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The stage is set, and what a stage it will be. Alabama will play Notre Dame on Monday, Jan. 7 in the BCS National Championship Game. And despite what Vegas says, the play on the field could very well match the impossible hype that is already underway...
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The SEC will be seeking its seventh consecutive national title, with the Crimson Tide accounting for two of the six previous titles in the string. Alabama rallied from a 21-10 divot past No. 3 Georgia Saturday in the SEC Championship Game Saturday at Atlanta by a Pac-12-ish score, 32-28.
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BCS Bonanza: Alabama Vs. Notre Dame
December 2, 2012
Alabama vs. Notre Dame. The BCS championship game couldn't get much bigger.
The Crimson Tide locked up a spot in the title game in Miami on Jan. 7 with a 32-28 victory over Georgia for the Southeastern Conference championship Saturday.
Sunday's selection show is just a formality.
The hype can begin now for what could be the most-watched BCS title game since the system was implemented in 1998. It'd be hard to find two more popular programs and a more enticing matchup.
The top-ranked Fighting Irish (12-0) have won eight AP national titles — matching Alabama for the most — but none since 1988. They'll be playing in their first BCS championship game.
This post was edited by EGND on 12/2/2012 at 12:15 PM
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