An Open Letter to UCF Bandwagon Fans

**Here at the Stallion, we encourage all of our readers have a voice, so this week we are choosing to run an open letter, written by a Knight’s football fan, who feels his enthusiastic support for the Knights is being lost in the shuffle of the growing crowds at UCF home games.**

Listen up, “sports fans.” I’m sure you’re all here because the UCF Knights football team is 6-0 for the first time in program history. And while I’m confident many of you couldn’t tell a football from a hockey puck, I’ve got a few words for you.

That’s right, snowflakes; we’re talking sports balls.

There’s a lot of bandwagon buzz on campus about the football team being undefeated, and it’s really starting to grind my gears. We’ve got people who’ve never made it to a game showing pride for their University — and it’s taking glory away from real sports fans like me!

All I’m saying is, if you couldn’t handle UCF football at our 0-12, you damn sure don’t deserve us at our 6-0!

I mean, lately I can’t go a day on campus without hearing some POSER (sporting his fresh, still-got-the-tags-on-in-case-we-start-losing-again UCF Knights football shirt) talking about how excited he is for this weekend’s game.

WELL GUESS WHAT, BUDDY? I’VE BEEN EXCITED ABOUT UCF FOOTBALL SINCE THE DAY I FIRST SET FOOT ON CAMPUS SIX AND A HALF YEARS AGO.

Half of you fake fans probably don’t even understand the complexities of the Scott Frost spread offense and how he’s using the jet motion to establish what coverage the defense is in.

In fact, I bet you couldn’t even tell me UCF’s leading receiver’s blood type or what his favorite after school snack was in the fourth grade (it was Dunkaroos, obviously).

You’ve got the nerve to call yourselves football fans, and honestly it makes me sick. Well, your time is up guys and girls, because the players know who the real fans are, and we will be judged accordingly when the Lord and Savior of UCF Football, Blake Bortles, returns.

This article was written by our resident expert on all things sports, Scorepoints Ballsman. 

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