BCS Bowl Announcement: When and Where to Catch Matchup Supershow

Dan RenfroCorrespondent IIIDecember 4, 2011

STILLWATER, OK - OCTOBER 29:  Wide receiver Justin Blackmon #81, inside receiver Tracy Moore #87 and wide receiver Isaiah Anderson #82 of the Oklahoma State Cowboys sing the school song to fans after the game against the Baylor Bears on October 29, 2011 at Boone Pickens Stadium in Stillwater, Oklahoma.  Oklahoma State defeated Baylor 59-24.  (Photo by Brett Deering/Getty Images)
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The BCS selection show is finally here.

After all the games, talk and unrest, tonight will set everything in stone. People can make any case they want. It won't matter, because after tonight, the games will be completely set.

The show will be at 8:15 ET on ESPN. They will announce what teams will play in what bowls, and then each major bowl will surely be dissected.

Some questions still remain, and they will be plenty of reasons to tune in.

Will Oklahoma State sneak in ahead of Alabama?

A lot of pundits were reserved to an SEC rematch in the BCS National Championship. After Alabama was idle and Oklahoma State routed Oklahoma, the Cowboys made as strong of a case as they could (after, you know, losing to Iowa State).

In an extremely close vote, Alabama is still ahead of Oklahoma State in the latest AP Poll. The AP Poll is not used in the BCS rankings, but it definitely previews how close the vote will be tonight.

Where will Boise State and Houston end up?

This year, there were two more small teams trying to make an argument for a BCS berth. After a loss to TCU, Boise State still looks poised to claim another spot in a BCS bowl.

Houston, on the other hand, got smoked by Southern Mississippi. With that embarrassing finish, it doesn't seem likely that they will get a BCS bid.