Allstate National Championship Game

And so they meet again… Two months after LSU and Alabama played in the season’s most anticipated regular-season game, they renewed hostilities in New Orleans at the Superdome, this time for the Allstate BCS National Championship. The undefeated (13-0) LSU Tigers took the first meeting, 9-6 in overtime, and closed out the season by capturing the SEC Championship. Alabama’s lone blemish was the loss to LSU and they entered the game as the second-rated team in the country (11-1), but their historically dominant defense was no match for the Tigers and the Crimson Tide walked away with their second National Championship title in three years. Tide quarterback, AJ McCarron, finished 23-of-34 yards for 234 yards and no interceptions and it was the first time in a BCS bowl game the opponent was held scoreless.

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