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December 30, 2006
BYU, Hawaii and their small conference brethren have wrapped up impressive bowl wins, but now that the calendar has turned it's time to return to the kiddie table.
Boise State, this time, can stay with the grown-ups.
The final week of bowl season will feature regular appearances by Michigan, Auburn, Nebraska, Oklahoma, USC and of course Joe Paterno.
New Year's Day starts off with good ol' fashioned conference bragging rights at stake between the Big Ten and SEC in the Outback and Capital One bowls, before giving way to a classic Big Ten vs. Pac-10 matchup in the Rose Bowl.
But the days leading up to the Jan. 8 national championship game will have their share of surprises with Boise State and Wake Forest in BCS bowl games.
There will be a change of pace, too, with how this year's biggest bowl games are televised. Viewers of the BCS bowls this year will get a different look with Fox televising the Fiesta, Orange and Sugar bowls leading up to the BCS Championship Game.
Here is a look at the games from New Year's Day through the BCS Championship Game. (All times Eastern; Click here for a complete bowl TV schedule)