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December 5, 2011

The REMATCH will be nothing like the first game.

CollegeFootballTalk

Well, it’s official. What many predicted might happen for the last couple of weeks has come to fruition. The SEC is going to win it’s sixth straight BCS national title (or, lose its first depending on how you look at it). No. 1 LSU and No. 2 Alabama will meet in the championship game on Jan. 9 following up on one of the most controversial endings to the regular season since the BCS was unfortunately brought into this world in 1998.

That means no national title shot for No. 3 — and Big 12 champion — Oklahoma State, which is .0086 percent behind Alabama in the BCS average. The Cowboys will be playing No. 4 Stanford in the Fiesta Bowl on Jan. 2 instead in what could be one of the most interesting games of the postseason.

I’m sure it still doesn’t make up for what could have been for the…

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