FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) -- Barrett Jones was definitely not going there.
Alabama's All-American offensive lineman has played five seasons for coach Nick Saban and he knows better than to talk about stuff like legacies and the Crimson Tide's place in history.
Jones wasn't about to use the D word.
The D word would be dynasty and it is definitely off-limits around Alabama. But make no mistake, if the second-ranked Crimson Tide can beat No. 1 Notre Dame on Monday night in Miami it will become the first team to win consecutive BCS championships and join a select list of college football programs with three national titles in four years.
In short, Alabama will lay claim to one of the great runs in history.
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