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- UCF QB Gabriel suffers broken left clavicle in loss
- AAC willing to let departing teams go before 2024
- Big 12 gives OK to BYU, Cincinnati, Houston, UCF
- Sources: Big 12 set to receive four applications
— Mark-Antony Richards' 1-yard touchdown smash with 23 seconds left to play helped carry Central Florida to a 20-16 win over East Carolina on Saturday.
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— Tai Lavatai returned from a two-game injury absence to lead Navy back from a 13-point fourth-quarter deficit and a 34-30 win over UCF on Saturday for the Midshipmen's first victory this season.
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UCF quarterback Dillon Gabriel announced Saturday that he fractured his left clavicle during Friday's 42-35 loss at Louisville, and there is no timetable for his return.
— Jaylin Alderman returned an interception off a tipped pass for a 66-yard touchdown with 13 seconds remaining, giving Louisville a thrilling 42-35 victory over UCF on Friday night.
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The American Athletic Conference will be willing to negotiate a higher exit fee to accommodate earlier departures of UCF, Cincinnati and Houston to the Big 12 Conference, AAC commissioner Mike Aresco told ESPN on Friday.
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BYU, Houston, UCF and Cincinnati are planning to submit applications next week to join the Big 12, sources confirmed to ESPN. The most realistic timeline for the teams from the American to join is 2024, sources said.
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In his first game as UCF head coach, Gus Malzahn said his team showed resilience in rallying from a 21-0 hole to defeat Boise State 36-31 on Thursday night.