2010 BCS National Championship: Videos

As I prepare to head home from SoCal after attending the 2010 BCS National Championship game at the Rose Bowl, it reminds me of the “Trail of Tears” (high school history, anyone)? For several reasons. While saddened by the outcome of the game between Texas and Alabama, hold out hope that all Longhorn fans saw the future of Texas football on Thursday night – at least, “the future” that showed up in the second half – true freshman quarterback Garrett Gilbert.

Before an in-depth analysis of the game graces your computer screens, it was about time to share some video from the pre-game festivities and game itself. Heck, if you couldn’t spend $2k+ to be in sunny Pasadena, feel free to live vicariously through Eyes Of TX here.


Western Assets BCS National Championship Pre-Game Party
Taylor Hicks & Cowboy Troy Singing ESPN’s “College Gameday” Song

2010 BCS National Championship: Texas v. Alabama
Pre-game Warm-ups #1

Pre-game Warm-ups #2

Pre-game “Texas Fight” from the Texas Longhorn Band

Pre-game “Eyes Of Texas” fight song from the Texas Longhorn Band

USAFA Wings of Blue Parachuters Landing in the Rose Bowl

Texas Longhorns 1st Half Tunnel Run

National Anthem & Flyover

Pre-game Fireworks

Alabama’s Post-game Celebration

Until the full 2010 BCS National Championship break-down post, and more pictures from the game, keep your Horns up! At the end of the day, at least Rick Barnes’ men’s basketball squad remains undefeated (15-0 after their opening Big 12 match-up).


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One response to “2010 BCS National Championship: Videos

  1. Kirk Swift

    Good stuff Eyes of TX. Thanks for sharing and next time you’re in SoCal look me up.

    – Swifty

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