As we near the end of another exciting and unpredictable college football season, representatives from all of the bowls will be jockeying to secure commitments from the nation's premier schools.
Unfortunately for most of those reps, they will get whatever is leftover from the BCS.
Although plenty of great teams and fanbases will be available, the best of the best will be playing in January with BCS stickers on their helmets.
Here are five teams that every bowl would love to have—especially the BCS.
The Tigers are the nation's premier program this season and they boast one of the best fanbases in America.
Representatives from the Sugar Bowl have to be licking their chops at the prospect of an undefeated LSU team playing for the national title in their home state.
Football is life in Alabama, and Louisiana isn't all that far from the Bayou State.
Regardless of where the Tide end up playing in January, their fans will travel in droves and the team will provide a good product on the field.
For the first time in years, this isn't your father's Clemson team.
It seems like every year the Tigers get off to a white-hot start and then the wheels fall off.
Despite a disappointing loss to Georgia Tech that ruined their perfect season, Clemson is 9-1 and they've already secured a spot in the ACC title game.
Expect a large contingent from the state of South Carolina to follow if the Tigers move on to the BCS.
Believe it or not, the Cornhuskers haven't been to the BCS since they played in the 2002 Rose Bowl.
Nothing matters more in Nebraska than Husker football. Whereas a large portion of South Carolina would likely travel to see Clemson in the BCS, the entire state of Nebraska would follow the Blackshirts wherever they go.
Nobody travels better than the Badgers.
The red and white faithful love a good party and there's no better reason for celebration than a BCS bowl game.
Rose Bowl officials can attest to the passion of Badger fans, who have snatched up tickets to the Grand Daddy of Them All in impressive fashion the last four times Wisconsin finished their season in Pasadena.