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2010 Rose Bowl, BCS Championship on DVD Feb. 16

By admin Published: January 21, 2010

The Rose Bowl DVD also includes "a condensed version of the Buckeyes’ last Rose Bowl victory, a 20-17 win over Arizona State in 1997." Details after the jump.

The official announcement:

ESPN Home Entertainment, in conjunction with Team Marketing, will release the 2010 Rose Bowl Game presented by Citi and the 2010 Citi BCS National Championship Game featuring the most unforgettable moments of the classic matchups between four of the most storied programs in college football. The DVDs will be available February 16th at retailers nationwide and can be pre-ordered online at the following links: Rose Bowl DVD pre-order and BCS DVD pre-order.

The 96th Rose Bowl saw the Ohio State Buckeyes capture their first Rose Bowl victory since 1997 behind the arms and legs of quarterback Terrelle Pryor and a stingy defense that held the Oregon Ducks’ high flying spread offense in check most of the game.

The 2010 Rose Bowl Game presented by Citi DVD will include the commercial-free game broadcast, as well as special bonus features that include post game interviews and a condensed version of the Buckeyes’ last Rose Bowl victory, a 20-17 win over Arizona State in 1997, making it a must-have for all Buckeyes' fans.

The Alabama Crimson Tide captured the school's eighth national championship, and first since 1992, as they topped the Texas Longhorns 37-21 in the Citi BCS National Championship Game. In beating the Longhorns, the Tide followed the same formula that got them to the big stage - tough, physical defense and the ability to run the ball offensively.

The Official 2010 Citi BCS National Championship DVD will include the commercial-free game broadcast, post game interviews, as well as a special bonus feature of the Heisman Trophy Presentation to Mark Ingram, making it a great addition to any Alabama fan’s collection.

Each DVD has a suggested retail price of $24.95.

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