Fans moving forward after BCS defeat

Tuesday, January 10, 2012 - 7:49pm

The day after the Crimson Tide rolled over the LSU Tigers, fans are still scratching their heads. After overcoming a number of obstacles throughout regular season, the Tigers were taken down in the BCS National Championship.

The final score was so unexpected that lots of fans are still smarting from the 21-0 loss. They say, they're confused about the team's strategy because the Tigers seemed off all night long. In fact, they only made it across the 50-yard line one time.

"A little bit of disbelief," Andree Miller says. "It's just like, this isn't real. Is this really happening?"

Some fans are questioning Les Miles' game time decisions, including the one to keep duel quarterback, Jarrett Lee, on the sideline for the entire game.

"I would have hoped that Jarrett Lee would have had the chance to give that spark that they kept saying they needed," said Tiger fan, Sheila DeGuzman.

Despite their disappointment, some fans say they're ready to forgive and forget. They're already gearing up for November 3rd. That's when Crimson Tide and the Tigers will meet next season.

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