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UCF earns historic, thrilling win over USF, 49-42

UCF earns historic, thrilling win over USF, 49-42

“The War on I-4 did not disappoint!” said an exhausted and exhilarated ESPN broadcaster after UCF defeated USF, 49-42, at Spectrum Stadium to gain a berth in the American Athletic Conference title game and complete a perfect 11-0 regular season. Two years ago, UCF lost every game. The turnaround is the quickest in NCAA Division I football history. Viewers went to social media to call tonight’s game one of the best of the college football season. #USFvsUCF USF, trailing by a point, was able to score a touchdown on an 83-yard pass from Quinton Flowers to Darnell Salomon and a tying two-point conversion with less than two minutes remaining when Flowers found D’Ernest Johnson in the endzone. UCF’s Mike Hughes then ran back the ensuing kickoff for a touchdown to regain the lead before an electrified sellout crowd. Seconds later, a fumble by a USF receiver sealed the victory for the Knights. The victory could prove to be bittersweet for UCF’s football program. Unconfirmed reports say that head coach Scott Frost  is either headed to Nebraska or will interview for the Florida head coaching job soon. Frost said after the game that he is giving his “100 percent” to the team, which prepares to host the conference title game against Memphis.

Thanksgiving dinner mix-up now a tradition with grandma who accidentally invited teen

Thanksgiving dinner mix-up now a tradition with grandma who accidentally invited teen

Phoenix teenager Jamal Hinton and grandmother Wanda Hence have turned their internet fame from 2016 into a tradition. >> Read more trending news Last year, Hence thought she was texting her grandson to invite him to dinner in a group text, but she was actually texting Jamal Hinton, 17. Hinton asked who was texting him and was told it was his grandmother. “I really thought it was my grandma, so I had to ask for a picture to make sure,” Hinton told BuzzFeed. The result was a selfie exchange from Hence to which Hinton replied, 'You're not my grandma!' But Hinton asked if he could still get a plate of food despite the mistake. Hence replied, “Of course you can. That's what grandmas do ... feed everyone.' KNXV reported that Hinton joined Hence’s family for dinner and is now her 'honorary grandson.' When Hinton arrived and shook Hence’s hand, the two soon embraced for a hug. 'I'd never seen her before and she welcomed me into her home,' Hinton told KNXV. 'That shows me how great of a person she is. I'm thankful for people like that.' 'He always has an open invite to our house for Thanksgiving,' Hence told WVEC Friday.   

British police respond to incident at London’s Oxford Circus station

British police respond to incident at London’s Oxford Circus station

British police said they were responding to reports of an incident at the Oxford Circus subway station, one of London’s busiest, Friday evening. >> Read more trending news

Some political ‘thanks’ on Thanksgiving

On every Thanksgiving, it’s always nice to take some time and think about what you and your family are thankful for in 2017 – but at the same time, we may as well try to figure how Turkey Day is playing in political circles as well.

In terms of political news, reporters on Capitol Hill and Washington, D.C. are currently going through an almost never-ending avalanche of stories, erupting daily (or even hourly) in what seems to be a high rate of speed in this new social media atmosphere.

Let’s take a look at a few things on this Thanksgiving 2017:

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