In the latest chapter of “everybody gets a trophy,” the Central Florida Knights celebrated their undefeated 2017 season with national championship rings.

The Knights debuted them during the team’s spring game on Saturday.

Junior quarterback McKenzie Milton led the Knights offense as he completed 14 of 21 pass attempts for 183 yards and two touchdowns in first-year coach Josh Heupel’s offense.

But the story was the celebration of the past year.


— UCF Football (@UCF_Football) April 21, 2018

The team’s Twitter account announced to the social media world that Central Florida has the “only 2017 undefeated national championship ring.”

The [?] [?] [?] [?] 2017 undefeated national championship ring.#ChargeOn

— UCF Football (@UCF_Football) April 22, 2018

Show off that bling, fellas [?]

— UCF Football (@UCF_Football) April 22, 2018

Been waiting on this for a while[?] [?] [?]

— Marlon Williams (@TheReall__6) April 22, 2018

“This is motivation right here! We gotta get another one of these!”

Enjoy the moment Nate Evans got his natty [?]

— UCF Football (@UCF_Football) April 22, 2018

“This is what it’s all about right here!”

You earned that bling, @TreQuanSmithUCF #BuiltByUCF

— UCF Football (@UCF_Football) April 22, 2018

The Knight have, no doubt, embraced this whole national championship thing.

The university unveiled a decorated police cruiser last week, honoring the Knights’ undefeated team.

Last week, former Alabama star Minkah Fitzpatrick said he was more than willing to accommodate Central Florida’s request at a shot at the College Football Playoff national championship.

It all started in January after the Knights’ ended their season with a 34-27 win over Auburn in the Peach Bowl.

Central Florida athletic director Danny White proclaimed his team national champs. Later in the month, the Knights hung a championship banner at the practice facility.

And, of course, the Florida House unanimously