I think the BCS got it right for the championship. Auburn had a great season - but their non conference schedule was pathetic - and I think it cost them. OKs whipping of Colorado cinched them into the final, as did USCs domination of UCLA. BCS messed up by allowing the Big Least into the BCS after the conference was so depleted - rules are rules, but if Pitt was not in the BCS, we would probably have Texas Vs Utah - which would have been a great test for Utah - and a chance to show that they really belong. Cal would have been in the Rose - where they think they belong. Texas got what they wanted - a BCS bid in the Rose - now they have to show that they can handle big game pressure and beat Mich. Handeling pressure is not something Texas under Mac Brown has done well, look at this years OK game! Texas getting into the Rose, got A&M into the Cotton against TN - GO AGGIES WHOOP! The strength of schedule in the Big 12 South really paid off for OK and TX - the Big 12 South is well represented in the bowls - OK, TX, A&M, Texas Tech - all good teams in decent bowls I actually think Utah got the worst deal of any of the teams that made the BCS - beating Pitt does nothing for them, they needed to play at least TX.