By beating Notre Dame, Alabama can win its third national championship in the past four years and officially etch its name alongside college football's greatest dynasties, writes Ivan Maisel.
In some games, the plays that led to the touchdowns that won the game, or stopped the touchdowns that would have won the game, or the plays that didn't produce points but won the game anyway are the real stars.
Nothing rattles Auburn. Not even getting rattled. The iron-willed Tigers kept their national title hopes alive with a remarkable rally to beat archrival Alabama.
The scoreboard and stat sheet only tell part of the story of Alabama's rout of Penn State.
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The spectacle known as the SEC media days begins on Wednesday. The three-day event acts as the unofficial start to the new season, and never fails to entertain and confound.
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The visit to the White House is a special moment for any championship team. Monday was Alabama's turn to be awed by that experience.
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Getting caught up in the moment isn't Nick Saban's style. After leading Alabama to the BCS national championship, the Crimson Tide coach is only thinking about the next challenge.
Alabama and Texas enjoyed some fun and games Saturday. But the object for both teams is to have fun in the game Thursday. Nick Saban and Mack Brown are well aware of that fact.
Alabama's domination of Florida may be forgotten if the Tide go on to win the national championship. But Saturday's SEC finale deserves to be remembered.
Florida and Alabama gave us a classic title game last season. This year, the stakes are even higher.
When four SEC coaches were asked to analyze the SEC championship game, they all came back to one difference-maker: Tim Tebow.
With its national title aspirations on the line against its archrival, Alabama climbed back from its biggest deficit this season and found a way to win.