BCS Bowl Games: Which at-Large Contenders Got Screwed the Worst?

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BCS Bowl Games: Which at-Large Contenders Got Screwed the Worst?
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It will be a relaxing Sunday night for Les Miles and Morris Claiborne because they know where LSU is headed during bowl season.

Perhaps the best answer to "who got screwed worst" in bowl season would be Oklahoma State, Stanford, Boise State and anyone who might feel they have a reasonable objection to Alabama getting a rematch with top-ranked Louisiana State for the BCS national championship on Jan. 9 in New Orleans.

The truth is, anyone who favors a playoff also got screwed once again.

My personal belief is that if Alabama and LSU were included on opposite sides of an eight-team tournament, they still would reach the title game.

But at least then others with a legitimate beef would be given every opportunity to prove their arguments correct.

Until that day arrives, it will continue to come down to voters and computers.

Here's a look at some teams who got screwed and why.

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