2014 BCS Title Game Viewing Guide

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PASADENA, CA (The Spread) – The 2014 BCS National Championship Game will take place on January 6. We’ve put together a viewing guide complete with tons of information to get you ready for the college football title game.

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What: 2014 BCS National Championship Game

When: Monday, January 6, 2014

Where: Pasadena, California

Venue: Rose Bowl Stadium

Kickoff: 8:30PM ET

Network: ESPN

Notes:

This will be the last time that the teams will play for the BCS title before college football implements a four-team playoff system for 2015. The game will be hosted by the Pasadena Tournament of Roses, which is the organizer of the annual Tournament of Roses Parade on New Year’s Day.

The game was originally scheduled for Tuesday, January 7, 2014, but the organizers decided to move the contest to Monday because Executive Director Bill Hancock believes it’ll be more fan-friendly.

On January 8, 2013, it was also announced that following this final BCS title game, the first college football playoff semifinal games will be held on January 1, 2015 in Pasadena at the Rose Bowl, and in New Orleans at the Sugar Bowl. The first four-team playoff championship game will also be held on a Monday night, this time on January 12, 2015.

Past Results:

2012: Alabama 42, Notre Dame 14

2011: Alabama 21, LSU 0

2010: Auburn 22, Oregon 19

2009: Alabama 37, Texas 21

2008: Florida 24, Oklahoma 14

2007: LSU 38, Ohio State 24

2006: Florida 41, Ohio State 14

2005: Texas 41, USC 38

2004: USC 55, Oklahoma 19 (Trojans vacated title)

2003: LSU 21, Oklahoma 14

2002: Ohio State 31, Miami 24

2001: Miami 37, Nebraska 14

2000: Oklahoma 13, Florida State 2

1999: Florida State 46, Virginia Tech 29

1998: Tennessee 23, Florida State 16

BCS National Championship Game Records

Most Wins by Conference: SEC (9 wins, 1 loss)

Most Appearances: Oklahoma (1 win, 3 losses)

Most Victories: Alabama (3)

Total Offense by an Individual: Vince Young, 467 total yards, Texas vs. USC 2006

Rushing Yards: Vince Young, 200 yards, Texas vs. USC 2006

Rushing Touchdowns: Vince Young, 3 TDs, Texas vs. USC, 2006

Passing Yards: Darron Thomas, 363 yards, Oregon vs. Auburn, 2011

Passing Touchdowns: Matt Leinart, 5 TDs, USC vs. Oklahoma, 2005

Receptions: Kellen Winslow Jr., 11 catches, Miami vs. Ohio State, 2003

Receiving Yards: Peerless Price, 199 yards, Tennessee vs. Florida State, 1999; Andre Johnson, 199 yards, Miami vs. Nebraska, 2002

Receiving Touchdowns: Steve Smith, 3 TDs, USC vs. Oklahoma, 2005

Tackles: James Laurinaitis, 18 tackles, Ohio State vs. LSU, 2008

Sacks: Derrick Harvey, 3 sacks, Florida vs. Ohio State, 2007

Interceptions: Sean Taylor, 2 interceptions, Miami vs. Ohio State, 2003

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