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OK, now seems like a good point to interject.
Look at the teams ranked 10 through five here. Now, explain how the BCS can pretend to be anything other than glorified power rankings.
Sure, LSU probably has an edge on the rest of the 10-1 teams for the top ranking, but how can you possibly differentiate between teams like Michigan State, Oklahoma State, Ohio State, Wisconsin and Stanford?
The answer is you can't.
So many spend their time arguing about the top spots and undefeated teams when it comes to the BCS rankings that they completely miss the biggest reason why the BCS rankings are pointless and crooked.
How can such a demarcation be made between so many teams with the same record with any sanity?
It doesn't really matter too much when considering these specific rankings because conference championships decide the bowl games, more or less; however, if the BCS rankings try to pass off these completely unfounded rankings of teams with similar rankings, then how can their rankings of undefeated teams ever be taken seriously?
Furthermore, the rankings, as they exist right now, only stand to fortify the stranglehold the "major" conferences have on bowl games and the ability to generate money, big-time signings and national championships.
If BCS conferences are always favored due to "style points," how can we ever find out if teams from conferences like the Mountain West or Western Athletic Conference can actually compete with national championship-caliber teams from BCS conferences?
The only way to decide what 10-1 team is best is to allow them to play each other, just as the only way to determine the national champion in college football is to let the teams play one another.
So without further ado, here are the final four teams, all undefeated, and the uncensored take on the BCS given their standing.