Whether you like it or not, it's going to happen: LSU and Alabama will play for the second time this season on January 9th in the BCS Championship Game in New Orleans. Neither team scored a touchdown in the first meeting, a 9-6 overtime win for the Tigers.
There should be some fantastic matchups in BCS bowls this year. Andrew Luck will face either Landry Jones or Brandon Weeden, West Virginia and Virginia Tech are likely to resume their unfriendly rivalry, and Wisconsin's power-running game against Oregon's speed-running game presents an appealing contrast of styles.
LSU and Alabama won't be one of them. Here are four reasons why the BCS Championship Game will be the worst of this year's BCS bowl lineup.