2010 Autozone Liberty Bowl: The Knights Put the Lights Out in Georgia

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2010 Autozone Liberty Bowl:  The Knights  Put the Lights Out in Georgia
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The kid showed promise, but it didn't result in a win.

With the vast array of weaponry at the disposal of both teams in the 2010 Autozone Liberty Bowl, few expected what the windswept crowd witnessed this evening in Memphis.

The game turned out to be a defensive lover's dream, with the only touchdown, a scamper by UCF's Latavius Murray, coming mid-way through the final quarter. Murray finished with over 100 yards rushing on the day.

Final score: Central Florida 10, Georgia 6.

The No. 25 ranked UCF Knights, finishing a record breaking season recording 11 wins and 3 losses, showed the football world that they can play toe-to-toe with a traditional SEC powerhouse school.

While Georgia's season disappointed most Dawg fans, the play of red-shirt freshman Aaron Murray throughout the season promises great things for that rabid fan base in the coming seasons.

Thus, this game was, in many ways, a tale of these two young men who share a last name but whose teams' fates took different turns this blustery day at Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium.

This slide show is a quick recap of today's game.

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