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Alabama Fan Sends Harsh Letter To UCF Player

Fans of the University of Alabama Crimson Tide display their body paint during the game with the Louisiana State University Tigers.

TUSCALOOSA, AL - NOVEMBER 12: Fans of the University of Alabama Crimson Tide display their body paint during the game with the Louisiana State University Tigers on November 12, 2005 at at Bryant-Denny Stadium in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. LSU defeated Alabama 16-13 in overtime. (Photo by Chris Graythen/Getty Images)

Despite not having an actual rivalry on the gridiron, there is definitely some bad blood between UCF and Alabama.

Although the Crimson Tide actually won the national title in 2018, the Knights were self-proclaimed champions for their undefeated season. UCF fans were even begging to face Alabama in the College Football Playoff.

Well the tension between these two programs intensified due to the Knights going perfect again through the regular season. However, the school's 25-game winning streak was snapped in the Fiesta Bowl against LSU.

The Knights jumped out to an early lead over the Tigers, as the defense registered a pick-six in the first half.

Joe Burrow was absolutely leveled by Joe Connors during the interception return, which resulted in Nate Evans standing over the LSU quarterback and taunting him while he was on the ground in pain.

It was heavily criticized by fans all across the country, and it's obvious that one particular Alabama supporter wasn't happy about it.

Evans actually received a letter from Birmingham that contained harsh comments about Evans' taunting during the Fiesta Bowl.

Check it out:

It's not the worst letter in the world, but it's fascinating to see that Alabama fans are interested in UCF's success or downfall.

Considering that Clemson dismantled Alabama in the College Football Playoff, it shouldn't surprise anyone if fans in Orlando try to return the favor.