I think that they will play LSU again...do you think they might win?
I think about it this way. Alabama had every chance in the world to beat LSU in Tuscaloosa and failed. True that one pass could have been a reception as opposed to an interception and those kicks could have been good, but they weren't. If they play again it's a home game for LSU in New Orleans. I don't think they can beat them on the road with the terrible special teams they have. They can't kick the ball or defend run backs very well. Defense wins games but they both have great defenses so it boils down to special teams. LSU wins by 14 this time.
I don't know about that, I think Alabama by a FG
LSU would certainly have the edge in a rematch, which is why most of the country is rooting for anyone to skip ahead of 'Bama in the BCS, even though we all know it's a longshot. If LSU and Alabama do play again for the national title and LSU wins again, there is going to be a lot more grumbling about the BCS. I agree that if you can't beat a team on your home turf, you shouldn't be given a chance to beat that same team again for the national title.
It is interesting ,it sure looks like L.S.U. and Alabama will play the B.C.S championship game.The L.S.U. Georgia Sec championship game has a back seat.(even if L.S.U. was upset they play.I think the Bulldogs would have to get lucky with turnovers to ever win.Alabama in my opinion has the best team in the nation.They can beat any team more times than any team can beat them. (lol) They have a great running back and a style of defense second to none this year.
damn habee did you watch the last few uga and lsu games there were good. We have a chance!
Sounds to me like a whole bunch of jealous angst. The state of Alabama 3 consecutive National Champs and 3 consecutive Heisman winners. Then there's the S.E.C with the 6th consecutive National Champion representative. War Damn Eagle!
If the bastards would have let the undefeated 2004 Auburn team play for the NC the SEC would have 7 of the last 8. Don't let my profile pic fool you, I had to move to Louisiana to work and was forced (sic) to wear the LSU hat. Since then I have discovered that the coach is the Mad Hatter and the fans are Ass Hatters.
I must be reading the forums way too much! When I saw this forum entry I thought it said 'Can Obama win the BCS championship?' :d
Well? Could he? Which team would he play for, and which position??
Believe me UGA fans, you don't have much of a chance. Hogs were playing great ball, steadily improved all year, and you saw what LSU did to us. I would like to see Dawgs win, but then LSU will go to the BCS title game anyway which is wrong if they don't even win their conference. LSU and Bama are the 2 best teams in the country by a long shot, so they should play for the championship no matter who doesn't like it. I expect Bama to win. Rematches usually go to the first loser
by Michael Willis7 years ago
What a match-up this game will be. I will take Alabama as the early favorite.
by Paul Edmondson7 years ago
The BCS National Championship game kicks off at 5PM PST or 8PM EST.I'm taking Texas and ordering pizza to watch it with my daughters:)
by AskAshlie34336 years ago
Who do you guys think will win and why?
by Paul Edmondson6 years ago
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by Mark5 years ago
I SAY NO ALABAMA IS GONNA BE THE BCS NATIONAL CHAMPS AGAIN.AND I LOVE IT ROLL TIDE
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