The Knights hope for a repeat performance because this win would mean the AAC championship.
This is No. 23 UCF's final season in the AAC before moving to the Big 12. The Knights (9-3, 6-2 in AAC) halted the Green Wave's five-game winning streak Nov. 12 when they went to Yulman Stadium and won 38-31. Quarterback John Rhys Plumlee ran for 176 yards and two touchdowns, adding another through the air. Isaiah Bowser added two more scores on the ground.
No. 18 Tulane (10-2, 7-1) responded to the loss by beating SMU and knocking off Cincinnati on the road. Tyjae Spears had 181 rushing yards and two TDs in that game, and keeping him out of the end zone played a key part in UCF's earlier win.
Takeaways from the first game: UCF runs wild, prevails 38-31 over Tulane in top-25 showdown
Where and when will the UCF Knights play the Tulane Green Wave?
Where: Yulman Stadium, New Orleans
When: 4 p.m. Saturday, December 3
How can I watch UCF vs. Tulane on TV, streaming?
How can I listen to UCF vs. Tulane on radio?
Radio: 96.9 The Game
Online radio: iHeart Radio
What's the latest betting line for UCF vs. Tulane?
Tulane is a 3.5-point favorite over UCF, according to Tipico, the oddsmaker for USA TODAY. The over-under is 57 points.
This article originally appeared on The Daytona Beach News-Journal: How to watch UCF vs. Tulane AAC Championship Game on TV, live stream