Today, in bless their hearts

Speaking of messing up a good thing, it sounds like a bunch of UCF fans are making plans to crash the (Cocktail) party.

UCF fans are planning to bus from nearby Orlando to invade College GameDay, according to a Facebook event that’s making the rounds on social media. It’s being sponsored by UCF alum Chad Barr, the attorney who arranged for the Knights’ “co-champion” banner to be flown in Camping World Stadium during Alabama’s season opener against Louisville.

According to the event page, the invasion is being staged “to show the country what UCF Nation is all about and that we will not be silenced or back down from anyone.”

So, what you’re saying is that you’ve got a bunch of folks who plan on sticking their faces into a alcohol-fueled tailgate of fans of two programs with a lot riding on the game to make an irrelevant point in as irritating a manner as possible?

This isn’t going to end well, I’m afraid.  But, hey, you be you.


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22 responses to “Today, in bless their hearts

  1. These people are beyond idiots.


  2. Jeff Sanchez

    As with most things in life, we can blame Auburn

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  3. 81Dog

    I guess what UCF Nation is all about is being needy little bitches who scream “heyyyyyy, look at usssssssss!” Maybe they all have a future working in the media. Old school narcissists would approve of this ploy, if it didn’t divert attention from them.


  4. ASEF

    As long as UCF has to bus its fans to SEC games, it will remain… UCF.

    Get people to come to your games, Knights. Pretty simple concept.


  5. Uglydawg

    Next thing you know, UCF fans will be harassing Mullen and Smart out of restaurants.

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  6. Vidaliaway

    Same people who yell “you the man” at golf tournaments. Very irritating.


    • Macallanlover

      Or, “get in the hole” on every shot, including 600 yard Par 5 tee shots. UCF fans, sad. Taking away from the best season ever with this silliness. What is stop undefeated HS champs in many states?


  7. Gaskilldawg

    Speaking of GameDay, I saw it will set up in Parking Lot P, which is that big lot next to the stadium on the west. The lot is divided into a Bulldog section and a Gator section, and donors paid big bucks for those spaces. Can you imagine how pissed McGill Society folks will b3 when they pull into the area and find GameDay has taken their spaces?


  8. Bill Glennon

    “We will not be silenced or back down from anyone” — the slogan of every person with a disagreement nowadays. I guess everybody has to have an existential fight against injustice to feed their inner martyr.

    Jung was right about the collective unconscious. The archetypes scream out, not matter how trivial the cause.

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  9. moe pritchett

    The drunk Bulldawg fans will laugh and point a lot. The inebriated mulleted gayter fan wearing jorts throws punches. Hey, it’s home folks


  10. Otto

    I do congratulate UCF, UGA and UF may finally find something to unite over in Jax.

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  11. AusDawg85

    Really Chad?


  12. Randall Adams

    In the words of Forrest Gump’s Mother – “Stupid is that Stupid does”


  13. Uglydawg

    This will be UCF’s most Spartacus moment ever.


  14. The Dawg abides

    It’s past time for the big boys to break away from the piss ant programs. The power 5 plus ND. Keep the playoff and bowl structure the way it is, pay all scholarship players 50k a year stipend to cover all expenses (like off campus meals and housing), let players profit from their likeness, lifetime medical for conditions related directly to their time with the program, and free tuition to finish degrees after eligibility. One centralized office overseeing full time officials, who would work games regionally but avoiding conflicts of interest with their college affiliation.
    The group of five can do whatever the hell they want to do.


    • This would definitely be a big step in the right direction.


    • Dolly Llama

      Rejigger all the P5 teams into a P4 and let the four conference championship games serve as a play-in to the final field of four, and there’s the perfect way to get an 8-team playoff, a rep from each major conference, and no additional wear and tear (or bye weeks) for any of the teams/athletes.