After a nail-biting National Championship game Monday, the Crimson Tide defeated the Georgia Bulldogs 26-23 in overtime. 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. So, they put up a billboard in Tuscaloosa, Ala., where the University of Alabama is located, asking Nick Saban and the Tide for a home-and-home series.
The school declared itself the national champion team, even throwing a celebratory parade at Walt Disney World.
"We felt like this year's team could run with anyone in the country, and the Peach Bowl win [over Auburn] proved that", explained ringleader Sean Barakett, who says he contributed $100 toward the campaign.
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The University of Central Florida has beaten Auburn. The billboard read: "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). And the Knights should be praised for their 13-0 finish that included a victory against Auburn in the Peach Bowl on January 1. They played a far harder schedule, of course, which is why they made the Playoff while UCF was relegated to a lesser-but-still-good Peach Bowl. SEC fans can laugh all they want, but you can't argue with UCF until Alabama beats them.
UCF (13-0, 8-0 AAC) is ranked No. 6 in the AP poll.