4Quarters: BcS National Championship Game Results 1999-2013

The BcS era is about over so here are the results of the games since they began on January 4, 1999 at Sun Devil Stadium with the Fiesta Bowl.


Alabama has owned the “BCS” era of college football having won three crystal ball trophy’s. The Million Dollar Band has got a lot of air time due to this which isn’t the worst thing. Photo by John Bazemore/AP

January 4, 1999 – Tostitos Fiesta Bowl (Sun Devil Stadium/Tempe, Arizona): 1998 Season
1 Tennessee Volunteers (SEC Champion) 23        2 Florida State Seminoles (ACC Co-Champion) 16

January 4, 2000 – Nokia Sugar Bowl (Louisiana Superdome/New Orleans, Louisiana): 1999 Season
1 Florida State Seminoles (ACC Champion) 46     2 Virginia Tech Hokies (Big East Champion) 29

January 3, 2001 – FedEx Orange Bowl (Pro Player Stadium/Miami, Florida): 2000 Season
1 Oklahoma Sooners (Big XII Champion) 13          2 Florida State Seminoles (ACC Champion) 2

January 3, 2002 – Rose Bowl Game presented by AT&T (Rose Bowl Stadium/Pasadena, California): 2001 Season
1 Miami (FL) Hurricanes (Big East Champion) 37  2 Nebraska Cornhuskers (Big XII Co-North Champion) 14

January 3, 2003 – Tostitos Fiesta Bowl (Sun Devil Stadium/Tempe, Arizona): 2002 Season
2 Ohio State Buckeyes (Big Ten Champion) 31     1 Miami (FL) Hurricanes (Big East Champion) 24 F/2OT

January 4, 2004 – Nokia Sugar Bowl (Louisiana Superdome/New Orleans, Louisiana): 2003 Season
2 LSU Tigers (SEC Champion) 21                                 1 Oklahoma Sooners (Big XII Runner-Up) 14

January 4, 2005 – FedEx Orange Bowl (Pro Player Stadium/Miami, Florida): 2004 Season
1 Southern California Trojans (PAC-10 Champion) 55       2 Oklahoma Sooners (Big XII Champion) 19
* USC vacated the title

January 4, 2006 – Rose Bowl Game presented by Citi (Rose Bowl Stadium/Pasadena, California): 2005 Season
2 Texas Longhorns (Big XII Champion) 41               1 Southern California Trojans (PAC-10 Champion) 38

January 8, 2007 – Tostitos BCS National Championship Game (University of Phoenix Stadium/Gendale, Arizona): 2006 Season
2 Florida Gators (SEC Champion) 41                         1 Ohio State Buckeyes (Big Ten Champion) 14

January 7, 2008 – Allstate BCS National Championship Game (Louisiana Superdome/New Orleans, Louisiana): 2007 Season
2 LSU Tigers (SEC Champion) 38                                 1 Ohio State Buckeyes (Big Ten Champion) 24

January 8, 2009 – FedEx BCS National Championship Game (Dolphins Stadium/Miami, Florida): 2008 Season
2 Florida Gators (SEC Champion) 24                         1 Oklahoma Sooners (Big XII Champion) 14

January 7, 2010 – Citi BCS National Championship Game (Rose Bowl Stadium/Pasadena, California): 2009 Season
1 Alabama Crimson Tide (SEC Champion) 37         2 Texas Longhorns (Big XII Champion) 21

January 10, 2011 – Tostitos BCS National Championship Game (University of Phoenix Stadium/Glendale, Arizona): 2010 Season
1 Auburn Tigers (SEC Champion) 22                         2 Oregon Ducks (PAC-10 Champion) 19

January 9, 2012 – Allstate BCS National Championship Game (Mercedes-Benz Superdome/New Orleans, Louisiana): 2011 Season
2 Alabama Crimson Tide (2nd SEC West) 21            1 LSU Tigers (SEC Champion) 0

January 7, 2013 – Discover BCS National Championship Game (Sun Life Stadium/Miami, Florida): 2012 Season
2 Alabama Cromson Tide (SEC Champion) 42       1 Notre Dame Fighting Irish (Independent) 14

Conference Records –                   Win(s)                                  Loss(es)

SEC 9-1                                 Alabama (3), Florida (2)                 LSU
LSU (2), Tennessee, Aburn

Big XII 2-5                         Oklahoma, Texas                                Nebraska*, Oklahoma (3), Texas

ACC 1-2                               Florida State                                         Florida State (2)

Big East 1-2                         Miami (FL)^                                        Miami (FL)^, Virginia Tech^

Big Ten 1-2                          Ohio State                                            Ohio State (2)

PAC-10 1-2                          Southern California!                       Southern California!, Oregon

Independents 0-1                                                                             Notre Dame

* = Nebraska moved from Big XII to Big Ten in 2011

^ = Miami (FL) and Virginia Tech moved from Big East to ACC in 2004

! = Southern California vacated 2005 Orange Bowl

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