South Florida AD Woolard finds car vandalized after UCF game
NOV 30, 2013 1:54p ET
Central Florida athletic director Todd Stansbury is "disappointed" and "embarrassed" after someone on UCFs campus vandalized South Florida athletic director Doug Woolard's car Friday during a football game between the two schools in Orlando.
Woolard returned to his car after the game to find its tires slashed, the Tampa Bay Times reported. The vehicle was parked near Bright House Networks Stadium, where Central Florida hosts football games.
"I want to publicly apologize to Doug," Stansbury said in a statement. "I'm disappointed and embarrassed that his happened at our facility. I'm thankful our friends at Carl Black (Orlando auto dealership) came through with transportation for him to get back home. We always encourage good sportsmanship and responsible behavior and this was neither."
Orlando police are investigating the incident, but have not elaborated except to confirm the vandalism occurred Friday night.
South Florida defensive end Aaron Lynch expressed his displeasure via Twitter:
Vandalized our AD's car.... Yall put something in our soap after tha game... UCF... Unbeleivable....— Aaron Lynch (@LGhost_Killa19) November 30, 2013
No. 19 Central Florida won the game 23-20, keeping alive its hopes to crash the BCS party.