The Westboro Baptist Church made for an interesting day in Waco.
The extremist group came to protest at the Baylor-Kansas State game because of the large crowds.
Saturday's football tail gating quickly turned into a shouting match.
For most college football fans, game day equals a fun day.
"We have a son that's in the Baylor University band so we come out and we just tail gate and have a good time," said Baylor dad Joe Jones.
"It's an outstanding day, I get to be down here with my family and friends, you couldn't ask for a better day," said K-State fan Rex Oliver.
But these Baylor and K-State fans got more than they were expecting.
The Westboro Baptist Church chose to picket the game because they said America puts more value in their sports teams than they do in God.
"They're filthy to the enth degree, God says love your neighbor and he says the way you do that is you warn him that his sin will take him to hell," said Westboro Baptist Church spokeswoman Shirley Phelps-Roper.
Hearing answers like that and seeing their signs brought Baylor students and alumni to a breaking point.
"He said to love thy neighbor as thyself, and if she loves everyone here she would not be bringing out these signs," said Baylor grad Jordan D'Ardenne.
"They have signs out here saying God hates gays, God hates sluts, God hates fags, these terrible atrocity things that they shouldn't be saying, God doesn't hate those people," said Baylor student Christian Rambeau.
With their own signs, chants, and crazy costumes, Baylor supporters gave the church a little bit of their own medicine.
As the evening wrapped up, there was one thing these students wanted the group to know.
"Whenever God sees us sinning, God says I love you, I sent my son to die for you, I want a relationship with you, I don't hate you," said Rambeau.
The church spent about an hour protesting, then were told to leave.
They will be protesting Sunday in Austin at the Formula 1 races.