Let the BCS debate begin

LSU secured its spot in the BCS national title game Saturday with a convincing 42-10 triumph over Georgia in the Southeastern Conference championship game.


Now, the question is which team the Tigers will face on Jan. 9 in New Orleans: Alabama or Oklahoma State?

Alabama has been a solid No. 2 in the BCS standings, but ithe Crimson Tide lost at home to LSU in overtime.

Oklahoma State routed rival Oklahoma 44-10 on Saturday night and has only one loss.

The BCS matchup and other bowl pairings will be unveiled on ESPN tonight (coverage begins at 8:15 p.m.), but who do you want to see play for the title?




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