UCF Fans Buy Billboard In Tuscaloosa, Challenging Alabama To Home-And-Home Series
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Not being able to have their 13-0 team take on Alabama will be something UCF fans will be talking about for the rest of their lives. They want it so bad, a few of them bought this billboard in Tuscaloosa challenging the Crimson Tide to home-and-home series...


Would be an awesome game to watch. Who would win?

(SB Nation)
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21 Comments
Bama is chicken, by if they did lose it would give them another astrik beside the already "Title" this year
Reply4 days
Hey idiot. It's "asterisk." You keep misspelling it on every thread and making yourself look like a dumbass.
4 days
Meant to do that REC
4 days
It's like your brother's jr high team winning a game and then challenging the varsity. Once about every 10 years UCF jr has a decent team and they think that they are a dynasty.
Reply7 days
No way Bama plays @ UCF. Maybe UCF can travel to Tuscaloosa twice. Good try though.
Reply7 days
Do they realize Frost is no longer there??
Reply7 days
LSU fans started the "We Want Bama" movement in 2011
Reply7 days
File this under "Be careful what you wish for"
Reply7 days
Why not just schedule one game at Bama if UCF is so damn confident?
Reply7 days
Thanks auburn
Reply7 days
LOL auburn did not do a single thing right for the last 2 months
7 days
Bama with Tua would beat them by 40
Reply7 days
Maybe if Scott Frost was still there... maybe.
Reply7 days
Gutsy coming from a school whose stadium is smaller than a Texas high school’s.
Reply7 days
Let's kick Mizzou out of the SEC and replace them with UCF.
Reply7 days
I actually like this idea.
7 days
Agreed. Mizzou just doesn't fit in the SEC.
7 days
We fit in your mom just fine
7 days
That would not be a good series.
Reply7 days
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