It's official: Oklahoma and Florida will play for the BCS national championship.
The Sooners and Gators finished atop the BCS standings Sunday and will meet Jan. 8 in Miami for the title.
Both teams are 12-1 and coming off wins in their conference title games Saturday. The Sooners routed Missouri 62-21 to win the Big 12. The Gators beat Alabama 31-20 in the Southeastern Conference.
The Sooners are led by quarterback Sam Bradford and are the first team to score 60-plus points in five straight games since 1919.
The Gators are led by quarterback Tim Tebow and are seeking their second title in three seasons.

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