Well...that's what a dynasty looks like.
Alabama rode into Miami as the biggest favorite in BCS title game history, and rode out with their third title in four years (though they'll probably claim six of them) and a vice grip on the sport like we haven't seen in decades. The Tide extended the SEC's title run to seven years, became the first champion to repeat in the BCS era, justified that Nick Saban statue, and absolutely thugged the nation's #1 defense on their way to a 42-14 pasting of the Irish.
AJ McCarron was his usual, efficient self, completing 20 of 28 passes for 264 yards and 4 TDs. T.J. Yeldon carried 21 times for 108 yards and a TD. Eddie Lacy took home the game's Offensive MVP Award with a 20 carry, 140 yard, one TD performance. The Tide did whatever they wanted on the ground and in the air, racking up 529 yards against the formerly stout Irish defense and holding the ball almost twice as long as Notre Dame.
The defense wasn't all th...