With the last week of the regular college football season come and gone, we now prepared to head into the college football bowl postseason play, where teams get to come together one more time before we officially head into the offseason to prepare for yet another wild football season.
The most anticipated bowls will of course be the BCS Bowls, where the champions of their respective conferences, or teams of high caliber that qualify, will face one another on college football's biggest stages, and have truly separated themselves as the best in their respective conferences.
One of these particular bowls is the Allstate Sugar Bowl. Last season's matchup pitted the Arkansas Razorbacks against the Ohio State Buckeyes, who proved themselves victorious against Arkansas. But, this year, there will be no third SEC team, with the Alabama Crimson Tide likely headed for a rematch against LSU in the BCS National Championship.
So now the question becomes this: what teams will step into that spot to replace that SEC team that would normally play in that spot?