Big games often come down to one or two plays that make the difference in who stands up on the podium holding the crystal at the end.
This year's BCS Championship Game shows every indication of being one of those type of games. With the current point spread being just a couple of points over one touchdown in Alabama's favor, one mistake or turnover could turn the tide (Tide?).
Add to that the fact that Notre Dame and Alabama have not necessarily been high scoring teams this season—at least, not when faced with worthy opposition—and it adds even more drama to potential interceptions or fumbles. Less margin for error, if you will.
So, is the Irish's Everett Golson or Bama's AJ McCarron more likely to throw a costly pick?
Let's examine what we know.