BCS National Championship Game College Football Open Comment Thread

Damn it. - Daniel Shirey-USA TODAY Sports

Whether you're cheering for the SEC to continue its run of dominance, for Alabama fans finally to suffer an arrogance-deflating bit of comeuppance, or for a meteor to strike Sun Life Stadium, you are invited to join us for the BCS National Championship Game open comment thread.

To some extent, of course, watching tonight's BCS National Championship Game between the Alabama Crimson Tide and the Notre Dame Fighting Irish will feel a bit like watching the 1993 World Series after the Atlanta Braves were eliminated by the Philadelphia Filthies following their epic battle with the San Francisco Giants. Nevertheless, this will be the final college football game of the 2012 season, and, while it is disappointing that the Georgia Bulldogs fell just five yards and a fateful freshman mistake shy of being in it, we should, in the wake of Aaron Murray's announcement last night, think of this as a preview of next season's Red and Black bowl game.

Accordingly, you are invited to join us as the SEC seeks its seventh straight Division I-A national championship. Hop into the comment thread and join your fellow Bulldog fans as we bring the college football season to a close.

Go 'Dawgs!

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