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Latavius Murray Discusses His UCF Hall of Fame Career

The Tay Train also talks being back with the New Orleans Saints

This Friday night, Latavius Murray will be inducted into the UCF Athletics Hall of Fame.

Latavius Murray finished his UCF Knights career second in school history in total touchdowns with 44, and seventh in rushing yards with 2,424. He was named Most Valuable Player of both the 2010 C-USA Championship Game and the 2010 Liberty Bowl victory over Georgia, where he scored the winning TD in UCF’s first-ever bowl victory.

Murray has played in the NFL with the Oakland Raiders, Minnesota Vikings, New Orleans Saints, and the Baltimore Ravens. He has rushed for 4,855 yards and has scored 45 touchdowns in his NFL career.

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Last week, Murray re-joined the Saints on the practice squad. Murray tells Black and Gold Banneret that will be at UCF Hall of Fame Ceremony Friday night before heading back to join the Saints.

Murray also talks to us about his UCF and NFL career prior to his induction into the UCF Athletics Hall of Fame.