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Florida State wins BCS title

It wasn't easy. Not remotely. But the Florida State Seminoles did what most -- oddsmakers included -- expected them to do in the BCS National Championship: beat Auburn. Again, though, this was no standard domination from the start. The Tigers jumped ahead 21-3 in the first half. But Jameis Winston & Co. gradually chipped away at the lead, took it in the fourth quarter, watched as Auburn jumped back ahead with just more than a minute to go ... and still marched down the field to win the game 34-31. Where does this rank among best title fights? Are you surprised by the proceedings? Cast your votes below!

Also see: Rank the BCS Champions | Will you miss the BCS?

How surprised are you about how close Monday night's BCS National Championship was?

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  • How surprised are you Florida State was able to come back against Auburn in the fourth quarter?

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  • Which is more true about Florida State's 34-31 win over Auburn in the BCS National Championship?

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  • Where does Florida State-Auburn rank among the best BCS title games ever?

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  • Which is more likely?

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  • How would you feel if you were an Auburn fan?

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  • When will the SEC win its next national championship?

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