ORLANDO, Fla. -- UCF will play Duke on December 28 in the Military Bowl.
The Knights (9-4) will battle the Blue Devils (8-4) in the 34,000-seat Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium in Annapolis, Maryland at 2:00. UCF is set to play in a program-record seventh-straight bowl game and its tenth in eleven seasons.
UCF had the chance to play USC in the Cotton Bowl, but a loss to Tulane in the American Athletic Conference title game sent them elsewhere.
UCF and Duke will meet for the first time. This marks the second time UCF has faced a current ACC member in a bowl game—following NC State’s win over the Knights in the 2014 St. Petersburg Bowl.
#ChargeOn to Annapolis — UCF Football (@UCF_Football) December 4, 2022
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