Boise State, TCU and Utah have found themselves in two BCS games each during the current BCS era in college football.
Each time, they did so as "BCS-busters", or a team outside of the BCS automatic qualifying conferences that earns a trip to a BCS game.
Since it became easier for team outside the BCS conference to make one these games in 2004, there have been eight BCS-busters in the postseason where they have gone a combined 5-3.
It has become a regular occurrence for one of these "underdogs" to crash the party. This season should not be expected to be any different.
There are several candidates to crash the BCS party in 2013, from Northern Illinois all the way to Utah State.
Here is a list of the games that could potentially have the biggest impact on the postseason as it's related to BCS-busters.