Found November 02, 2012 on NESN.com:
Last year's BCS National Championship Game featured two of college football's most preeminent football programs, and two of its fiercest rivals. Nick Saban led Alabama to their second national title in three seasons and Les Miles' LSU Tigers endured a miserable end to a near-perfect season. The two powerhouses will meet in Baton Rouge, La. this weekend and some of both schools' most famous alumni will be there. Among them will be Stevan Ridley. With the Patriots on bye this week, Ridley, who starred at LSU from 2008-2010, told reporters on Thursday that he's headed back to his alma mater for what might be the biggest game of the year. "I'll be down in Baton Rouge, watching the LSU-Bama game, of course," an excited Ridley said of his weekend plans. "I gotta go see my boys play and try to get this upset." The second-year running back obviously understands the importance of Saturday's game at Tigers Stadium...
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