ATLANTA (AP) - No matter how much Nick Saban protests, it's always the first thing that comes up with Alabama.
No team has ever won three straight national titles. The top-ranked Crimson Tide sure looks poised to make a run at it, led by one of the nation's top quarterbacks (AJ McCarron) and a host of talented returnees from the team that wiped out Notre Dame in last season's BCS championship game for its second straight crown and third in four years.
The Tide will get started on trying to win another Saturday, taking on rebuilding Virginia Tech at the Georgia Dome.

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