Temple at Central Florida

When: Saturday, 7:30 p.m., Bright House Networks Stadium (44,206), Orlando, Fla.

Records: Temple (3-3 overall, 1-1 American Athletic Conference); UCF (3-2, 1-0).

Television: ESPNU.

Coaches: Temple, Matt Rhule (4th season, 21-23); UCF, Scott Frost (1st season, 3-2).

All-time series: UCF  leads 2-1.

Last meeting: Oct. 17, 2015,, Temple won, 30-16 at Lincoln Financial Field.

Scoring offense: Temple (33.0 ppg.); UCF (35.2 ppg.)

Scoring defense: Temple (22.7 ppg.); UCF (24.8 ppg.)

UCF

Sept. 3 South Carolina State, 38-0

Sept. 10 at Michigan, 51-14

Sept. 17 Maryland 24-30 (2 OT)

Sept. 24 at FIU, 53-14

Oct. 1 at East Carolina, 47-29

TEMPLE

Sept. 2 Army, 13-28

Sept. 10 Stony Brook, 38-0

Sept. 17 at Penn State, 27-34

Sept. 24 Charlotte, 48-20

Oct. 1 SMU, 45-20

Oct. 6 at Memphis, 27-34

Key Players

For Temple: QB Phillip Walker, 5-11, 205 Sr. (106-186 passing,1,415 yards 8 TDs, 9 INT); LT Dion Dawkins, 6-5, 320, Sr. (32 career starts); RB Jahad Thomas, 5-10, 188, Sr. (237yards rushing, 4.1 avg., 6 TDs, 15 receptions, 218 yards, 2 TDs); DE Haason Reddick, 6-1, 235, r-Sr. (28 tackles, 12 TFL. 4.5 sacks); LB Avery Williams, 5-10, 224, r-Sr. (25 tackles, 3 TFL); NT Averee Robinson, 6-0, 285 Sr. (12 tackles, 1.5 TFL); WR Marshall Ellick, 6-2, 191 r-So. (7 receptions, 87 yards), WR Keith Kirkwood, 6-3, 218, r-Jr. (21 receptions, 315 yards, 2 TDs); TE-DE Romond Deloatch, 6-4, 220 r-Sr. (12 receptions, 186 yards, 1 sack, 1 defensive TD); RB Ryquell Armstead, 5-11, 205, So. (325 yards rushing, 5.7 avg. 6 TDs.); LB Stephaun Marshall, 5-11, 206 r-Sr. (28 tackles); WR Brodrick Yancy, 5-10, 195 r-So. (19 receptions, 210 yards, 2 TDs).

For UCF: LT Aaron Evans, 6-5, 290 r-Jr. (17 consecutive starts); DE Tony Guerad, 6-3, 275 r-Jr. (17 tackles, 5 TFL, 3.5 sacks); OLB Shaquem Griffin, 6-1, 213, r-Jr. (29 tackles, 7 TFL, 5 sacks); WR Tre-Quan Smith, 6-1, 200, r-So. (16 receptions, 221 yards, 2 TDs); QB McKenzie Milton, 5-11, 170 Fr. (29-50 passing, 433 yards, 3 TDs, 2 INTs); QB Justin Holman, 6-4, 225, Sr. (28-68 passing, 368 yards, 2 TDs, 2 INTs); RB Dontavious Wilson, 5-10, 210, Sr. (279 yards rushing, 4.6 avg., 7 TDs); RB Adrian Killins, 5-8, 155, Fr. (254 yards rushing, 11.5 avg., 2 TDs). LB Mark Rucker, 5-9, 217, Sr. (38 tackles, 4 TFL, 2 sacks); CB Shaquill Griffin, 6-1, 200, Sr. (15 tackles, 2 INT, 6 pass breakups).

About Temple: PK Austin Jones is out for the season after suffering a torn ACL in last week's loss at Memphis...Freshman walk-on Aaron Boumerhi, who kicked a PAT vs. Memphis, will assume the kicking duties...LB Stephaun Marshall, who missed the Memphis game with a head injury, has returned to practice and is expected to play...Temple led Memphis 13-0 but then allowed 27 unanswered points...In last year's 30-16 win over UCF, Jahad Thomas rushed for 199 yards and 3 TDs in 31 carries..Temple WR Ventell Bryant, who hails from Florida, scored his first career TD last year against UCF...Last week QB Phillip Walker set a single-game school record with 59 attempts and tied school records with 36 completions and 445 yards passing...Temple is third in the AAC in total defense, allowing 320 yards per game...The Owls have committed 11 turnovers, while the Owls have forced 13.

About UCF: Last week's home game with Tulane was postponed until Nov. 5 due to Hurricane Matthew...RB Dontravious Wilson has a team-high 8 TDs...In a 51-14 loss at Michigan, UCF held the Wolverines to 119 yards rushing on 41 carries, but also allowed 328 yards passing...The Knights are fourth in the AAC in total defense, allowing 350.6 yards per game...UCF has committed 10 turnovers while forcing nine...Sr. QB Justin Holman has started three games while freshman QB McKenzie Milton, has started the other two...The Knights are No. 8 nationally and No. 1 in the AAC in sacks, averaging 3.6 per game...UCF opponents are converting 29,8 percent on third down which places the Knights No. 18 nationally...

Up next: Temple hosts South Florida, Friday, Oct. 21 at 7. visits Central Florida, 7:30 p.m. UCF visits UConn,, Saturday, Oct. 22.

Fast fact:  Haason Reddick is within reach of the AAC single season and career marks for tackles for loss. He has 12 this season and 35.5 for his career. The AAC marks are 19.0 by Elandon Roberts of Houston in 2015 and 38.0 by Houston's Steven Taylor.