The BCS takes a lot of flak, but that doesn't mean people don't want in. Start in Dallas, where the Cotton Bowl is poised to put on a show that will make the powers-that-be in the BCS consider it for inclusion.
Since it canned R.C. Slocum in 2002, Texas A&M has continued to decline. And among those who follow the sport, no situation is more quizzical than why the Aggies aren't dominant. Here are the five programs that should be powers, but aren't.