The final BCS top 10 was just revealed on ESPN, as well as the five BCS games (four bowls and the national title).
Final BCS standings
6. Ohio State
9. Michigan State
Auburn and Oregon finishing 1-2 was not a big surprise. Once those teams won on Saturday, it was just a matter of it becoming official. It is now, and it should be a great game in Glendale on Jan. 10.
With Oregon, the Pac-10 champion, heading to the national title game, the Rose Bowl was obligated to take the highest-ranked team from a non-qualifying conference. No better time than now as TCU (12-0) will head to Pasadena.
Wisconsin officially wins the Big Ten title and gets the conference's automatic Rose Bowl bid. The Badgers break the three-way tie with Ohio State and Michigan State by finishing ahead of those teams in the final BCS standings.
Stanford finishing in the top 4 was huge because it automatically earns an at-large bid.
Michigan State, despite finishing 11-1, will not make it to a BCS bowl. Instead, the Spartans will head to the Capital One Bowl on Jan. 1 to play Alabama.
BCS National Championship, Jan. 10 (Glendale, Ariz.): No. 1 Auburn (SEC champion) vs. No. 2 Oregon (Pac-10 champion)
Sugar Bowl, Jan. 4 (New Orleans): No. 6 Ohio State (BCS at-large) vs. No. 8 Arkansas (BCS at-large)
Orange Bowl, Jan. 3 (Miami): No. 4 Stanford (BCS at-large) vs. No. 13 Virginia Tech (ACC champion)
Fiesta Bowl, Jan. 1 (Glendale, Ariz.): No. 7 Oklahoma (Big 12 champion) vs. Connecticut (Big East champion)
Rose Bowl, Jan. 1 (Pasadena, Calif.): No. 3 TCU (BCS at-large) vs. No. 5 Wisconsin (Big Ten champion)
Other noteworthy bowl matchups:
Insight Bowl, Dec. 28: Missouri vs. Iowa
Alamo Bowl, Dec. 29: Oklahoma State vs. Arizona
Music City Bowl, Dec. 30: North Carolina vs. Tennessee
Holiday Bowl, Dec. 30: Nebraska vs. Washington
Sun Bowl, Dec. 31: Notre Dame vs. Miami (Fla.)
Chick-fil-A Bowl, Dec. 31: South Carolina vs. Florida State
Outback Bowl, Jan. 1: Florida vs. Penn State
Capital One Bowl, Jan. 1: Michigan State vs. Alabama
Gator Bowl, Jan. 1: Michigan vs. Mississippi State
Cotton Bowl, Jan. 7: LSU vs. Texas A&M