Alabama the BCS and AP #1

It’s official, as if there would be any doubt. The University of Alabama was unanimously chosen early Friday morning for the top spot in the final Associated Press poll of the 2009 college football season.

Alabama is the BCS and AP National Champion.

Oh, it’s good to be king.

Here are the final standings:

1. Alabama
2. Texas
3. Florida
4. Boise State
5. Ohio State
6. TCU
7. Iowa
8. Cincinnati
9. Penn State
10. Virginia Tech
11. Oregon
12. Georgia Tech
13. BYU
14. Nebraska
15. Pittsburgh
16. Wisconsin
17. Utah
18. LSU
19. Miami
20. Ole Miss
21. Texas Tech
22. USC
23. Central Michigan
24. Clemson
25. West Virginia

In claiming the crown, Bama defeated 10 bowl teams, including three of the final ten. The Tide also snapped Florida’s 22 game winning streak, broke Texas’ 17 game winning streak, made Urban quit, made Tebow cry, and sent Colt McCoy to the pros early.

Early indications favor Alabama vying for the crown again next year. Next year’s BCS National Championship game will be played in Glendale, Arizona, the traditional site of the Fiesta Bowl.