Tag Archives: BCS Championship Game
Jake Brown of IrishIllustrated.com reacts to last night’s BCS Championship Game between Alabama and Notre Dame, and the future of Irish football as they move on from a hard loss.
Pat Forde of Y! Sports previews & breaks down the BCS match up and what to expect between the Fighting Irish & the Crimson Tide.
Pat Forde of Yahoo! Sports talks about how talented South Carolina defensive end Jadeveon Clowney is as a sophomore and whether or not Nick Saban will ever bolt from Alabama for a different gig.
Dallas Jackson of Yahoo! Sports & Rivals.com breaks down the legitimacy of some Bowl Games that should have never been scheduled, and what to expect with the bigger Bowl match ups between Oklahoma vs. Texas A&M and Notre Dame vs. … Continue reading
NCAA Football Hall of Fame Head Coach, Gene Stallings, looks back in coaching Alabama in a BCS Championship 20 years ago, and breaks down the continued success that Nick Saban & the Crimson Tide has had over the years as … Continue reading
Tommy Deas of TideSports.com, discusses how Nick Saban and the Alabama Crimson Tide will approach their preparation and game plan for the National Championship Game against Notre Dame 20 years after the Crimson Tide defeated the 1992 Miami Hurricanes.
Brian Kelly, head coach of Notre Dame reflects on Manti Te’o and his play this season. He also discusses how he will prepare his team for the BCS championship game.
University of Notre Dame LB, Manti Te’o, talks about the importance of being a part of the Lombardi Awards and the privileged season he has had with the Irish. Plus, he gives his thoughts on being a top Heisman candidate.
Aaron Suttles of TideSports.com discusses how the Crimson Tide won the SEC championship game. He also previews the BCS championship game against Notre Dame.
Rivals Rolodex with Pete Sampson of IrishIllustrated.com, Chase Goodbread of TideSports.com, and Anthony Dasher of UGASports.com talks about setting the stage with the BCS Championship Game between Notre Dame and Alabama; and how Georgia must feel after losing such a … Continue reading