Alabama Vs Texas 2010 BCS Championship Picks
All sports fans will be glued to their television sets on Thursday January 7th at 8:00 PM ET to watch the Alabama Crimson Tide take on the Texas Longhorns in the 2010 BCS Championship game. Alabama comes into this BCS Title Game favored by 4 points and the game total is 46 points. Alabama is coming off a huge win against the Florida Gators in a game that their defense dominated. Texas is coming off a huge 1 point win over Nebraska and many would question their performance in that game. You can bet on the Alabama vs Texas 2010 BCS Championship Picks online at BetUs.com and enjoy a limited time 100% deposit bonus up to $500 so if you deposit $500 you will get $1000 in your account.
Nick Saban is one the best college football coaches currently in the game and he faces off against another one of the elite coaches in college football, Mack Brown. Texas last won the BCS Championship game back in 2005 and Colt McCoy would like nothing better to bring back the Championship to Texas for the second time in 5 years. The 58 year old Nick Saban last won the BCS Championship with the LSU Tigers back in 2003-04 and you know he would like nothing more than to do it again with Alabama Thursday night. If you are looking for Alabama vs Texas 2010 BCS Championship Picks I would take Alabama to win outright in what should be a very close game.
The keys to the game for the Alabama Crimson Tide is to establish a running game early on but also to keep the stingy Longhorns defense honest by stretching their secondary. Alabama defensively will need to bring pressure on Colt McCoy like Nebraska did which will force him to make mistakes. If Colt McCoy has too much time it could be a very long game for the Crimson Tide fans. The key for the the Texas longhorns is to contain the outside which will slow down Mark Ingram from making big plays. The Longhorns defense has been great against the run this season with opponents averaging just 67 rypg but they haven’t faced a running back like Heisman Trophy winner Mark Ingram.
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