Dec 7, 2013; Charlotte, NC, USA; Florida State Seminoles running back James Wilder Jr. (32) wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin (1) and wide receiver Kenny Shaw (81) celebrate with fans after defeating the Duke Blue Devils at Bank of America Stadium. FSU defeated Duke 45-7. Mandatory Credit: Jeremy Brevard-USA TODAY Sports

2013 BCS National Championship: Florida State vs. Auburn likely

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All of the chaos of Championship Saturday is now complete, and after all of it, it seems as if we will have a match up between the ACC and the SEC in the BCS National Championship Game in Pasadena.

The top-ranked Florida State Seminoles took care of business tonight against the Duke Blue Devils in the ACC Championship Game, 45-7. With that win, the Seminoles will now head off to Pasadena to play for their first national title since 1999. It’s been a magical season for head coach Jimbo Fisher, redshirt freshman phenom QB Jameis Winston and the rest of Florida State.

But, the question for the last week was all about who the ‘Noles would be playing.

After Saturday, that answer seems to be the miracle men themselves, the Auburn Tigers.

Auburn took care of their business on Saturday against Missouri in Atlanta. All they needed was a little help from the Michigan State Spartans, who would need to beat Urban Meyer and the second-ranked Ohio State Buckeyes, which they ultimately did.

So now, the match up on Jan. 6 is all but set. The announcement should be official on Sunday night.

Can Auburn keep the SEC streak alive in the last season of the BCS, or will the Seminoles and their vaunted attack stop this amazing run that Gus Malzahn and crew are on?

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