Here is the quick recap of the 4th quarter between USC and UCF:
- To start the quarter USC was facing a fourth and inches play on the UCF 11. They converted on a sneak by Dylan Thompson. After a false start Mike Davis went 13 yards for a touchdown to extend the Gamecocks’ lead to 21-10 with 14:02 to play in the game.
- USC scoring drive: 6 plays, 34 yards in 2:22
- UCF started its next drive on the 25. The Knights picked up a first down, but committed their second turnover of the game shortly after. Gerald Dixon recovered a fumble on the UCF 31.
- After the turnover Mike Davis went back to work and scored from 13 yards out to push the USC lead to 28-10 with 10:31 left to play. It was Davis’ third touchdown of the game.
- USC drive summary: 4-31-2:02
- UCF got back on the board on its next drive and it didn’t take long. UCF scored on a 73 yard touchdown pass to cut the lead. 28-18 with 9:48 to play. (UCF converted a 2 point conversion).
- UCF scoring drive: 2-82 :39
- USC went nowhere on its next drive and punted from its own 18. The Knights sprung a nice return to the Gamecocks 38.
- The Knights picked up a first down and looked like they were in business until they threw an interception. TJ Holloman picked it off and returned it to the 19.
- USC gave the Knights a heavy dose of Mike Davis after the turnover. Then Thompson hit Jerel Adams on a long pass to set up first and goal inside the Knights 10. But the drive ended one play later when Mike Davis fumbled.
- UCF started on its own five yard line. The Knights quickly moved the ball inside the Gamecocks 10 with a 79 yard completion. One play later they scored on a seven yard touchdown pass to make it 28-25 with 1:54 to play.
- 3 plays, 95 yards 1:24
- UCF went for the onsides kick and it was recovered and returned by Bruce Ellington to the Knights 15. The Gamecocks ran out the clock from there.
FINAL SCORE: USC 28, UCF 25