How to apply:
Fax resume to:
Attention: Benittia Hall
Alabama is once again the kings of college football. And it wasn't even a contest.
The Crimson Tide breezed to their second straight BCS championship and third in four seasons with a convincing 42-14 rout of Notre Dame in a game played in Miami Gardens Monday night.
AJ McCarron and Eddie Lacy highlighted an Alabama offense that scored touchdowns on its first three drives and led 35-0 before the Irish reached the end zone.
McCarron completed 20 of his 28 passes for 264 yards and four touchdowns, two to former Miami Northwestern star Amari Cooper.
Lacy rushed for a 20-yard touchdown less than three minutes into the game and finished with 140 yards on 20 carries. Lacy also caught a scoring strike that put the Tide ahead 28-0 just before halftime.
Alabama finished with 529 total yards, including 265 on the ground. T.J. Yeldon padded the Tide's ground attack with 108 yards and one TD on 21 carries.
Notre Dame was shut out until Everett Golson rushed for a two-yard touchdown late in the third quarter.
Alabama finishes 13-1 after becoming the third team to win three national titles in four seasons since polls started being used to crown champions in 1936 and it's the fourth championship for Nick Saban, two behind all-time record-holder Paul ``Bear'' Bryant of Alabama.
In other state sports news...