Dillon Gabriel and and his Central Florida teammates aren't spending time worrying about their national ranking. Instead, the No. 13 Knights just keep piling up wins.
UCF opens American Athletic Conference play Saturday with a trip to East Carolina, looking for its 37th win in 41 games dating to the start of the 2017 season. The Knights are coming off a 28-point road win at power-conference foe Georgia Tech, a strong start for the preseason AAC title favorite.
The Yellow Jackets were coming off a comeback road win at Florida State, prompting Gabriel to note afterward: "I guess you can say we're the best team in Florida."