Let's go bowling!
Sunday night saw the announcement of the full 35-game slate for the 2013-14 college football bowl season, with the schedule featuring plenty of amazing matchups. Yeah, and some stinkers too.
The five BCS bowls, including the BCS National Championship Game, are ripe with traditional powers as well as a few upstarts, but good games are dotted all throughout the schedule.
The first four games kick off on Dec. 21, while the Auburn-Florida State battle for the national title ends things on Jan. 6 in Pasadena, Calif. The championship game, which pits the top two teams in the final BCS standings, was the obvious choice after a season of uncertainty and concern that the final year of the BCS would end in controversy.
ESPN.com's Ted Miller writes, "It will be must-see TV with plenty of intrigue and very few naysayers about the legitimacy of the matchup."
Who will win them all? Click through the slideshow for our picks on each and every one, along with analysis of some of the more key games. Then, chime in on the comments board to let us know your choices.