BCS championship game winners
Florida State | 2013
Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston rejoices after a thrilling victory over Auburn with a final score of 34-31. With 13 seconds left on the clock, Winston tossed the ball to Kelvin Benjamin for a two-yard touchdown pass to win the BCS title. The title itself was the last of its kind, as the BCS bowl system will be replaced by a four-team playoff in the upcoming season.
Alabama | 2012
Roll Tide! Alabama scored TDs on its' first three possessions of the game and routed Notre Dame 42-14 en route to the program's third BCS title in four years. Nick Saban's team made the previously undefeated Irish look like a squad that would be hard-pressed to finish in the middle of the pack in the mighty Southeastern Conference, which has now won seven straight national championships.
Alabama | 2011
Alabama star running back Trent Richardson holds the BCS trophy after the Crimson Tide shut out undefeated LSU 21-0 to win their second national championship in three seasons. Alabama avenged a loss at home to the Tigers during the middle of the season.
Florida | 2006
After Ohio State's Ted Ginn returned the opening kickoff 93 yards for a touchdown, it was all Gators in a 41-14 win. In fact, the Buckeyes' net offensive output for the game (82 yards) fell shy of Ginn's return. Led by Derrick Harvey's three, Florida's defense sacked Troy Smith five times. Chris Leak paced the offense by throwing for 213 yards and a TD. Backup quarterback Tim Tebow passed and ran for a touchdown.
LSU | 2003
In a game that featured a total of only 25 first downs, LSU limited Oklahoma to 154 yards in a 21-14 win. The Sooners' Heisman winner, Jason White, was just 13-of-37 for 102 yards against the Bengal Tigers. He was picked twice, one of which was returned 20 yards for a TD by Marcus Spears early in the second half -- a play that proved to be the difference. Justin Vincent led LSU with 117 yards and a TD.