It was UCF’s first bowl victory in school history.
The 6-foot-5, 211-pound Durham caught three passes in the game for 47 yards.
Durham finished the 2010 regular season second behind only A.J. Green in reception yards. He caught 29 passes for 612 yards. He led the team with 21.1 yards per catch and found the endzone three times.
The 2010 season was a memorable one for Durham, who missed all of 2009 with a torn labrum in his left shoulder.
Playing as the team’s top receiver with the absence of Green in the first four games, Durham took advantage of the opportunity recording games with a total of 83, 76, 101, and 64-yards.
After missing the fifth game to Colorado due to an injury, Durham bounced back two games later with his best performance, a four reception, 112-yard and one TD day against Tennessee.
In 2008 Durham appeared in 10 games, including four starts, and had 13 catches for 199 yards, and a touchdown. After returning from a broken hand, he caught three passes for 32 yards in the 2009 Capital One Bowl.
Durham played in 13 games, with one start in 2007 and had 11 receptions for 169 yards. He recorded three catches for 48 yards in Georgia’s 41-10 rout of No. 10 Hawaii in the Sugar Bowl.
In his freshman season back in 2006, Durham played in 13 games, including two starts, and had eight catches for 82 yards. Georgia went on to win the Chick-fil-A Bowl that year.
Durham has signed with an agent and plans to enter the NFL draft later this year.
Also playing in the Liberty bowl were former Calhoun players Ty Frix (UGA), Rhett McGowan (UGA) and Cody Ralston (UCF). Ralston, a redshirt freshman, did not dress in the game.