A run unlike any college football has ever seen continued as Alabamas Nick Saban held aloft the crystal football, giving the SEC another championship and the Crimson Tides second in a row and third in four years.
Second-ranked 'Bama dominated No. 1 Notre Dame from the get-go, rumbling 82 yards, capped by Offensive MVP Eddie Lacys 20-yard touchdown run en route to a 42-14 romp in Miami.
Here, a look at the nights best and worst as we grade the BCS Championship Game.
Quarterback: While Brent Musburger was ogling his girlfriend in the stands McCarron delivered on the field, going 20 of 28 for 264 yards and four touchdowns. A year after coming up big in the title game against LSU, McCarron was cool, calm and efficient as ever.
Running backs: It wasnt the 350 yards the Tide rumbled to in the SEC title game, but Lacy had 140 yards and a TD and caught another score and T.J. Yeldon ran for 108 yards and a touchdown. This came against an Irish ...