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Andy Wittry | NCAA.com | December 3, 2017

Undefeated college football teams in 2017

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After a season of brilliant football, here we are: UCF is the country's last remaining undefeated team. No. 5 Wisconsin was felled late by Ohio State in the Big 10 Championship game. The Knights held off Memphis in the AAC Championship game, winning 62-55 in overtime.

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Here is the listing for the final undefeated team:

No. 14 UCF (12-0)

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In a rematch from September, UCF and Memphis combined for 117 points and went all the way to overtime in the highest-scoring conference championship game ever before the Knights managed to snag a walk-off interception to keep their perfect season intact. The Knights have scored 111 points in their last two games, and won 12 games without a loss just two years after losing 12 games without a win. All that's left is to find out their bowl game fate.

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