No. 10 Auburn and No. 7 UCF will meet in the Peach Bowl on Monday, January 1, 2018. Find time, TV channel, odds and live stream for Auburn and UCF below.
Peach Bowl 2018: Game time for Auburn-UCF
Time: 12:30 p.m. ET
Date: Monday, January 1, 2017
Location: Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta Georgia
Peach Bowl 2018: Odds for Auburn-UCF
Odds: Auburn is -9.5 according to MyBookie
Peach Bowl 2018: TV channel for Auburn-UCF
TV channel: ESPN
Live stream: Purdue and Arizona can be watched on WatchESPN.
Radio: You can listen to Auburn and UCF on 96.9 The Game.
Peach Bowl 2018: Preview for Auburn-UCF
Auburn comes into the game at 10-3 after falling 28-7 to Georgia in the SEC Championship but the Tigers made a strong run at the end of the season, winning their last five including victories over the Bulldogs and Alabama to get into a New Year’s Six Bowl.
Meanwhile, UCF comes in undefeated at 12-0 after beating Memphis 62-55 in a shootout in the AAC Championship. The Knights were the only undefeated team in the country.
Jarrett Stidham has emerged as the Tigers leader at quarterback, throwing for 2,827 yards and 17 touchdowns with five of those coming to leading reciever Ryan Davis, who’s got 76 catches for 768 yards.
On the ground, Kerryon Johnson has been the man with 1,320 yards and 17 touchdowns. Defensively, linebacker Deshaun Davis leads the team with 75 total tackles including 6.5 for a loss and 3.5 sacks.
For the Knights, McKenzie Milton has thrown for 3,795 yards and 35 touchdowns. Tre’Quan smith has 13 of those scores on 54 catches for 1,082 yards.
The Knights will be coached by Scott Frost, who will assume the Nebraska coaching job at the conclusion of the game. Frost has been working double duty with the Knights and the Huskers since taking the job in Lincoln.
Husker athletic director Bill Moos was OK with the move and said it’ll be a commercial for the program.
Adrian Killins Jr. has been the lead back with 787 yards and 10 touchdowns. On defense, inside linebacker Pat Jasinski leads the Knights with 96 tackles including eight for a loss and one sack.