UCF Fans Buy Billboard in Tuscaloosa Challenging Alabama to Play Their Team


Yes, that is a billboard in Tuscaloosa - paid for by UCF fans - essentially challenging Alabama to a home-and-home series with the Knights. The Colley Matrix, which was one of the six computer formulas used in the BCS, instead ended the season with undefeated UCF as the No. 1 team.

The University of Central Florida has beaten Auburn.

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Thirty-seven fans of the team raised $1,665 on a GoFundMe page to pay for a digital billboard ad that reads, "Congratulations Alabama. How about a home and home series with UCF?"

The UCF Knights recently completed their best season in school history, finishing 13-0 with a win over Auburn in the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl. A big part of the reason UCF was ranked No. 12 in the final College Football Playoff rankings (UCF moved up to No. 6 in the final AP rankings) was its schedule. Saban joins the late Alabama coach Paul "Bear" Bryant as the only coaches with five AP titles. Rick Scott issued a proclamation declaring the Knights as national champions as well.

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UCF fans bought a billboard advertisement in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, congratulating the University of Alabama for winning the national championship on Monday and asking if the Crimson Tide would like to play their team.

But before you dismiss UCF and Bama outright, believe it or not, they've played before.

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They hold the bragging rights, but the next meeting could be very different.