, TX

Based on what I saw last Saturday, I don't expect BYU to get even one touchdown against these guys. We now know why that in August we kept hearing that the defense was stopping the offense. Provo High could stop this offense.

CougarForever
Holladay, Utah

It's always nice to accentuate an opponent's strengths before the contest but UCF will not pose a big challenge for BYU. UCF's defense may be good but their receivers and most of their offensive linemen have not ascended very far on their learning curve. I see their offense sputtering. BYU has home field and a huge size advantage. It should be a breakout game for our running attack.

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