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Alabama Prepares for Oregon Lite

Julie Bennett/Birmingham News

Nick Saban has all the luck.

How many coaches get a do-over in the national championship game?

Saban’s on his way to doing it twice.

Last year, he figured out how to beat LSU in the BCS Championship Game by losing to the Tigers in the regular season.

This year, he gets to prep for Oregon against Oregon Lite.

Also known as Texas A&M.

What better way to be ready for the swoosh of the Ducks than to experience the blur of the Aggies? No college football team plays the game at the speed of light quite like Oregon, but Texas A&M comes close.

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