FSU, Auburn fans hit Disneyland while they wait for championship game

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ANAHEIM, Calif. - The Florida State University Seminoles spent Friday afternoon on the practice field in Costa Mesa, Calif., preparing for Monday night's BCS Championship game against the Auburn Tigers. Like all of their workouts, Friday's was closed to the public.

While the team practiced, Channel 9 anchor Greg Warmoth went in search of college football fans and caught up with some at Disneyland.

Disneyland is the biggest tourist destination in southern California, and like Disney World in central Florida, this is a busy time of year.

In the sea of tourists, Warmoth found some football fans. One family was sporting the orange and blue of Auburn.

"War eagle. (We're) here to support Auburn," one fan told Warmoth.

One group was sporting the orange and blue of the Florida Gators.

"You're not rooting for the Seminoles?" Warmoth asked.

"No. Go Auburn," was the reply.

Later Warmoth spotted a family wearing garnet and gold.

"I've been to the one in Orlando, thought we would go to this one," said one of the family members.

As for the game, some Auburn fans said they have plans for their celebration.

"I'm going to Disneyland," said an Auburn fan.

FSU backers said they plan on doing the celebrating after Monday night's game.

"(We're going to) Disney World in Orlando," an FSU fan said.