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No frills as Lacy tramples Notre Dame

Posted: January 8, 2013 at 3:55 a.m.

Alabama running back Eddie Lacy pulls away from Notre Dame’s KeiVarae Russell during the second half of Monday night’s BCS National Championship Game. Lacy led Alabama with 20 rushes for 140 yards, including a 20-yard touchdown run. He also caught an 11-yard touchdown pass from quarterback AJ McCarron. Lacy had more rushes than the entire Notre Dame team.

Alabama running back Eddie Lacy pulls away from Notre Dame’s KeiVarae Russell during the second half of Monday night’s BCS National Championship Game. Lacy led Alabama with 20 rushes for 140 yards, including a 20-yard touchdown run. He also caught an 11-yard touchdown pass from quarterback AJ McCarron. Lacy had more rushes than the entire Notre Dame team.

The Notre Dame Golden Domers had waited 24 years, and then the better part of six weeks, to flock here in anticipation of cheering their team on to a national title.

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Sports, Pages 20 on 01/08/2013

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