The BCS Top 25 ranking is still in a state of flux, but the Bowl picture is starting to become clearer.
A school's 12th man plays a pivotal role, particularly in home games.
College Football fan bases are made up of some of the most dedicated, wild and crazy supporters in all of sports.
The sense of loyalty and camaraderie is nearly unmatched.
The Wolf Pack makes their home in Mackay Stadium. It only seats about 30,000 fans, but they make their presence known on game day.
Salt Lake City's Rice-Eccles Stadium fills up to or near its 45,634 seat capacity when the Utes play.
The city probably has more Utah Jazz fans, but those yearning for football turn here when they need their fix.
Behind the arm of Andrew Luck, Stanford currently sits at No. 4 in the BCS standings.
Should a double upset occur with Auburn and Oregon this weekend, they have a shot at making a trip to the BCS National Championship game.
Stanford University football has a long and storied program with ardent fans.
The Huskies make their home in Dekalb, Illinois at Huskie Stadium.
Better known as "The Dog House", the stadium seats just over 30,000 and NIU students and alumni flock to games to support their team.
If you go to a stadium or see them on T.V., you'll see nothing but a sea of purple in the stands.
The Mississippi State Bulldogs make their home at Davis Wade Stadium, also known as the Dawg Pound.
The fans are best known for the cowbells they bring on gameday.
While they were banned by the SEC, fans continue to sneak them in and kick up the sound level.
Texas Christian University will probably be better known for its most famous alumni, LaDanian Tomlinson.
They may not be able to match up against the powerhouse programs in the nation on a yearly basis, but they're ranked No. 3 this year and they may even make it into the BCS National Title game.
Their supporters are faithful and they show their support at Amon G. Carter Stadium.
Boise State is best known for their blue field and wild fans.
It really wasn't until the last few years that they came to prominence, but they've made their mark.
Their stadium is tiny compared to the bigger programs in the nation—with only 34,000 seats—but they fill it up and they get loud.
Arizona is currently ranked No. 23, but after losing to Arizona State last night in an overtime thriller, their Bowl hopes may have gone down the drain.
Arizona Stadium, in Tuscon, seats 57,803 people.
At the end of games, fans can be seen with arms linked, singing and jumping up and down to their schools alma mater.
West Virginia University may be in the middle of nowhere, but that's what makes game day all the more exciting.
It may only seat just over 60,000 fans, but they flock to Milan Puskar stadium in droves to support their Mountaineers.
Boone Pickens Stadium is located in Stillwater.
The stadium has been officially sold out, but they've never actually filled the whole stadium up to its 60,128 seating capacity.
However, under coach Mike Gundy, the Cowboys have brought in record crowds and the fan base continues to grow.
The Michigan State Spartans may play under the shadow of the University of Michigan, but the program is no push over.
They've won numerous national championships and they're well respected around the country.
Making their home in East Lansing at Spartan Stadium, the venue is perhaps best known for their Corner Blitz section and the dedicated fans that populate the section.
Located in Columbia, Missouri, the Mizzou Tigers play at Faurot Field.
Sellout crowds are the norm at Faurot field and many times they exceed the 71,004 seating capacity.
That's a special type of dedication for those wearing the black and yellow.
Currently ranked No. 19, South Carolina is facing off against Auburn for the SEC Championship.
Williams-Brice Stadium has just over an 80,000 seat capacity, and the Gamecocks faithful make their presence known.
The Cockpit is considered one of the toughest places to play in college football and the Gamecocks have some of the loudest fans.
If it ain't swayin', they ain't playin'.
The Wisconsin Badgers are one of the rowdiest fan bases in all of college football.
Just before the fourth quarter, get ready to feel Camp Randall Stadium shake once the jumping starts.
Kyle Field is one of the top state-of-the-art facilities in the country.
Once game day rolls around, everything revolves around the Aggies and Kyle Field fills up with loud and dedicated fans.
The state of Florida loves their football, and those in Tallahassee supporting the Seminoles personify their dedication.
FSU's Tomahawk Chop is instantly recognizable and Doak Campbell Stadium is quite a sight to behold once is starts.
Auburn is one of the most storied programs in College Football.
With Cam Newton leading the charge, the Tigers look poised to make a run at the BCS National Title game.
Jordan-Hare Stadium seats over 87,000 fans and it makes for an intimidating atmosphere for visiting teams.
The Razorbacks split their time between Donalds W. Reynolds Stadium and War Memorial Stadium.
Wherever they go, Arkansas natives make sure to show up in numbers to support their Razorbacks.
With Bobby Petrino coaching the team, they are poised to make it to the Sugar Bowl this season and you can expect many fans to make their way out to the game.
Making their home in Blacksburg, Virginia, Hokie Nation is a sight to behold.
Lane Stadium is widely considered to be one of the scariest places to play and the Hokies have one of the best home field advantages in all of college football.
The home crowd is known for following many traditions, all used to rattle their opponent and to support their beloved Hokies.
Ranked No. 2 in the land, the Ducks are on the road to the BCS National Title game.
The only roadblock in their way is Oregon State in the Civil War.
Oregon's Autzen stadium is rather unique, with stands only feet away from the playing field.
The Ducks are rowdy and they like to get loud.
It certainly helps that they're known for having the best cheerleaders.
Considered to be one of, if not the most prestigious program in all of the country, Oklahoma Sooner football is a way of life for their faithful fans.
Gaylord Family Memorial Stadium fills up to its 82,112 seat capacity nearly every Saturday.
The Boomer and Sooner mascots get the fans riled up and they create an intimidating atmosphere for visiting teams.
Nebraska's Memorial Stadium has the most consecutive sell outs with over 300 in a row.
The stadium may not match up against the likes of places like Michigan's Big House, but it's an impressive streak nonetheless.
That type of dedication is hard to find, but I guess it helps that they're in Nebraska.
Les Miles had the Tigers ranked at No. 5 and were nearly a lock to make the Sugar Bowl, but a defeat at the hands of Arkansas leaves them most likely to see a Cotton Bowl berth.
Death Valley is one of the most intimidating venues to play in all of sports. They're well known for the deafening sound level the crowd ratchets up.
However, they have a bad rep for some of the intense fervor they show to opposing teams and their fans.
Led by Jim Tressel and Terrell Pryor, the Buckeyes have their eyes on the Sugar Bowl.
Ohio State is a tradition rich school, and Ohio Stadium in one of the most recognizable in College Football thanks to its unique shape. The stadium is perhaps better known as the Horseshoe.
Over 100,000-plus fans fill up the Horseshoe on game day, ready to cheer their Buckeyes and taunt their opponent.
Alabama may not be in contention for a BCS Bowl game after their crushing second half meltdown against Auburn, but their loyal fans will support them to the very end.
Bryant-Denny stadium is packed to the brim on game day and the stadium is filled with crimson red in all corners.
Be careful not to be caught up in the Roll Tide.