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Wes Byrum kicked a 19-yard field goal as time expired and No. 1 Auburn beat No. 2 Oregon 22-19 to win the BCS national championship Monday night.
Auburn running back Michael Dyer turned a short run into a 37-yard gain by spinning over the top of a defender, setting up the winning field goal in the top-ranked Tigers' 22-19 win over No. 2 Oregon Monday night in the BCS championship.
Two of the nation's most prolific offenses took a while to get going in the BCS championship.