UCF should have played in college championship

UCF should have played in college championship”

So instead of watching another football game Monday night, it was a night for the Knights.

But folks, there is a team out there that's won just five conference championships that has won its last meeting with both Alabama and Georgia.

UCF football fans on Sunday packed the hometown theme park emblematic of championship celebrations, cheering their team's Cinderella season near Cinderella's castle at Disney World in Orlando.

"I understand the argument of whether or not UCF should have been in the championship", he told CBS, "but I know a lot of people in our program, myself included, felt insulted by the rankings". He has kept alive UCF's national-championship narrative by scheduling a national-championship parade, paying coaches their national-championship bonuses and ordering players their national-championship rings.

"At some point in the future, it will be time to decide what to do at the end of the 12-year contract and that's when we'll think about it", Hancock said. Can you imagine if the NFL eliminated the Jacksonville Jaguars from a chance at competing for the Super Bowl because they don't have the history, tradition or fan base of the Pittsburgh Steelers or the New England Patriots?

That team is undefeated UCF, which has already declared itself national champion before the title game begins.

Scott released a proclamation on Monday declaring the UCF Knights as college football's national champion. The top four teams as selected by the committee enter the playoff for the national title. During the past week, ESPN, the SEC Network, the New York Times, the Washington Post, Yahoo Sports and every other national media outlet has been endlessly discussing UCF.

The 12 members of the CFP selection committee certainly appeared to have an agenda against UCF. "And now they have that". This team deserves better. Red would be the obvious choice - being the color of both teams - but we fully expect some Brand Manager sold the PepsiCo CMO on how using purple will propel the sales of Gatorade Fierce Grape into the stratosphere.

With 2:24 left in the fourth quarter, Alabama quarterback Andrew Zow, who threw four picks on the day, threw a 10-yard touchdown to put his team up 38-37. The sleepy giant is wide awake and sprinting.

Not only that, but he just had his first cup of coffee.

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