The BCS Era has been dominated by the Southeastern conference, especially in the last almost-decade.
SEC teams have won the last seven BCS National Championships, becoming not just "a" but "the" main pipeline for producing NFL talent. The league has distanced itself from others and enjoyed a class of its relative own during the last 15 years.
During that time, as one could imagine, the conference's high profile has fostered an embarrassment of memorable games. The best players on the best teams in the biggest stadiums always seem to have that combined effect.
Many of those games, like many of the SEC's championships, took place in the last seven or eight years, as the conference's dominance has reached new heights. But even before that, the BCS-era SEC produced a couple of time-tested moments.