Alabama vs. Notre Dame: I hope they both lose, so focus on the hotties

Cade Foster

Alabama plays Notre Dame for the BCS title at the Orange Bowl tonight. Ugh and double ugh. While ESPN is orgasming over what will be a highly rated game, I find myself not caring since I can't stand either team (and this is a common feeling, at least in the circle of people I have talked to about the game). It's a shame neither team has an openly gay player, since that would break the tie.

I hate Alabama because Nick Saban seems like a jerk (ask the Miami Dolphins) and I'm sick of the SEC. And I still don't know why one-loss Alabama is here instead of one-loss Oregon except for the pro-SEC bias in the college football universe. And one should remember that had Notre Dame lost to USC to end the season, we would be seeing Alabama and Florida, the same Florida team that got steamrolled by Louisville in the Sugar Bowl; so the SEC isn't all that this season.

As for Notre Dame, I have rooted against the Irish since I was a wee lad in Pennsylvania, despite being raised Catholic. Being anti-Notre Dame is in my blood. Plus, this year's team has had several lucky wins and I don't think they're that good. As much as I hate writing it, I see Bama winning by 10-20 points.

So, the only way to approach the game is to watch for the hotties, and along those lines, I've found 10 to keep an eye on (11 when you add up the Salvi twins). The Irish generally have hotter players -- see Brady Quinn, Kyle Rudolph and Harrison Smith, guys now in the NFL. But Bama has its share and Cade Foster has an amazing body for a kicker, as his shirtless picture below shows

I hope the game ends 6-3 with people calling it a dog. The only consolation is that we have only one more season of the BCS nonsense before a four-team playoff takes hold in 2014; four teams are still not enough, but it's a start and much preferable to what we have now.

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Notre Dame Fighting Irish cornerback Cam McDaniel (33) during practice for the 2013 BCS National Championship game against the Alabama Crimson Tide at Nova Southeastern University. (Photo by: Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports)

Alabama Crimson Tide quarterback A.J. McCarron (10) celebrates after winning the 2012 SEC Championship game against the Georgia Bulldogs at the Georgia Dome. Alabama won 32-28. (Photo by: Paul Abell-USA TODAY Sports)

Notre Dame Fighting Irish quarterback Everett Golson (5) celebrates after Notre Dame defeated the USC Trojans 22-13 at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. (Photo by: Matt Cashore-USA TODAY Sports)

Alabama Crimson Tide defensive back Dee Milliner (28) during a press conference for the 2013 BCS National Championship game at Harbor Beach Marriott Resort & Spa. (Photo by: Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports)

Notre Dame Fighting Irish tight end Tyler Eifert (80) during a press conference for the 2013 BCS National Championship game at Harbor Beach Marriott Resort & Spa. (Photo by: Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports)

Notre Dame Fighting Irish tight end Troy Niklas (85) during practice for the 2013 BCS National Championship game against the Alabama Crimson Tide at Nova Southeastern University. (Photo by: Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports)

Chris Salvi and his brother Will Salvi pose for a picture together in the stands during Media Day ahead of the Discover BCS National Championship at Sun Life Stadium on January 5, 2013 in Miami Gardens, Florida. (Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)

Notre Dame Fighting Irish wide receiver Robby Toma answers questions at the Notre Dame BCS national championship media day at the Loftus Sports Center. (Photo by: Matt Cashore-USA TODAY Sports)

Alabama Crimson Tide offensive linesman Ryan Kelly (70) during media day for the BCS championship game at Sun Life Stadium. (Photo by: Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports)

Alabama Crimson Tide wide receiver Kevin Norwood (83) during a press conference for the 2013 BCS National Championship game at Harbor Beach Marriott Resort & Spa. (Photo by: Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports)

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