Each BCS bowl season, fans are treated to some electrifying games or water cooler-worthy performances by players. This year is sure to bring more of the same with teams like Baylor, Alabama, Ohio State and Clemson taking the gridiron.
Here's a look at which players and bowl games are sure to be worthy of the highlight reels.
RB T.J. Yeldon, Alabama
T.J. Yeldon is one of the premier, if not the premier, running backs in the country. He hasn't rushed for fewer than 133 yards since playing Tennessee on Oct. 26.
In Oklahoma's four games against ranked opponents this season, the Sooners allowed three running backs to rush for 144 yards or more. This Sugar Bowl matchup has all the ingredients for a 100-plus-yard day on the ground paired with a touchdown or two for Yeldon.
Even in the five games this season where Yeldon didn't rush for more than 100 yards, he scored at least one touchdown in four of them.
If Oklahoma is able to contain Yeldon's rushing yards, history shows he'll at least find the end zone on one occasion. He's going to be hard for the Sooners to stop on either front and should put up some big numbers.
Michigan State vs. Stanford in the Rose Bowl
Considering the defenses that are going to line up in this one, Michigan State vs. Stanford could end with both teams unable to reach 24 points.
The Spartans only allow 12.7 points per game while their opponents allow just 18.6 per game. Both squads are among the top 10 in the country in the points against category.
The duel between quarterbacks Connor Cook and Kevin Hogan should be fun to watch as well. Cook has 2,423 yards and 20 touchdowns on the season. Hogan has a near-identical 2,487 yards and 20 touchdowns.
Seeing these two try to put up points against two solid defenses will be interesting to watch.
QB Blake Bortles, UCF
This is the first time the Knights have ever made it to a BCS bowl game, and they will need their quarterback at his best to stand a chance in this.
Bortles has thrown for 242 or more yards in four of his last six games and has 22 touchdowns on the year.
He will need to throw plenty of touchdowns to keep up with Baylor, who is first in the country in points for. The Bears score an average of 53 points per game.
Honestly, the Knights are going to have a tough time keeping up with their competition in this one. Bortles might be able to showcase some of his talents. He also has to feel good considering his offense has scored 39 and 41 points against Temple and Rutgers respectively in recent weeks.
RB Carlos Hyde, Ohio State
The Buckeyes senior has rushed for more than 100 yards in every game he's played since Sept. 19 against Wisconsin.
Georgia Tech's Robert Godhigh ran for 126 yards and two touchdowns on Ohio State's Orange Bowl opponent in Clemson. South Carolina's Connor Shaw and Mike Davis combined for 116 yards against the Tigers back on Nov. 30.
Hyde is sure to be a focal point in the Ohio State offense as he has been for much of the 2013 season. Considering Clemson had a rough go shutting down the Gamecocks' and Georgia Tech's rushing attack, Hyde should do well in the Discover Orange Bowl.
WR Kelvin Benjamin, Florida State
Kelvin Benjamin was quite the stud for the Florida State offense in its last two games before the bowl season.
He posted 212 yards on nine catches and three touchdowns against Florida. The Seminoles receiver also grabbed five passes for 119 yards and two touchdowns against Duke.
Before the most recent two games, Benjamin had just one game with more than 100 yards receiving. He has come up big as of late, though, and you can expect that to be the case in the national title game as well.
One thing Benjamin has done all year is score touchdowns, with 14 so far, so he will at the very least be a red-zone threat in this contest.
Quarterback Jameis Winston loves throwing to Benjamin, and that won't change on college football's biggest stage.