Central Florida finally got Bama — just not in the sport it originally wanted. The two schools will meet November 29 to face off on the basketball court instead of the gridiron.

UCF was the only FBS team to go undefeated last season, winning the AAC. But they were left out of the playoff and went on to beat Auburn in the Peach Bowl.

Alabama lost to Auburn during the season, but the Crimson Tide made the playoff. The team beat Georgia 26–23 in overtime for the national championship.

Many UCF fans to proclaimed themselves the real national champions. The university threw a parade and gave its players national championship rings to celebrate the undefeated season.

Alabama head coach Nick Saban refuted the national champions claim, yet UCF fans still decalred "We want Bama."

Fans got their wish on Wednesday afternoon but on the basketball court.

UCF vs. Bama? You got it.The ink is dry.???? https://t.co/WGYXa5fXsB pic.twitter.com/MEkwSHqEkj— UCF Knights (@UCFKnights) May 16, 2018

It's the second game in a home-and-home series after UCF defeated then No. 24 Alabama in Tuscaloosa last season. The victory was the Knights' first true road win over a ranked team in program history.