The BCS National Championship game is Monday night in Miami.
SIOUX CITY, Iowa (KTIV) -
Prior to the BCS National Championship game in Miami, KTIV's Jacob Peklo hit the street to see which team Siouxlanders thought would win the national title.
"Gotta go with Alabama, but I want Notre Dame to win it. I just think Alabama's too fast, too quick, and too powerful," said Nick Weeter of Sioux City
"Notre Dame will be No.1 all the way and win," said Brian Berkenpas of Moville, Iowa.
"I want Notre Dame to win, but I don't think they will. I think Alabama is just too powerful for them. And their run game, just too much for Notre Dame," said Blake Meacham of Sioux City.
"Notre Dame by three. They've got a good defense and I hate Alabama," said Jessi Owen of Sioux City.
"I think Notre Dame's defense is going to come around. I think they're going to be able to slow down Alabama. I think they're also going to be able to score enough points. It's going to be a tough contest, but I think Notre Dame is going to be able to pull this one out," said Mark Maturi of Vermillion, S.D.
"I've got 'Bama. I think they've just got too much experience with McCarron, he's already played in the game and Saban's got a lot of experience too," said Luke McCord of Bennington, Neb.
"I'm just a Notre Dame fan actually," said Truman Schmitt of Hinton, Iowa. "Undefeated so far, don't see why it would stop now."
"Absolutely without a doubt, the Fighting Irish of Notre Dame are going to come through," said Tim Meacham of Sioux City. "It's going to be a very low-scoring defensive battle. The Irish will win the game 16-13."
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