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Name: Isaiah Bowser (+) Coming off Sept 2021 Knee INJ/Transfer from Northwestern
College: Central Florida     Number: 5
Height: 6-0   Weight: 225
Position: RB  Pos2:
Class/Draft Year: rSr/2023

40 Low: 4.50
   40 Time: 4.58
  40 High: 4.67

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Weight: 225

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 Data Scout Notes: 2022: PDoakWalker...2021: NAC...(+) Coming off Sept 2021 Knee INJ...Transfer from Northwestern...2020: NAC...2019: NAC...PDoak


 Isaiah Bowser, Central Florida, Player News


  UCF football was picked to finish third in the 2022 American Athletic Conference football preseason media poll released Thursday. The Knights, who received seven first-place votes and a total of 225 point, trail behind only Houston and defending league champion Cincinnati. The Cougars received seven of a possible 24 first-place votes to finish with 243 points in the poll, while the Bearcats were second at 242 points, despite the Bearcats' receiving 10 first-place votes. SMU was fourth with 187 points as first-year head coach Rhett Lashlee will have quarterback Tanner Mordecai back. Memphis was chosen fifth, ECU sixth, Tulane seventh, Tulsa eighth, South Florida ninth, Navy tenth and Temple last. The preseason media poll correctly picked Cincinnati as the AAC's champion last year. The Bearcats became the first Group of Five squad to make the College Football Playoff. This year, the Knights return a ton of talent at key positions including wide receiver Ryan O'Keefe, running back Isaiah Bowser, and defensive back Divaad Wilson. - Orlando Sentinel

(DS#13 RB) rSr/2023 RB Isaiah BowserCentral Florida
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  2022 PRESEASON DOAK WALKER AWARD CANDIDATE: Isaiah Bowser (Sr.), UCF,...A fifth-year senior who transferred from Northwestern to UCF before the 2021 season. With this name, should have been a natural at Georgia, right? Last year he appeared in eight games, making five starts at running back during first season with the Knights. He was named to AAC Weekly Honor Roll once and earned CBS Sports National Game Ball of the Week once. Led the Knights with 159 rushing attempts, nine rushing touchdowns and 87.9 rushing yards per game and finished season with 703 yards rushing and an average of 4.4 yards per carry, showing this Bowser has a bite even if he isn't a Dawg. - UCF Football

(DS#13 RB) rSr/2023 RB Isaiah BowserCentral Florida
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  With the start of the 2022 UCF football season less than 100 days away, more details regarding kickoff times and television network information for some games were announced Thursday. The Knights will open Year 2 under coach Gus Malzahn on Thursday, Sept. 1 at 7 p.m. on ESPN+ inside the Bounce House against South Carolina State. The following week, UCF will host Louisville on Friday, Sept. 9 at 7:30 p.m. on ESPN2. The first road trip of the season for the Knights comes in Week 3 when UCF travels to FAU for a 7:30 p.m. kickoff on CBS Sports Network.

Finally, UCF will host American Athletic Conference foe Temple on Thursday, Oct. 13 at 7 p.m. on ESPN. Most of the remaining start times and television designations for the upcoming schedule will be made on a weekly basis through the season as part of the conference's 12-day selection process. That includes UCF's matchup vs. rival South Florida, which could be moved from its traditional date of the Friday following Thanksgiving. This season, however, only one AAC game will be selected for Black Friday. - Orlando Sentinel


(DS#13 RB) rSr/2023 RB Isaiah BowserCentral Florida
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  Isaiah Bowser ran for 155 yards and two touchdowns, Ryan O'Keefe had 85 yards on seven receptions, and Central Florida earned Sunshine State bragging rights by beating Florida 29-17 in the Gasparilla Bowl on Thursday night. UCF (9-4) took a 26-17 lead late in the third when Daniel Obarski made a 21-yard field goal and Mikey Keene threw a 54-yard scoring strike to O'Keefe in the span of about two minutes. Obarski then made it 29-17 on a 33-yarder with 2:41 to play. "Yeah, we are the best in Florida," said O'Keefe, who also had 110 rushing yards. "We always thought that, but now we finally got to prove it." Florida quarterback Emory Jones, playing in his final game with the Gators before entering the transfer portal, completed 14 of 36 passes for 171 yards.

