Lexington, Kentucky - Using power and strength all year has finally paid off for the Kentucky Wildcats. They are the 2010 Bowl Championship Series champions. Champagne fell from the heavens shortly there after. Seniors Curtis Pulley and Alfonso Smith played exceptionally well in what has become UK's first BCS title. Pulley, who was injured for half of the year accounted for 4 touchdowns, but it was Smith who got the MVP honors. "I wouldn't up here getting this award if it wasn't for Curtis," said Smith. "He truly was the senior leader on this team."
Arizona, who made a meteoric rise through the PAC-10 wouldn't die without a fight. "We immediately marched down the field and got into the redzone. Curtis through a slant and Zona snatched it up and took it in for a score," said Coach Fife. "It looked like Super Bowl XLIII all over again." Fife is referring to Kurt Warner's 100 yard interception that was returned for a touchdown for the Pittsburgh Steelers. "Come to think of it, that's really eerie," said Fife.