MOBILE, Ala. (WALA) - Fans in downtown Mobile were out in force celebrating a Bama victory.
Fans started filing into O'Daly's on Dauphin Street at 6 p.m. to watch the Tide take on the Fighting Irish for the 2013 National Championship.
The cheering didn't stop for fans as the Tide dominated the Irish in the matchup.
"I was expecting a close game didn't expect it to be a total blowout but I'm entirely happy the way it did," said one Tide fan.
Those at The Brickyard were in hand to celebrate Alabama make history with a 15 th BCS National Title. Caleb Wilson was on hand at to watch history.
"They have a phenomenal team from what I heard it's the best statistically in history. I'm just glad to be from this state right now," said Wilson.
The party didn't stop when the trophy was handed out, fans kept the celebration going on Dauphin Street. They say Monday's win secures Alabama as the best football program this year and in the future.
"We got more coming back next year. Roll tide," said long-time fan Shannon Pierce.
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