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UCF 30, Marshall 14

HUNTINGTON, W.Va. -- Sha'reff Rashad intercepted two passes to lead Central Florida to a 30-14 win over Marshall on Saturday.

Rashad's interceptions led to two 24-yard field goals for the Knights (3-7, 2-4 Conference USA). The second one, coming late in the third quarter, set up the score to give UCF a two-possession lead and help snap a four-game losing streak.

UCF punter Blake Clingan sealed the game in the fourth quarter when he scrambled on fourth-and-4 from his own 30-yard line for a first down.

Clingan also picked up a fumbled snap and ran 16 yards for a first down in the first quarter.

Darius Marshall had 142 yards on 16 carries for Marshall (4-6, 3-3).

UCF's Brynn Harvey had 33 carries for 150 yards and scored his first career touchdown on a 50-yard run in the fourth quarter.

The teams combined to complete only 11 passes in 46 attempts.

UCF dominated Marshall in time of possession 38:10-21:50.

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