The BCS was smashed in December for a few teams that were thought to have no business belong in the first place. However, all four of the BCS games thus far have been amazing to watch.
West Virginia-Clemson was a shootout early on, but the Mountaineers gave us the sort of offensive electricity that we have not seen in the BCS before.
Geno Smith threw for 401 yards and six touchdowns against a Clemson squad that was expected to limit him, and there were no issues by Dana Holgersen's squad at any point during the season.
However, that is what happens when you give great coaching staffs an extra month to prepare for the opposition. These recent bowl games have been so exciting because the offenses are clicking on all cylinders.
Boise State, Utah and TCU have all knocked off BCS teams despite being the underdog, but all three had (or still have) some of the best coaching staffs in the country.
Though some fans want more non-AQ's to get their shot at a BCS bowl, there are still some that do not think they deserve them. This Mountaineers' victory only helps make the case for these small kids around the block that want their shots at the bullies.