Six Flags makes national championship bet with Alabama water park

"The Scorcher" rollercoaster is in danger of being renamed the "Alabama Scorcher" for a weekend if UGA loses on Monday. That simply isn't acceptable.
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"The Scorcher" rollercoaster is in danger of being renamed the "Alabama Scorcher" for a weekend if UGA loses on Monday. That simply isn't acceptable.

Forget state pride, the name of our rollercoasters are at stake.

Six Flags Over Georgia has entered into a friendly wager with an Alabama water park to rename rides at each park for a weekend depending on who wins the national championship game Monday.

Austell's Six Flags announced the bet Thursday with a Facebook post.


If Bama wins, Six Flags has to rename the “Scorcher” to the “Alabama Scorcher” for its opening weekend, March 10 and 11.

But if UGA wins, Alabama Splash Adventure will rename its “Rampage” rollercoaster to the “Georgia Rampage” for opening weekend.


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The Bessemer water park also posted on Facebook about the bet, agreeing to change the name “if Georgia pulls out a miracle and wins over the Crimson Tide.”

Oh yeah?

Well, maybe there's a reason rapper Gucci Mane lives in Cobb County instead of his hometown — Bessemer. Your move, Alabama Splash Adventure.


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