Every year at this time the BCS hinges its hopes that the elite teams will distinguish themselves from the pack, creating clear, crisp champions and compelling matchups.
While controversy and calamity do cause a stir and drive a lot of intrigue to college football and the bowls themselves, the BCS does not need to draw further attention and scrutiny to its ridiculous system.
Thus far, it's already been a rough go for the BCS. Sure-fire teams that travel well and drive ratings such as USC, Notre Dame, and Miami are likely out of the picture, while the possibility of having two non-AQ teams looms large.
Assuming that the BCS is entirely about money, power, greed, and control (I know that's a stretch that could never be possible) these are three highly likely upsets that will devastate the BCS.