#LIVEMAS DAY IN PICTURES
Friends, family and football. This sport we love is all about the experience -- and who you experience it with. The pageantry and passion that make fall Saturdays so special to all of us? There was plenty of it to go around on Championship Saturday.
What Our Experts Are Saying
SATURDAY PRIMETIME LIVE
Championship Saturday delivered the drama and the controversy and our chats were as lively as they've been all season. Re-live all of the debate here:
@ESPNStatsInfo: Michigan State not only won all nine games against Big Ten opponents this season, but won each of them by double-digits. The Spartans won for just the second time in their last 10 tries against Ohio State and are going to the Rose Bowl for the first time since 1987.
@ESPNStatsInfo: MSU's Jeremy Langford had his eighth straight 100-yd rushing game and became the first player all season to have a 100-yard game vs Ohio State.
@ESPNStatsInfo: Florida State beat its four ranked opponents this season by a total score of 200-35. The Seminoles have scored 35-plus points in 13 straight games, tied for the second-longest streak in college football history. They haven't trailed since Sept. 28 at BC.
@ESPNStatsInfo: FSU's Jameis Winston broke FBS freshman records for pass TD (38, was 36 by Sam Bradford) and pass yards (3,820, was 3,740 by Brett Hundley).
@ESPNStatsInfo: With its Pac-12 title game win at No. 11 Arizona State, Stanford has now won 10 straight against ranked opponents (6-0 this season). The Cardinal will make back-to-back Rose Bowl trips for the first time since 1970-71.
@ESPNStatsInfo: The 101 points scored in Auburn's 59-42 victory over Missouri shattered the previous SEC Championship Game record (75).
@ESPNStatsInfo: Auburn became just the third major-conference team in the AP poll era (1936) to win or share a league title after going winless in league play the year before.
@ESPNStatsInfo: Missouri hadn't allowed 200 rush yards in any of its 12 games. Auburn ran for 545, which dropped Mizzou from No. 2 in the SEC in rush D to No. 9. It was the most by any SEC team in 40 years.
The College Football Final crew hands out helmet stickers each Saturday night and they don't want to miss anyone worthy. So if one of your players has a sticker-worthy performance, tweet it out and let us know by using the hashtag #helmetstickers. Then watch Final to see if your player made the cut.
OUR TWITTER TEAM
Twitter is now an essential part of the college football experience on Saturdays. Who should you be following from our ESPN.com team?
Andrea Adelson -- ACC (@aadelsonESPN)
Edward Aschoff -- SEC (@AschoffESPN)
Brian Bennett -- Big Ten (@ESPN_BigTen)
Brandon Chatmon -- Big 12/OU (@BChatmon)
David Ching -- SEC/Georgia (@ESPNChing)
Heather Dinich -- ACC (@ESPN_ACC)
Matt Fortuna -- ACC/ND (@Matt_Fortuna)
Kevin Gemmell -- Pac-12 (@ESPN_Pac12blog)
David Hale -- ACC/FSU (@DavidHaleESPN)
Travis Haney -- National (@TravHaneyESPN)
Chantel Jennings -- B1G/UM (@ChantelJennings)
Sam Khan -- SEC/Texas A&M (@skhanjr)
Chris Low -- SEC (@ESPN_SEC)
Ivan Maisel -- National (@Ivan_Maisel)
Ted Miller -- Pac-12 (@ESPN_Pac12blog)
Josh Moyer -- Big Ten/PSU (@ESPNJoshMoyer)
Max Olson -- Big 12/Texas (@max_olson)
Greg Ostendorf -- SEC/Auburn (@GregO_ESPN)
Adam Rittenberg -- Big Ten (@ESPN_BigTen)
Alex Scarborough -- SEC/Bama (@AlexS_ESPN)
Mark Schlabach -- National (@Mark_Schlabach)
Mitch Sherman -- B1G/Neb. (@mitchsherman)
Jake Trotter -- Big 12 (@ESPN_Big12)
Austin Ward -- Big Ten/Ohio St. (@AWardESPN)
Gene Wojciechowski -- National (@GenoESPN)