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Alabama Crimson Tide


Louisiana State Tigers

BCS National Championship Game

Sunday - January 8th, 2012

It’s the rematch to end all rematches. The LSU Tigers, perfect thus far on the 2011-2012 season, will be taking on SEC rival Alabama Crimson Tide in the BCS Championship Game. The two faced off on November 5 at Bryant-Denny Stadium with Alabama ranked #1 and LSU #2. The Tigers came away with a 9-6 victory in which the Tide missed four field goals.

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The rematch is set for Monday January 9 at the Superdome in New Orleans, a short trip for the fan bases of both teams. The streets of New Orleans are sure to be packed from bar to bar for the week leading up to the game, and BCS National Championship Tickets are the single hardest ticket to procure this time of year. You can still find available seats on the secondary tickets market, but you’ll have to act fast as both Alabama and LSU have among the largest and most loyal fan bases in all of College Football.

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The key to the matchup is obvious – which team’s offense can score a touchdown against the other’s defense. Neither could manage in the first game, and you’d think that with the way these two defenses are playing, a single touchdown might provide enough cushion to capture a victory, and thus a National Championship. One thing is for sure, an Alabama vs. LSU BCS Championship game is truly a reflection of the top two teams in the country, and promises to illustrate smash-mouth football at its finest.

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Make sure to get your 2012 BCS National Championship Game Tickets early this year as the 2011 game in Glendale, Arizona saw ticket prices skyrockets as eager Auburn and Oregon fans snapped up tickets early driving prices up.  This years game should be no different as both LSU and Alabama fans are guaranteed to make the regional matchup at The Superdome in New Orleans one of the most in demand sports tickets of all time.  Fans can expect to pay over $1000 perhaps even $2000 plus for ticket to this year game which could easily eclipse the price of Super Bowl Tickets!

Have fun at the game and make sure to make your travel plans early as the accomodations for the game will get sparse as game day gets closer!

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