January, 7, 2013
By Edward Aschoff | ESPN.com
The game is finally here and we'll be saying goodbye to the 2012 football season later tonight. Another year is in the books. It seems like they go faster and faster.
- Are bowl games on the brink of being irrelevant?
- It's dynasty vs. destiny in tonight's Discover BCS National Championship between No. 1 Notre Dame and No. 2 Alabama.
- Nick Saban learned discipline from his father.
- Freshman Amari Cooper is shaping his own identity as Alabama's star wide receiver.
- Experts' insight reflects why Alabama is a heavy favorite over top-ranked Notre Dame.
- Former Arkansas running backs coach Tim Horton will coach Auburn's tight ends.
- Five-star linebacker prospect Reuben Foster visited Auburn on Sunday and hit it off with defensive coordinator Ellis Johnson.
- Four-star defensive tackle and ESPN 150 member Caleb Brantley recommits to Florida, after decommitting last week.
- Mississippi State defensive coordinator Chris Wilson accepts Georgia's offer to become the Bulldogs' new defensive line coach.
- Kentucky lands a commitment from four-star cornerback Jaleel Hytchye.
- Top athlete Kendell Beckwith commits to LSU.
- Tyler Russell-to-Chad Bumphis gave Mississippi State a renewed offensive punch.
- Ole Miss was focused, motivated and prepared for Pittsburgh in the BBVA Compass Bowl.
- Former Tennessee great Terry Fair is joining Butch Jones' staff.
- Clarence McKinney shines in calling Cotton Bowl plays for Texas A&M.
- Vanderbilt wide receiver Jordan Matthews places his team over his dream of the NFL.
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