Stop us if you've heard this before: Alabama is favored to win the next national championship.
Dan Tudesco, seen here in one of the BCS National Championship's most enduring moments, talks about being a Notre Dame fan in South Beach.
We've more or less pinpointed the point at which you likely turned off your TV. Notre Dame had 15 minutes of (game time) fame.
Alabama won another National Championship in Miami Monday night, but it's Tuesday now, and it's time to start asking some tough questions about the Crimson Tide and college football.
Bovada has already released odds on who will win the 2013 BCS Championship, and the Tide are favored to bring home the crystal football for a third straight year.
Notre Dame and Alabama figured to be the most-watched BCS title game ever, but it couldn't even crack the top two.
Nick Saban has accomplished something only Nebraska's Tom Osborne and Notre Dame's Frank Leahy had managed in the poll era: a third national title in four years. Let's look back at the Tide's most dominant title game performance yet.
Alabama Crimson Tide running back Eddie Lacy won offensive MVP honors, while linebacker C.J. Mosley earned defensive honors.
Hopefully Alabama won't have to write any letters this time after suplexing Notre Dame all over the place.
Here's video of the BCS National Championship game national anthem that was performed by the Zac Brown Band.