BCS Bowl Games: The Best Aspect of Every BCS Bowl Team
It seems like this year’s crop of 10 BCS bowl teams is split into two very distinct categories.
You’ve got teams like LSU and Alabama, which possess historically great defenses, but then you’ve also got a big group of teams, who win with their explosive offensive attacks.
Oklahoma State, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Oregon and Clemson have all just flat-out overwhelmed teams with their explosive offenses this year, and each of those teams posses the type of firepower at the offensive skill-positions to really put a ton of pressure on a defense.
If you like great quarterback play, you may not get a lot of it in the BCS national championship game, but there are some budding star quarterbacks like Virginia Tech’s Logan Thomas, West Virginia’s Geno Smith and Clemson’s Tajh Boyd to give you you’re proper fill. And then you’ve also got the established star signal-callers like Stanford’s Andrew Luck, Wisconsin's Russell Wilson, Oklahoma State’s Brandon Weeden, Oregon’s Darron Thomas and Michigan’s Denard Robinson as well.
It just goes to show that you better be great on at least one side of the ball if you hope to reach the big-time in this day and age of college football.
It’s a shame that we won’t get to see one of those great offenses test out either LSU’s or Alabama’s terrific defensive units, and instead will probably see another defensive slugfest in the championship game like we saw in the Game of the Century, but that’s just the way things broke this year.
It's seasons like these that really have to make you yearn even more for some sort of playoff system in college football.
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