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By now you’ve probably heard about Brent Musburger’s comments regarding AJ McCarron’s girlfriend, Katherine Webb, during the BCS national title game between Alabama and Notre Dame. But now you can hear Katherine Webb’s comments on Brent Musburger’s comments. They’re after the jump.
BCS Title Game Shockers: Two Storied Programs = Lots Of Viewers. Complete Blowout = Not So Many Viewers.
When Notre Dame wrapped up an undefeated regular season and Alabama edged Georgia for the SEC title, assuring the two teams of a meeting at Sun Life Stadium for the national championship, more than a few ESPN bigwigs were undoubtedly ecstatic, dreaming of unprecedented numbers of eyeballs fixed on their network. Did their dreams become reality?
Two Alabama Players About To Win The National Championship Almost Came To Blows In The Ultimate Nick Saban Team Moment
Last night couldn’t have gone much better for Alabama – the Crimson Tide further solidified their status as college football’s preeminent program by dominating Notre Dame 42-14 for their third national title in four years. But that doesn’t mean everything went smoothly.
What Happened Last Night: Alabama Won The Title Again, And The Wizards Beat The Thunder For Some Reason
The night belonged to ‘Bama. The season belongs to ‘Bama. And if Nick Saban & Co. keep this up, the entire decade will belong to ‘Bama too. That, plus a massive NBA upset. Let’s break it down.
Tonight, the two most important college football programs in the history of everything will be lining up and hitting each other in the mouth, and as a public service, we figured we’d provide you with the best (legal!) way to watch Notre Dame vs. Alabama. It’s the BCS National Championship game, and it’s live. On your computer screen.
There was, as usual, a spot in the national title game riding on the outcome of the SEC championship game in Atlanta today, and Georgia and Alabama helped the conference live up to its reputation as the top dog in college football by producing a classic contest – one that went down to the final play. And on that play, things got weird. See the madness after the jump.
Thanks to upset losses to Kansas State and Oregon, Alabama’s national title hopes — feared dead after an upset loss of their own to Texas A&M — have been brought back to life. In the waning moment’s of Stanford’s overtime win in Eugene, a den full of Alabama fans nervously waited as Jordan Williamson lined up for a 37-yard field goal. The kick was good, and a good ol’ fashioned SEC freakout (which comes at the 1:16 mark) was in order. [Friends of the Program via Kegs N' Eggs]
It’s one of the rough things about being a sports fan, that you have zero impact on the outcome of the event in which you’re so invested. It’s a big reason we’re so prone to freaking out when watching: we’re utterly helpless to change whatever happens. Freaking out is the only thing you can do. Just ask this pair of Alabama rooters. [Busted Coverage]
What Happened Last Night: Alabama Rallies, Nets Win Brooklyn Opener, Ray Allen Hits Game-Winning Three
Saturday night’s alright for fighting/partying/anything else. It’s also alright for sports. I think that was the original title, actually. Anyway, in case you were out of the house last night, here’s what you missed in the sports world.
Those Alabama Crimson Tide are pretty good. Very good, in fact, better than every other college football team in the land. But let’s say they took the gridiron against the dregs of the NFL. You and I know there’s absolutely no way they could hold their own. Even the best bunch of amateurs could not defeat the worst of the professionals, but Steve Spurrier’s here to tell you otherwise.