After being ranked the top team in college football all year till the final second of their regular season, Alabama hopes to finish their year strong with a win versus OU in the Sugar Bowl.
There has been some speculation by media and fans that the Crimson Tide could come out flat against OU in New Orleans.
Alabama's Nick Saban and A.J. McCarron say that even though they won't be competing for a national title, their season won't be completely lost with 12 wins and a Sugar Bowl win over Oklahoma.
OU and Alabama will kick off at 7 p.m. CT on January 2 inside the Superdome in New Orleans.
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