Dec 4, 2011 10:38 PM by Associated Press (BH)
It will be an All-SEC battle in the BCS title game. Alabama is second in the latest BCS standings and will take on LSU for the BCS championship. The Crimson Tide held onto the No. 2
spot even after Oklahoma State blasted Oklahoma Saturday night. Alabama finished second in both the Harris and coaches' polls by a wide enough margin to make up for the fact that Oklahoma State was ahead in the computer ratings.
That sets up a rematch of two schools that met November 5 in Tuscaloosa, where the Tigers beat the Tide 9-6 in overtime.
The Cowboys settle for third in the latest BCS standings, followed by Stanford, Oregon, Arkansas, Boise St., Kansas State, South Carolina and Wisconsin. Oklahoma State will play in the Fiesta Bowl against Stanford. Oregon and Wisconsin will square off in the Rose Bowl.
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