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UCF again heads list of Group of Five
Notre Dame transfer QB Brandon Wimbush is expected to lead the Knights this season after starter McKenzie Milton was lost with a knee injury. (AP)
Central Florida again shapes up as the nation's top Group of Five program heading into the season. Just not by nearly as wide a margin as the last couple of years. Notre Dame transfer Brandon Wimbush will take over for McKenzie Milton as the Knights' starting QB. Cincinnati, Boise State, and Appalachian State are all poised to take the throne as the nation's Cinderella.
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