The coaches' booth can sometimes be removed from the emotion of the sideline, but there are plays that will make anybody jump up and shout. Case in point: Adrian Killins' school record 96-yard touchdown run against Memphis which all but solidified momentum would stay firmly on UCF's side. That score put the Knights up 16-7 and they never looked back, ultimately winning 40-13.
"We were excited," Walters said. "That was probably the one time this season where we all jumped up. Once he hit that crease we knew it was over. We knew he was gone. He's the type of player you've got to get the ball in his hands because any given moment he can take it to the house. It really sparked the sideline. It sparked all of us. It created that momentum. We've got to continue to find ways to get him the ball."