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Photo Gallery | Oct. 4, 2012

UCF 40, ECU 20


Photos taken Oct. 4, 2012, by Al Myatt at Bright House Networks Stadium in Orlando, FL. 2012
(This gallery includes 14 pictures with captions. Click thumbnails to display images.)


A clearly defined cloud system hung on the periphery of Bright House Networks Stadium before kickoff Thursday night. [Photo: Al Myatt]

ECU AD Terry Holland and Pirate Club Interim Executive Director Emmett Floyd watch the Pirates warm up. [Photo: Al Myatt]

ECU's captains were Gabriel Woullard (42), Damon Magazu (11), Justin Hardy (2) and Shane Carden (5). [Photo: Al Myatt]

The Pirates take the field at Bright House Networks Stadium. [Photo: Al Myatt]

ECU's Derrell Johnson gets a pregame stretch. [Photo: Al Myatt]

ECU's Hunter Furr takes a knee on the opening kickoff. [Photo: Al Myatt]

ECU QB Shane Carden sets to take the snap. [Photo: Al Myatt]

ECU defensive line coach Marc Yellock holds a sideline meeting. [Photo: Al Myatt]

ECU defenders pursue UCF running back Storm Johnson. [Photo: Al Myatt]

ECU offensive coordinator Lincoln Riley and QB Shane Carden confer during an official review. [Photo: Al Myatt]

ECU quarterback Shane Carden scrambles. [Photo: Al Myatt]

ECU head coach Ruffin McNeill wants to know why a penalty flag was picked up. [Photo: Al Myatt]

Coach Ruffin McNeill encourages the ECU defense. [Photo: Al Myatt]

ECU running back Vintavious Cooper looks for running room. [Photo: Al Myatt]

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