Alabama players troll UCF with national championship rings
Alabama received their national championship rings and did a little trolling at the expense of the UCF Golden Knights.
On Monday, members of the Crimson Tide football team received their rings for winning this year’s college football national championship. Unsurprisingly, players took to social media to show off their hardware. Tide players Mac Hereford and Isaiah Buggs included shots at UCF in their posts on Twitter, with Hereford tagging UCF in his tweet and Buggs calling Bama “the real” champs.
Hey @UCF_Football pic.twitter.com/b8zYZBLiUH
— Mac Hereford (@Mac_Hereford) April 23, 2018
The Real CHAMPS pic.twitter.com/qJDnSimCSt
— Isaiah D. Buggs (@BigPooh_91) April 23, 2018
UCF has embraced the notion they should have been the national champions for last season after going a perfect 13-0. They went to Disney World to celebrate their “championship.” The UCFPD even got a national championship car.
The Golden Knights have faced some backlash for their claim, though. Kirk Herbstreit criticized the school for their national title talk. Alabama’s Damien Harris has already trolled UCF. Now, his teammates are joining in.