When Alabama took its opening drive and ran right through Notre Dame’s defense in the BCS National Championship Game Monday night, little did the more than 80,000 fans at Sun Life Stadium know it was the beginning of a massive crimson tidal wave.
The Alabama Crimson Tide enter the Bowl Championship Series national championship game with most oddsmakers and media pundits picking them to beat the Notre Dame Fighting Irish. But if there’s one thing the BCS has taught everyone is that its full of surprises.
The term dynasty gets thrown around in sports a lot, but for the Alabama Crimson Tide, a victory in Monday’s Bowl Championship Series national championship game would cement the team’s legacy in history.
Less than 24 hours after the Orange Bowl ended, the preparations are already underway for the Bowl Championship Series national championship game at Sun Life Stadium.
The college football season will come to an end in a little less than two weeks in South Florida when the Alabama Crimson Tide face off against the Notre Dame Fighting Irish in the Bowl Championship Series National Championship game at Sun Life Stadium.
Nick Saban will be returning to the city he so infamously said he wouldn’t be leaving to coach the Alabama Crimson Tide, coincidentally enough as the head coach of the Crimson Tide.
Florida Atlantic coach Carl Pellini knew he was going to have a tough job trying to build a program at the school, but it doesn’t get any tougher than what Pellini has to face this weekend when his Owls team heads to Tuscaloosa to play the number one ranked Alabama Crimson Tide.
In 45 years, the Miami Dolphins have been coached by eight men, until Monday, when yet another change was made and Tony Sparano was replaced by Assistant Head Coach Todd Bowles.