He also ran for 62 yards on 10 carries. "Not thinking about my future right now," Jones said. "Will talk to my mom and family, and then made a decision." Florida was led by interim coach Greg Knox, who took over when Dan Mullen was fired before the regular-season finale against Florida State. Former Louisiana coach Billy Napier will take over for the 2022 season. Florida (6-7) finished with its first losing record since 2017. The Gators had eight penalties for 85 yards. - Central Florida/AP College Football


(DS#13 RB) rSr/2023 RB Isaiah BowserCentral Florida
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  Isaiah Bowser ran for four touchdowns and Dillon Gabriel accounted for three more scores as UCF defeated Bethune-Cookman 63-14 on Saturday night. The Knights scored six rushing touchdowns as Trillion Coles and Gabriel also cashed in. Gabriel, the starting quarterback added 332 yards passing and two touchdowns. UCF (2-0) had 290 yards on the ground. Coles led the Knights with 78 yards rushing and Bowser added 59 yards. Shannon Patrick threw for 238 yards and both touchdowns for FCS Bethune-Cookman (0-2). UCF had 671 total yards and 37 first downs while holding the Wildcats to 279 yards with just 24 yards on the ground. - Central Florida/AP College Football

(DS#13 RB) rSr/2023 RB Isaiah BowserCentral Florida
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  SEPT 6 AMERICAN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE HONOR ROLL: Isaiah Bowser, Sr., RB, UCF,...Rushed for a career-high 172 yards with a touchdown and had four catches for 29 yards in a 36-31 win against Boise State. - American Athletic Conference Football

(DS#13 RB) rSr/2023 RB Isaiah BowserCentral Florida
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  Isaiah Bowser rushed 172 yards, including the go-ahead touchdown with a little over four minutes remaining, and UCF rallied from a 21-point deficit to beat Boise State 36-31 on Thursday night in a game that began almost three hours late because of lightning-caused delays. The Knights and Broncos were scheduled to start their game at 7:05 p.m., but multiple lightning strikes that appeared within an 8-mile radius resulted in a 9:45 p.m. kickoff. "I think we learned that no matter what adversity we come through, we can come back, fight back, and win," Bowser said. Boise State stormed out to a 21-0 lead before UCF cut the margin to 24-14 by halftime and scored two touchdowns in the third quarter to take its first lead. "They're a bunch of winners - they refuse to let us lose," new head coach Gus Malzahn said. UCF backup safety Dyllon Lester made a game-sealing interception with 2:07 left. - Central Florida/AP College Football

(DS#13 RB) rSr/2023 RB Isaiah BowserCentral Florida
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  UCF coach Gus Malzahn continues to fill out his roster, adding another transfer in former Northwestern running back Isaiah Bowser. Bowser, a 3-star prospect from Sidney, Ohio who was a part of the Wildcats' 2018 recruiting class, announced his decision on social media Friday afternoon. Bowser appeared in 23 games during his time in Evanston, rushing for 1,300 yards and seven touchdowns on 334 carries. His best season was in 2018 when he started nine games and finished with 866 yards and six touchdowns. He started four of Northwestern's first five games last season before injuries forced him into a smaller role, sharing backfield carries with Cam Porter and Drake Anderson. Bowser entered the transfer portal in mid-December and previously committed to playing at Miami of Ohio before decommitting this week. - Orlando Sentinel

(DS#13 RB) rSr/2023 RB Isaiah BowserCentral Florida
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  Isaiah Bowser started his college career with a flourish. He hopes to finish it the same way, albeit at Miami University instead of Northwestern. A 6-foot-1, 220-pound power back, Bowser hopes to display an expanded game in coach Chuck Martin's Miami offense with the help of running backs coach Lamar Conard. "I have aspirations of playing in NFL, and I think he can help me reach that as well as being the best player I can be," Bowser said of Conard in an interview this week. "I think he sees the vision that I see going forward. He knows what I want to do, and he's going to help me do the things I want to do in the future."

After a record-setting career at Sidney, Bowser ran for 866 yards and six touchdowns as a freshman at Northwestern in 2018. His emergence in the second half of that season was huge in the Wildcats' run to the Big Ten West division championship as it gave Northwestern's offense needed balance. Since then, injuries have limited Bowser to only 12 games. He had 204 yards on 59 carries as a sophomore and 230 yards on 78 carries last season. - Hamilton Journal News


(DS#13 RB) rSr/2023 RB Isaiah BowserCentral Florida
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  2019 PRESEASON DOAK WALKER AWARD CANDIDATE: Isaiah Bowser (So.), Northwestern,...Bowser burst on the scene midway through his rookie campaign in 2018 and finished the season with 866 rushing yards, the third most yards by a NU first year in program history. He ranked 12th in the country in rushing yards over the final seven games of the season and was key in the Wildcats earning their first Big Ten West Division title in program history. He rushed for 91.9 yards per game in Big Ten play and had four games with 100-plus rushing yards, including a season-high 166 versus Illinois.

The Sidney, Ohio, native is one of XX of Big Ten players represented on the initial list, including Reggie Corbin (Illinois), J.K. Dobbins (Ohio State), Mohamed Ibrahim (Minnesota), Anthony McFarland (Maryland), Mekhi Sargent (Iowa), Stevie Scott III (Indiana), Rodney Smith (Minnesota) and 2018 winner Jonathan Taylor (Wisconsin). He is also just one of 14 sophomores on the list. - Northwestern Football


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