From iconic stadiums to legendary football museums, see our top picks for Notre Dame and Alabama, the 2 teams featured in the 2013 BCS National Championship game on Monday, Jan. 7 in South Beach, FL.
<b>Landmark vs. Landmark:</b> Serving as the mother church for the priests and brothers known at the Congregation of Holy Cross in the US, the Basilica of the Sacred Heart is also a landmark on Notre Dame's campus.
<b>Landmark vs. Landmark:</b> Denny Chimes, located on the quad on Alabama's campus, was named in honor of the school's former president, George H. Denny.
<b>Museum vs. Museum:</b> Quite possibly the greatest museum in all of sports, the College Football Hall of Fame is located in South Bend, IN.
<b>Museum vs. Museum:</b> The Paul 'Bear' Bryant Museum located at 300 Paul W. Bryant Drive in Tuscaloosa honors past players and coaches who helped shape the legendary program.
<b>Stadium vs. Stadium:</b> Notre Dame Stadium is known by many for its endzone view of "Touchdown Jesus" -- a large mural of Jesus with his arms in almost the same position as a referee signaling a touchdown.
<b>Stadium vs. Stadium:</b> Bryant-Denny Stadium located on the campus of the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa.
<b>Music vs. Music:</b> Hosting the nation's largest chamber music competition, South Bend is home of the Fischoff National Chamber Music Association.
<b>Music vs. Music:</b> Alabama is best known for Bluegrass.
<b>Zoo vs. Zoo:</b> Opened in 1902, South Bend's Potawatomi Zoo is the oldest zoo in the state of Indiana.
<b>Zoo vs. Zoo:</b> Birmingham Zoo located about an hour from Tuscaloosa.
<b>Food vs. Food:</b> Producing over 3,000 pounds of chocolate a day, the South Bend Chocolate Company is an institution in Indiana’s 4th largest city.
<b>Food vs. Food:</b> Alabama is famous for their BBQ, especially pork.
<b>Transportation vs. Transportation:</b> South Bend Regional Airport is the only transportation center in the US that houses air, rail and bus service in one location.
<b>Transportation vs. Transportation:</b> Tuscaloosa Regional Airport is used mainly by the sports programs of the University of Alabama, but is available for public use, as well.