Alabama’s U.S. Senators Richard Shelby and Jeff Sessions introduced a resolution of commendation to the University of Alabama Crimson Tide for their victory over the Louisiana State University Tigers in the (BCS) Bowl Championship Series College Football National Championship Game.
The Alabama Tide beat LSU 21-0 in the game, played on January 09, 2012, at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana.
The Crimson Tide’s victory marks the team’s second BCS title in the last three years and the 14th college football national championship for the University of Alabama.
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Senator Shelby, who is a Tuscaloosa resident and earned an undergraduate and law degree from the University of Alabama, issued the following statement
“I congratulate the University of Alabama Crimson Tide for winning the 2012 BCS National Championship Game. The University, the Crimson Tide faithful, and the entire State of Alabama can be proud of this team not only for winning, but for representing us on the national stage with integrity and class.
Alabama was led by a suffocating defense as evidenced by the shutout win. However, under Coach Saban’s leadership, the Tide played extremely well in all phases of the game, demonstrating that this was truly a team victory. I am proud to represent a state whose esteemed universities have brought home the national title for three years in a row and counting.
I would also like to offer my congratulations to LSU on a great team and an outstanding season.”
Both Senator Shelby and Sessions always welcomes your calls and comments at one of their statewide offices or in Washington DC; Shelby at (202) 224-5744 and Sessons at (202) 224-4124.
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