UCF has a quality program and the team is looking to break into the polls after a solid Week 1 win over Akron. The Knights have been getting a few votes in each poll, but a win over OSU could put them close to the Top 25. UCF is a physical team compared to the previous game against Miami. Their bigger and stronger and UCF is going to run the power directly at you and get their first downs. Their senior running back did not get a lot of playing time in the big win over Akron, but he was a big reason for the victory. Murray finished the game with 108 yards on only 14 carries, including a 43-yard run. He added a two-yard touchdown in the second quarter. He has a very large frame and it will be difficult for the Buckeyes to take him down on the first try. Braxton Miller showed as a freshman last season that he had potential, but the quarterback looks like he may truly breakout this year. Against Miami, the Ohio native threw for 207 yards and rushed for a school-record 161 yards. He also totaled three touchdowns in the opening day win. Although Miller must continue to improve his accuracy, and continue to get better with each game as the year progresses-the potential is there to really make this year special. Blake Bortles vs. Ohio State Secondary Central Florida's Blake Bortles did not need to pass too often, but he was very efficient with the football. He completed 13 of his 16 passes for 168 yards and three touchdowns. The Knights need another controlled game from their leader to have a chance at the upset. The OSU secondary did not impress last week and we’ll have to see if there is improvement this week in this area. MY take- I’ll go with Da' Buckeyes 30-17 UCF has the talent to win a lot of games this season, but the team will simply be overmatched going on the road against Ohio State. If OSU is sloppy, this could get away from them-time will tell! GO BUCKS!!