Going into the NCAA Football BCS National Championship Game (say that three times fast!), no one knew whether Florida or Oklahoma would walk out with the title and the trophy. Would it be the second time for Urban Meyer or Bob Stoops? Which Heisman winner (Tebow or Bradford) would add national champion to his NFL resume? Would voters change their mind and pick Utah, Texas, or USC if the game was poor or no one was dominant?
These were all questions that were settled on the field between the two teams on a Thursday evening in a suburb of Phoenix, Arizona.
Wanna know who won? The Network. The advertizers. The area motels and restaurants. The cable and satellite companies. The theatres (who showed the game as a pay per view in 3-D). The BCS schools due to their $17 million payouts.
Wanna know who lost? Most of the kids, who risked life or career threatening injury without pay while a lot of other people got rich off of their work. The wear and tear on the bodies and their psyches will never be compensated by anyone.
So, this doesn't tell you who scored the most points in the game. Realistically, it doesn't matter.