For the second time within six months the controversial Westboro Baptist Church will protest here in Central Texas.
The first time was back in May at Fort Hood.
They'll be at Floyd Casey Stadium protesting the Kansas State Baylor football game Saturday.
The church has some students and Baylor fans livid.
They said they can't comprehend how a "Christian church group" can have so much hate in their hearts.
If you're not familiar with the group, here is a line from their website: "Baylor is no more Baptist and no more Christian than their bear mascots. God hates K-State and God hates Baylor and we'll be there to remind you of it."
During their very controversial pickets, the Westboro Baptist Church holds up signs that say things like "God hates gays" and "pray for more dead soldiers."
Church members said they adhere to the teachings of the bible and preach against all forms of sin.
During the Baylor game the church said they'll be protesting because America puts more value on their sports teams than they do God.
and that Baylor is not a true Baptist University.
"The whole idea of Baylor being a Baptist University is laughable. If you look at what they teach, and how they teach it, it would make any truly God-fearing Baptist laugh," said Westboro Baptist member Charles Hockenbarger
"I some what take offense to it, but at the same time the bible tells us to love our neighbors for who they are so even though their going to be chanting and ranting against us, I think it's their right to do it, but I really don't appreciate it," said Baylor student Aaron Kenniger.
"I don't really feel like it's their place, I understand they have their own opinions and everyone obligated to their own opinions, but I don't think that protesting outside of a football game is really the best place to do it especially because not everybody agrees with them," said Baylor student Eliana Gill.
The Beverly Hills Police will be assisting Baylor police with security, and said the church will have one hour to protest, then will have to leave.