Yes, the BCS is racked with flaws.
Yes, due to league tie-ins, the bowl matchups are often so much less interesting and competitive than they might be.
Yes, when the fourth-place team in Conference USA is getting a bowl bid, then there might be too many bowls.
Yes, no matter how any of these games turn out, there will be at least one team that feels it didn't get its fair shot.
Still, it's bowl season, and it's fraught with drama.
Urban Meyer's last game. Will Rich Rodriguez hang onto his job? Will Oklahoma choke? Will UConn get utterly embarrassed? Will TCU prove that they belong?
Will the upstart from Eugene or the twice-burned superpower from the Deep South bring home the national championship?
Finally, which are the can't-miss bowls, and which are the ones that aren't worth calling out from work?