1980 UCF Knights football team

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1980 UCF Knights football
Conference Independent
1980 record 4–4–1
Head coach Don Jonas (2nd year)
Home stadium Orlando Stadium
Seasons
« 1979 1981 »

The 1980 UCF Knights football season was the UCF Knights football second season. Head coach Don Jonas compiled a 4–4–1 overall record, including the programs only tie against Miles.[1]

The Knights competed as an NCAA Division III Independent. The Knights played their home games at Orlando Stadium, now known as the Citrus Bowl, in Downtown Orlando.

Schedule and results[edit]

Orlando Stadium, the Knights home field.
Date Opponent Site Result Attendance
September 13 Carson–Newman* Orlando StadiumOrlando, Florida W 21–30†   13,941
September 20 Saint Leo* Orlando Stadium • Orlando, Florida W 55–0   8,730
September 27 Millsaps* Orlando Stadium • Orlando, Florida L 7–8   12,793
October 4 Miles* Orlando Stadium • Orlando, Florida T 11–11   8,990
October 11 at Savannah State* Ted Wright StadiumSavannah, Georgia L 0–44   4,100
October 18 at North Alabama* Braly Municipal StadiumFlorence, Alabama L 3–28   3,500
November 1 Catawba* Orlando Stadium • Orlando, Florida W 14–12   3,500
November 8 SUNY–Albany* Orlando Stadium • Orlando, Florida L 27–28   7,757
November 15 Emory & Henry* Orlando Stadium • Orlando, Florida W 18–14   6,907
*Non-conference game. All times are in Eastern Time.

† Carson–Newman later forfeited the game.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Finally, Gametime Arrives: Part 2 of 8 - The History of UCF Football". University of Central Florida Athletics Association. 2007-06-22. Retrieved 2011-12-24. 

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