2012 BCS Championship Game Betting

It all boils down to this as the #1 ranked Tigers battle against the #2 rated Alabama Crimson Tide in the BCS National
Tournament Game at the Superdome in New Orleans, LA on January ninth. Alabama head coach Nick Saban is no stranger to this game, winning the national championship in 2009 and additionally winning it with LSU as a head coach in 2003. LSU head coach Les Miles is also no stranger at this instant as he has won the national tournament in 2007.

Two fantastic squads and head coaches clashing on a collision course in what is certain to be an excellent game. The odds makers now have this at Alabama (-1) with the over-under established at 40 points.  Check the College Football Odds for the 2012 BCS Championship Game.


The Tigers come into play unbeaten at 13-0 with an 8-0 record in the SEC. They’ve additionally gone an incredible 8-0 against ranked squads with wins over number three Oregon, #25 Mississippi State, #16 West Virginia, #17 Florida, #20 Auburn, #2 Alabama, #3 Arkansas, and #14 Georgia. This match is a rematch of the classic November fifth game at Alabama with the LSU Tigers winning in ot over the Tide 9-6.

With 38.5 points per game won, the Tigers have an amazing offense rated 12th in the nation. LSU’s true weapon is their defense which is ranked 2nd in the country with simply 10.5 ppg permitted. Senior Qb Jarrett Lee with 1,306 passing yards and a 152.0 rating mans the Tigers passing attack. With each tabulating over 700 yards on the ground, the team of sophomores Michael Ford and Spencer Ware pace the LSU running attack. CB Tyrann Mathieu finished 5th in the Heisman contest while nabbing 6 picks and attaining 173 yards off of those picks which rank 1st in the country.  Start your College Football Betting action on the 2012 BCS Championship game.

The Alabama Crimson Tide come into this match trying to avenge their loss to LSU back in November. The Tide has gone 11-1 overall with a 7-1 record in the SEC. They have gone 4-1 against the Top 25 this season with victories over #23 Penn State, #14 Arkansas, #12 Florida, and #24 Auburn. Their just loss was the aforementioned game vs LSU in November. The Tide has averaged 36.0 points per game on offense with a stellar running game. As fantastic as LSU is on defense, the Tide are even better at it position first in the nation just permitting a mindboggling 8.8 points per game.

The Tide place the offense in sophomore Qb AJ McCarron’s hands, McCarron has 2,400 passing yards and a 149.8 passer rating. Junior Running back Trent Richardson ended second in the Heisman while attaining 1,583 rushing yards and 20 td’s on the ground.

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