Alabama Wins Second Straight National Title With 42-14 Shellacking Of Notre Dame

Jan 7, 2013; Miami, FL, USA; Alabama Crimson Tide tight end Michael Nysewander (46) celebrates after the 2013 BCS Championship game against the Notre Dame Fighting Irish at Sun Life Stadium. Alabama won 42-14. Mandatory Credit: Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports

The Alabama Crimson Tide steamrolled Notre Dame in the BCS National Championship game by a score of 42-14. The game was never in doubt after Alabama was able to jump out to a 21-0 first quarter lead. They never looked back.

Alabama’s win game the Southeastern Conference their seventh national championship in a row and third title in four years for the Crimson Tide. During the win, Alabama quarterback AJ McCarron set a new school record for most passing touchdowns in a career.

The Crimson Tide offensive line was the big difference in the game opening up running lanes for Eddie Lacy and TJ Yeldon at ease.

For Notre Dame, it was as poor of a performance as you can put up in a big game. The Fighting Irish defensive unit wanted no part of the Alabama rushing attack and they missed tackle after tackle as Alabama continued to roll.

It may go down as one of the worst national title games in history, but at least we all got to witness the making of a dynasty.

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