Who's Really No. 1?

Rachel Bachman | Jan. 2, 2013 | The Wall Street Journal

11 National Championship rings / Mike Bennett of Lighthouse Imaging

As Notre Dame and Alabama, two of college football's most-decorated programs, prepare to meet in Miami for the national championship game on Jan. 7, one of the oldest and most Byzantine arguments in all of sports has been powerfully reanimated. Alabama claims 14 national titles, while Notre Dame counts 11 of its own. There were actually two years—1930 and 1973—when both the Crimson Tide and the Fighting Irish declared themselves champions.

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