The year of the undefeated in college football has brought forth an unprecedented matchup in the BCS era. Two undefeated teams will play in a bowl other than the championship.
Alabama and Texas were handed that game, so the Fiesta thought it would be novel to create this matchup.
TCU and Boise State battled all year long to crash the big party only to end up dancing with each other. It has generated far more controversy than any of the other bowls this year, leading most people to just assume that the BCS got the championship game right.
While many (myself included) feel like both of these teams got the shaft by not getting to play BCS opponents, this game is actually a great matchup.
I've decided to coin it the "Non-AQ National Championship." The winner of this game will have just as good a résumé of the winner from Alabama/Texas.
If the Broncos win, they beat two BCS bowl teams. A TCU win would be their fifth over a ranked opponent this year. Either team will have knocked off an unbeaten to cap off their own perfect season.
I won't get into too many particulars for this game, as there will surely be plenty of other articles out there doing just that. What I will say is it will be a very close game, but the Broncos are lucky they get Kellen Moore back next season because they don't get it done this year.
TCU wins the game of the year 34-31.