UCF Baseball Pulled Off The Ultimate Troll Of Clemson After A Series Sweep

A view at Memorial Stadium in Clemson.

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The UCF baseball team made light work of their opponent over the weekend then trolled them in the best way possible. The Knights’ disrespect has now gone viral on social media.

Central Florida faced off against Clemson on the road in a recent three-game set. Despite entering as the underdog, they were able to take the Tigers down in each contest.

Break out the brooms.

Game 1 saw the Knights score a pair of ninth inning runs to escape with a 4-2 victory. That matchup was actually suspended due to weather conditions in the area and forced to finish up on Saturday.

The two teams then played a second game, but the result would not change.

UCF knocked the cover off of the baseball, scoring 10 runs on its way to win No. 2 of the weekend. Game 3 was no different as the Knights completed the sweep with a 13-6 victory.

After dominating the hosting Tigers for the majority of the series, they celebrated by trolling one of Clemson’s most notable traditions.

Knights players ran down the hill at Memorial Stadium, making Death Valley the location of the most exciting 25 seconds in college baseball, too.

It’s not the first time we’ve seen a baseball team take over a football facility after a big win. Last season, the Tennessee Vols invaded The Swamp after a snagging a series against Florida on the road.

Baseball fans were quick to comment on UCF’s antics.

One Central Florida supporter wrote, “Clemson fans are actually mad about this it’s so funny.”

Another person commented, “So disrespectful. I love it.”

Power move from the Knights.