UCF sign challenges Alabama to home-and-home series

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Well, maybe not seriously, but fans of the university apparently do.

UCF fans continued to troll the college football world when they put up a billboard asking Alabama for a home and home series.

UCF may be letting its undefeated 13-0 season go to its head after topping it off with the 34-27 Peach Bowl victory over the Tigers.

Georgia's Deandre Baker knocks the ball away from Alabama's Calvin Ridley during the second half of Monday's national championship game Monday, Jan. 8, 2018, in Atlanta. UCF claims it is the true national champion because it's the only undefeated team on the FBS level.

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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). Saban joins the late Alabama coach Paul "Bear" Bryant as the only coaches with five AP titles. "I mean, I'm fine with it", he went on.

The Knights received a No. 6 final ranking by the AP and also received four first-place votes, which was the first time in the College Football Playoff era their champion (Alabama) was not a unanimous No. 1.

If UCF and Alabama played this year, the Tide would've been favorites, as they are against every team they play. The Knights defeated the Crimson Tide 40-38 back in 2000 in the first and only meeting between the two schools.