The BCS has made it easier for the any non-BCS school to join the party in 2006. The highest ranked non-BCS conference champion, in the top 12 of the final BCS standings, get an automatic bid to one of the five BCS bowl games. If Fresno State runs the table there are a shoe in. Honestly, even with a loss at LSU I still think the 'Dogs could sneak in, as long as no other non-BCS school is ranked ahead of them.
Fellow college football blogger Dawg Sports has posted a poll on his site asking readers to vote for the top non-BCS school capable of making it to the BCS. His choices are as follows: Boise State, Fresno State, Navy, TCU and Utah.
On my other blog MDG CFG, I ranked the top 15 non-BCS schools and the reasons why. Don't jump on my ass for ranking the 'Dogs so low and Tulsa higher, just look at the respective schools schedule. You will see that Tulsa's toughest games are at BYU and Navy.
Of the five schools Dawg Sports list, FS has by far the toughest schedule. Boise State and Utah have the easiest, and I think have the best shot to run the table. If you disagree with me, and think Fresno State will run the table or at least finish in the top 12 of the BCS, then vote now.
However, if you leave a comment, please know your stuff. The last thing I want to read is kool aid drinking Fresno fans talking smack without anything substantial to back it up.