College football's 2010 BCS games included four teams that lost at least two games before their bowl game.
While Arkansas and Oklahoma both faced stiffer competition in the regular season and earned their spots, in spite of the losses, some felt teams such as UConn did not deserve the berth.
Which teams could be the ones to provide us with some regular-season agony, only to show up in a BCS game?
Every one of these teams qualifies for one of two reasons.
Either they play in a conference with a ridiculously high level of competition (SEC), or they could potentially lose two within their less-than-difficult conference, but still win their conference championship.
Each one of them possesses a certain level of talent and potential as well, and most of them are likely top-25 teams.
While BCS games supposedly feature 10 of the best teams in the country, it is very likely that at least one of them will be familiar with the sting of defeat.
These teams are the most likely to make a BCS game, even with a defeat or two on their record.