The BCS National Title Game: #1 Ole Miss vs #2 LSU Vindication or Aberration? The media has been talking about the last meetup between these two big time schools since it happened in week 12. The great fumble that sent the game into overtime and allowed Ole Miss to take it has been weighing heavily on the minds of LSU fans and now the oppurtunity has come to show the country what true SEC football is all about. Ole Miss comes into this game having faced a rough schedule in the SEC and taking it in stride. Winning the close games puts you in the big game and that's what Ole Miss has been able to do. On the back of a fantastic Left End and the most bruising runner i've ever seen, Ole Miss has put itself in this position. Stars: Kentrell Lockett (#40) (OVR: 96) Brandon Bolden (#34) (OVR: 94) LSU comes into this game having dominated most it's opponents all year with the exception of Alabama and Ole Miss. The lone blemish came when Ole Miss came back from 14 down with 2 minutes to go to send it into double OT and win. Ford, LSU's starting freshman halfback has said that this game has been the answer to his wishes ever since that fateful night in week 12. Jordan Jefferson, LSU's starting QB being out since week 3 will start this game. Stars: Harry Coleman (#24)( (OVR: 99) Terrance Toliver (#80) (OVR: 98) The game of the year... the NC game... a rivalry game rematch... what more can you ask for?