The Alabama Crimson Tide came out fast and furious and ran up the score on the vaunted Irish defense by scoring 28 unanswered points in the first half alone. By the end of the game the Crimson Tide had turned a dominating performance beating Notre Dame 42-14.
At the close of the 3rd quarter in the BCS National Championship it was clear that Notre Dame had nothing to offer that would help them contest Alabama’s absolute domination of the game. However towards the end of the 3rd quarter the Fighting Irish did manage to sneak into the end-zone after Alabama started to get more 3rd and 4th team players into the game rotation. So at least they were able to save face (sort of) in what was a total rout.
As the game between Alabama and Notre Dame progressed, it became clear that the Fighting Irish were not playing like champions on this day. Or if they were you couldn’t tell because the Crimson Tide was outplaying them in every phase of the game. At the half Alabama lead 28-0.
The Alabama Crimson Tide lead the Notre Dame Fighting Irish at the end of the first quarter of the BCS National Championship at Sun Life Stadium in Miami, Florida on January 7th, 2013. In what was suppose to be Notre Dame’s coming out party for their return to national prominence, Alabama spoiled the party and quickly ran up a 14-0 lead.
With time winding down in Alabama’s 42-14 National Championship victory over Notre Dame, Alabama quarterback AJ McCarron was still highly competitive. As senior center Barrett Jones was calling out assignments and changing protection at the line McCarron became impatient and wanted the ball to be snapped immediately. With the game well in hand, Jones didn’t seem to share in McCarron’s sense of urgency and the two had a bit of an altercation on the field. This is however a minor incident as the two have been long time roommates at the University of Alabama.
Sports analysts examine the Alabama Crimson Tide’s 42-14 victory over the Notre Dame Fighting Irish for the BCS National Championship. With this victory Alabama has won 3 National Championships in the last 4 years and aims to take home another title in 2013.
After winning their 3rd National Championship in 4 years, with two coming in back to back years, the Alabama Crimson Tide is poised to get back to work on yet another National Championship in the 2013 season.
The Alabama Crimson Tide football program led by head coach Nick Saban have captured a third National Championship in 4 years by defeating the Notre Dame Fighting Irish in the BCS National Championship 42-14 at Sun Life Stadium in Miami Florida.