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Is there anyone out there who doesn't believe Boise State can put up another 12-0 regular season?
The Broncos seem to be stuck at No. 5 in the BCS, even though they jumped one spot in the B/R Top 25 to No. 4 (while Alabama fell to No. 5).
Still, the Broncos are starting to see a little love from the BCS computers, which placed them at No. 3, No. 4, No. 5, No. 5, No. 5 and No. 6, respectively. Only LSU, Oklahoma State and Alabama rank higher in the computers, and the Broncos are tied with the Sooners.
It seems clear that Boise State is headed for a BCS bowl this season. The only remaining question is which bowl.
If you're a fan of Boise State, or just want to see them get that long-awaited and overdue shot at a BCS championship, you'll likely be rooting for Arkansas, Oregon and Oklahoma down the stretch. Those are the three teams that have a legitimate shot to knock off three of the four teams currently ranked ahead of Boise state in the BCS.
If you haven't had the opportunity to watch Boise State this season, the Nov. 12 showdown with the Horned Frogs from TCU (ranked No. 24 in the coaches poll) will be a great opportunity to catch up on the exploits of Kellen Moore and company.
Moore, a Heisman contender again this season, broke the all-time wins record by a starting quarterback this past weekend with Boise's win at UNLV.
While many people like to argue that Boise State doesn't play the best of the best every week, that milestone of 46 wins is no less impressive. No FBS quarterback can say they have won as many games as Kellen Moore. The only thing left now is to see if Moore can hit 50 (which would require a 13-0 record by Boise State this season).
An undefeated Boise State will find its way back to the BCS, and combined with a loss by three of any four teams ranked ahead of the Broncos, that trip could be to New Orleans.