The Alabama Crimson Tide will win 2012 BCS Championship by a score of 28-23, according to computer simulations.
PredictionMachine.com has simulated the 2011-2012 College Football season 50,000 times and concluded that the Crimson Tide will win their second title in three years. It would also mark the SEC's sixth consecutive BCS title.
According to the simulations, the Crimson Tide will play Oklahoma and beat them 56% of the time by an overall average winning score of 27.6 to 23.1.
The BCS title game was not the only bowl game outcome simulated by PredictionMachine.com.
The simulation had Florida State winning the ACC title and taking down West Virginia in the Orange Bowl by a score of 23-14.
Boise State earned itself a spot in the Sugar Bowl against the SEC runner-up, South Carolina. The Broncos from Boise take them down by a score of 27-25.
Notre Dame returns to the BCS in a loss to Texas A&M in the Fiesta Bowl.
The Oregon Ducks, ranked No. 3 in the nation, miss the National Championship game but win the Rose Bowl against the Wisconsin Badgers, 41-31.
LSU finishes No. 5 in the country and finishes the year with a win over No. 10 Oklahoma State in the AT&T Cotton Bowl.
Now that the computers have done their job, it's time for these collegiate athletes to do theirs. The 2011 College Football season will be filled with intrigue and drama, as always.
When it's all said and done, will the computers be right?