2013 Alabama-Notre Dame BCS Title: GIFs of the Game

Friends across the interwebs have captured moments of Monday night's BCS title game into everyone's favorite art form. We have compiled some of our personal favorites below, telling the tale of Alabama's dominant 42-14 win against Notre Dame.

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We begin with Katherine Webb, the girlfriend of Alabama quarterback AJ McCarron. The large deficit allowed Brent, Kirk and ESPN's cameras to spend some time highlighting Webb during the broadcast. This GIF shows Webb's range of emotions, finishing with elation. (via @SBNationGIF)

Now a hefty dose of Eddie Lacy. Tackling Lacy was an issue for Notre Dame's defense all night, as shown below in this pair of GIFs, also courtesy of SB Nation. The first is a prime exhibit of Lacy's imposing his will on would-be tacklers. The second, Lacy's touchdown run on the Tide's first drive, set the tone for the entire evening. 

It would not be a Nick Saban-led BCS title win without at least a few impressive plays on defense. Notre Dame started the second half trying to take a strike downfield, and Everett Golson's pass into double coverage was intercepted by Ha Ha Clinton-Dix. The catch, as you can see below, was incredible. (via @TheBigLead)

The pregame broadcast included Lee Corso's prediction. The presentation was impressive, the pick was inaccurate. (via @SBNationGIF)

OK, fine. We had to include one more Eddie Lacy GIF. Lacy's touchdown reception with 31 seconds left in the first half not only extended the Alabama lead to 28-0, it also included two pretty awesome spin moves. (via @TheBigLead)

Do you have any favorite GIFs to add to the collection? Give us a heads up on Twitter (@EyeOnCFB)

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