The 22nd ranked UCF Knights will head to New Orleans to take on the 16th ranked Tulane Green Wave at 3:30 on Saturday. This is the first time Tulane has been ranked since 1998, which sets up a pretty fun AAC matchup.
Despite being cleared to play against the Memphis, John Rhys Plumlee sat behind Mikey Keene after not practicing all week but once again, Keene delivered a very solid performance in a 35-28 UCF win. Keene completed 22 of 28 passes and threw for 219 yards, 3 touchdowns (1 INT), which included a dime to Javon Baker.
Tulane's football program is ranked for the first time since 1998 and to preview Saturday's 3:30 showdown, Jason Beede joined today's show. Kravitz's conversation with Jason can be heard in the podcast clip below.