Championship week is in the books, and barring any major surprises on tomorrow night's BCS selection show on ESPN, we'll be seeing an Alabama and Notre Dame national championship game on January 7.
The rest of the BCS field is also falling into place, with the remainder of the field all but set and awaiting the final approval via the BCS rankings and the bowl selection committees making their final announcements on Sunday.
The Rose, Sugar, Fiesta and Orange bowls are part of the tradition that make this sport great, and when coupled with the BCS National Championship Game, make for a seven-day span that rivals very few weeks in any sport.
Here's a look at the most recent projections for the BCS bowls. We'll know for sure on Sunday night, but for right now these are the most likely projections for the biggest games of the college football season.