When all the ballots were counted and computers finished their calculations, two teams, once again, stood above the rest in college football: LSU and Alabama.
LSU has been unquestionably the best team in college football this season and should be playing in front of a favorable crowd in the Superdome. The Tigers have won the last two BCS championship games that have been played. And with their balanced offense and suffocating defense, they should be favored to make it three in row.
Alabama running back Trent Richardson may very well need to make some extra room in his bag to pack a Heisman trophy when he leaves for New Orleans. The Crimson Tide's best player has been nothing short of dominant against tough SEC defenses amassing over 1,500 yards and 20 rushing touchdowns this season. Richardson played well in his team's loss to the Tigers in November accumulating 89 yards on the ground and 80 yards receiving.
Will LSU complete their undefeated season? Or will Alabama avenge their November loss and take home the BCS title? Which team will win the BCS National Championship game?
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