UCF has the No. 2 defense in the country, but their offense is no slouch either. UCF scored 92 total points in the first two games led by the fast feet and quick decisions of QB Jeff Godfrey.
Godfrey has 287 passing yards and a 74.3 completion percentage with no interceptions. Doesn't sound as impressive as Carroll's stats until Godfrey's rushing stats are mentioned. He is second on the team in rushing yards with 115 and leads the team with five rushing touchdowns (running through All-American LB Luke Kuechly in his most recent).
Godfrey leads the five-headed Hydra with TBs Ronnie Weaver, Latavius Murray, Brynn Harvey, and Kerlon Williams. The five have combined for 478 yards rushing and 11 touchdowns in just two games.
Behind Godfrey is RS Freshman QB Blake Bortles who boasts a completion percentage of 80 with 144 yards. He relieved Godfrey in both games when the offense had established the win as did the majority of the second and third teams. FIU played its first teams only with some substitutions in their first two games.
UCF also has a handful of speedy receivers in Quincy McDuffie (fourth fastest in FBS), AJ Guyton, JJ Worton, and Josh Reese.
Godfrey and Reese were teammates at Miami Central High and are great friends. They make their return to FIU Stadium where they played high school football together for four years.
Reese leads all receivers with 97 yards in just four receptions. All four have a combined 298 receiving yards over the two games. TE Adam Nissley has also joined in the mix, adding 87 yards and is second on the team in receiving yards.
Kicker Nick Cattoi is an impressive 100 percent on field goals and extra points this year, adding another dimension to the special team's offense.