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  • Alabama

    47 71.21%
  • Notre Dame

    19 28.79%
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    The BCS National Championship Game: Alabama vs. Notre Dame



    BCS National Championship game
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    Location: Sun Life Stadium
    Monday, January 7th, 2013 at 8:30 PM ET
    TV: ESPN


    Players To Watch


    Quarterback

    ~VS~


    AJ McCaron, QB #10
    Everett Golson, QB #5

    Running Back

    ~VS~


    Eddie Lacy, RB #42
    Theo Reddick, RB #6

    Receiving Leader

    ~VS~


    Amari Cooper, WR #9
    Tyler Eifert, TE #80



    Tackles Leader

    ~VS~


    C.J. Mosley LB #32 - 99
    Mant'i Teo, LB #5 - 103


    Sacks Leader

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    Adrian Hubbard, LB #42 - 6.0
    Stephon Tuitt, DE #7 - 12.0


    Interceptions Leader

    ~VS~


    Robert Lester, S #37 - 4
    Manti Te'o, LB #5 - 6


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    Alabama 24 Notre Dame 14

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    ND by 1. 17 to 16
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    Bama 31 - ND 14

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    27-17 Bama

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    Quote Originally Posted by WorldChamps1908 View Post
    Bama 31 - ND 14
    i was gonna say 30-14.

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    B'sCeltsPatsSox, BradyIsTheMan12, JollyRanch, Melo15, Quinnsanity, steelcityroller, tnewkirk, WorldChamps1908

    All of you are banned.

    I think A few of you namely brady and Bcelts this is the 4th banning for you guys for picking against ND. You guys are getting close to a perma ban.
    Therefore he doesn't exist
    So poof...vamoose son of a b itch

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    Quote Originally Posted by behindmydesk View Post
    B'sCeltsPatsSox, BradyIsTheMan12, JollyRanch, Melo15, Quinnsanity, steelcityroller, tnewkirk, WorldChamps1908

    All of you are banned.

    I think A few of you namely brady and Bcelts this is the 4th banning for you guys for picking against ND. You guys are getting close to a perma ban.
    That should make you happy. Since I am wrong so much about ND, they are destined to win. I actually think it will be close, and won't be surprised if Bama loses. It's tough to win back-to-back National Championships, and this Bama team is much more vulnerable than last year's squad.
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    ND 23, Bama 17

    and, to the op, I think Manti had 7 INT's...not important, just sayin'

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fred View Post
    ND 23, Bama 17

    and, to the op, I think Manti had 7 INT's...not important, just sayin'
    no he had 6
    Therefore he doesn't exist
    So poof...vamoose son of a b itch

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    bama 27
    notre dame 3

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    Quote Originally Posted by behindmydesk View Post
    no he had 6
    no, he had 7
    Navy, michigan (2), BYU, Oklahoma, BC, USC

    again, not real important...just sayin'

    he also was tied for most turnovers in CFB with 9 (includes 2 fumble recoveries)

    Manti's stat line

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    Oh snap

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    Pac-12 will officiate Alabama-Notre Dame at BCS Championship Game

    Conference will officiate the BCS Championship Game between Alabama and Notre Dame, national officiating coordinator Rogers Redding said today.

    Officials from the six automatic-qualifying conferences work BCS bowls on a rotation. The Big 12 officiated last year's BCS Championship Game so it won't work any of the five BCS bowls this season. Officials get recommended by their conference coordinator to work bowl games and can't be assigned to any game involving a team from the conference they represent.

    Because of the SEC's seven-year streak in the national championship game, SEC officials have not worked the title game since USC-Oklahoma in the 2004 season. The SEC will officiate the next championship game not involving the SEC.

    Pac-12 officials were involved in a high-profile controversy this season over a goal-line call that went Notre Dame's way at the end of its victory against Stanford.

    Mike Pereira, the former vice president of officiating for the NFL, posted on Twitter that he believed Stanford should have been awarded a touchdown on that final play. Pac-12 officials worked the Notre Dame-Stanford game on the field, and the Big East handled instant replay.

    Pac-12 officials are the most whistle-happy in college football this season. Five Pac-12 teams ranked among the most-penalized teams in the country, and 11 of the league's 12 schools were in the upper half for most penalties.

    Pac-12 Commissioner Larry Scott addressed the high rate of penalty calls during a Q&A in late November on the Pac-12 web site.

    "It's come up a lot this year and I've asked our head of football operations and head of officiating to, once the season is over, do a comparative study," Scott said. "I'd like a thoughtful answer to that question. I suspect that it may have something to do with the style of play and number of plays that get run. There's certain things about West Coast football that is very exciting with the pace and number of plays. It's something that we'll look at more thoroughly."

    Alabama is the sixth least-penalized team in the country at 3.85 per game. Notre Dame ranks tied for 52nd at 5.67 per game.

    Here are the officiating assignments by conference for all 35 bowl games. Names of officials are typically not released publicly until the day of the game.

    ACC: Fiesta, New Mexico, Little Caesars, Cotton

    Big East: Rose, Independence, Outback

    Big Ten: Sugar, Military, Sun, Chick-fil-A, GoDaddy.com

    Big 12: Gator, Capital One, Russell Athletic, BBVA Compass

    Conference USA: Las Vegas, Holiday

    MAC: Poinsettia, Meineke Car Care, Music City

    Mountain West: Kraft Fight Hunger, Liberty, Famous Idaho Potato

    Pac-12: BCS Championship, Pinstripe, Heart of Dallas, Buffalo Wild Wings

    SEC: Orange, Belk, Armed Forces, Alamo

    Sun Belt: Beef 'O' Brady's

    WAC: New Orleans, Hawaii
    http://www.al.com/sports/index.ssf/2..._flyout_sports

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