If you were hoping for chaos in the BCS, boy did you get some.
In a week where we least expected it, three teams in the Top Five lost within 24 hours. The Oklahoma State Cowboys were second in the latest BCS rankings and just needed to win out to play for it all.
The Oregon Ducks were right there behind the Cowboys and they suffered a heartbreaking loss to USC on a missed field goal as time expired. Oklahoma lost to Baylor as well, even though the Sooners had never lost to the Bears in 20 previous matchups.
There have been more teams that have ruined their chances to play for the BCS national championship with brutal losses in the past 24 hours than we have ever seen.
The top three of the BCS will be the following: LSU, Alabama and Arkansas. They are not only all from the same division, but also from the same conferece.
So, what in the world will happen next?
The Cowboys were almost a mortal lock to make the BCS National Championship Game had they won their remaining games. They just needed to get by the Iowa State Cyclones, who only had five wins prior to the game.
Brandon Weeden was the Heisman front-runner, and he was throwing for close to 500 yards a game. There was no chance Iowa State was going to slow him down, right?
In one of the craziest games of the season, the Oklahoma Sooners were officially knocked out of the BCS national championship race after suffering the program's first ever loss to Baylor, 45-38.
That's right, Baylor had never beaten the Sooners.
Oklahoma was ranked fifth for a reason, as they have an explosive offense led by Landry Jones. But the loss of Ryan Broyles to injury has killed this squad from a leadership standpoint and as far as on-field production.
Oklahoma will likely land way outside of the Top 10, and they need to beat Oklahoma State to have any chance of playing in a BCS Bowl. The loser of Bedlam will drop to somewhere in the teens of the BCS, and the winner will win the Big 12 and earn a berth in the Fiesta Bowl.
Oregon lost to LSU in the season opener, but that was not a huge deal since they had the rest of the season ahead of them and the Tigers were ranked atop all of the polls.
The Ducks still had a slight chance of sneaking into the BCS National Championship Game if they could make a statement against the Trojans.
They made a statement all right, but it was not exactly the one they were hoping to make.
LaMichael James did not look like his normal self after getting dinged up, and the big plays were just not there in the running game.
De'Anthony Thomas has turned into one of the best big-play runners in the country, but that didn't help the Ducks defend Matt Barkley, who absolutely torched their secondary. Barkley threw for 323 yards and four touchdowns.
The temperature was frigid in Eugene, but that is no excuse for Darron Thomas and his offense having such an awful first half. The defense was carved up by Robert Woods and Marqise Lee all night long.
Lastly, the Ducks were playing from behind all game and the turnovers, on top of not having LaMichael James out on the field, crushed the Ducks' dreams of a BCS national championship.
It was just a few weeks ago that the Clemson Tigers were clicking on all cylinders and it looked as if no defense in America could slow down the Tigers. Clemson was on on the verge of sneaking into the Top Five and surpassing nearly every team in the BCS rankings.
Well, the unexpected occurred ... twice.
Georgia Tech stunned Clemson on Oct. 29, and the Tigers suffered a second devastating defeat this weekend. They expected to just show up and beat the NC State Wolfpack, even without their superstar wide receiver Sammy Watkins.
The game did not go as planned, with a few awful turnovers that ultimately did the Tigers in before halftime. Watkins was only going to be used in case of an emergency, and in a game that did not matter (Clemson clinched the division last week), he never saw the field.
Tajh Boyd has been reeling without a healthy Watkins, and it killed the team against NC State. Boyd threw two picks and no touchdowns, and the team turned the ball over four times. Most of the turnovers put the defense in brutal situations.
Clemson had better bounce back and prepare for South Carolina next weekend before they completely fall off the map. They will take on the winner of Virginia vs. Virginia Tech in the ACC championship.
If Dabo and the coaching staff cannot rally the troops, these Tigers could have as many as four or five losses when the bowl season comes to an end. Remember, there were many who thought this was going to be the year that Clemson got back to the national championship game for the first time since 1981.
I wish I had Lee Corso to say a few words about the Broncos, because they have blown their BCS chances in consecutive seasons.
Both losses came on missed kicks, but it is so much worse than that. The Broncos have had beef for years despite playing a soft schedule, but if there was ever a year for a non-automatic qualifier to run the table and play in the BCS National Championship Game, this was it.
Boise State may still be ranked in the Top Five, but they could have been third as early as this weekend had they not choked against TCU.
Broncos quarterback Kellen Moore has the most wins in the history of the sport, and yet he has only played in one BCS bowl during his career.
But the Broncos could still receive an at-large bid despite not winning their conference.
How does the Fiesta Bowl or the Sugar Bowl pass on Boise State if Houston and Stanford were to lose one more game this season? The Broncos will likely crack the Top Six and perhaps the Top Five.
The Broncos lost fair and square, and I would have no problem if they don't make a BCS bowl let alone the national championship game.
This is absolute chaos right now, and nobody knows what is going to happen next with so many huge upsets happening each week.