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Alabama Crimson Tide will be the BCS Champions in 2012.

Updated on September 22, 2012

The tide is ready to roll.

I am gonna go ahead and let you know that the university of Alabama is going to win another BCS national championship in 2012.

I told you last year that they would win it and they did (Click here to read last years hub)... and guess what they are gonna do it again.

I will even tell you who they are going to face for the national championship, it is going to be the USC Trojans simply because they are loaded with talent and have a cream puff schedule.

The Trojans are coached by Lane Kiffin and that will be one of the reasons why Alabama will beat them like they stole something from them, although the fact that Alabama has the best coach in all of football and will play extremely well on both sides of the ball should not be overlooked.

Update

Since U.S.C. can't beat Stanford I am gonna say that it will be Alabama against Florida St. for the national championship.

Key Games

The tide faces 3 top 10 teams in 2012 and in state rival Auburn

  • Michigan #8
  • Arkansas #10
  • LSU #3
  • Auburn

Alabama will have a tough road to the BCS title game this year simply because of the SEC's talent,it is so hard to play against that level of talent week after week but one thing is for sure coach Nick Saban will have the tide ready for every game they play this year,do yourself a favor and go see Alabama play this year,you will be witnessing history.

Can I get a roll tide roll?



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  • Faith Reaper profile image

    Faith Reaper 

    6 years ago from southern USA

    ROLL TIDE ROLL!!! And they are continuing to ROLL TIDE ROLL !!!In His Love, Faith Reaper

  • BLACKANDGOLDJACK profile image

    Jack Hazen 

    6 years ago from Blitzburgh area

    I love Joe Namath.

    Now, on topic, yeah I like Alabama. I mean to win it all. But LSU and USC and Oklahoma are right there too. I don't see any other team being in the mix to win the big one.

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