A group of unidentified Knights fans put up a billboard congratulating Alabama on its win over Georgia and simultaneously challenging the Tide to a home-and-home series. The Knights were the only undefeated FBS team this season. Auburn, coincidentally, is the only team that beat the Tide in their title-winning season.
Thirty-seven fans of the team raised $1,665 on a GoFundMe page to pay for a digital billboard ad that reads, "Congratulations Alabama".
Soren Petro, a radio show host in Kansas City, inexplicably gave UCF their lowest ranking at No. 10 behind teams such as Auburn (which UCF obviously beat head-to-head) and Miami (which lost their home bowl game).
BC-FBC-T25-College Football Poll, 133 Alabama is No. 1 in final AP poll for 11th time; UCF 6thAP Photo CFP254, FLORL102Eds: APNewsNow. So what did Alabama head coach Nick Saban think about it? Rick Scott issued a proclamation declaring the Knights as national champions as well.
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The Alabama Crimson Tide won their fifth national championship in nine seasons Monday night when they defeated the Georgia Bulldogs 26-23 in an epic College Football Playoff National Championship Game.
But before you dismiss UCF and Bama outright, believe it or not, they've played before. The Knights received four first-place votes and were one of just two teams to receive first-place votes.
They hold the bragging rights, but the next meeting could be very different.