A year after a double-digit win season, Georgia Tech sits at 6-6, and they should be gracious that they are even here. It took a clutch victory over rival Georgia to be bowl eligible, and now the Jackets look to capitalize on the opportunity to finish the season with a winning record. Not a BCS Game, but still one of the most interesting games this bowl season. Georgia has had mixed success in user games, while Notre Dame has been relatively untested. A good battle that should set the tone for next season. After starting the season with two losses, Oklahoma bounced back in a big way, finishing strong in their conference and making in to a BCS game. A year after missing the BCS Championship game by losing to Florida in the SEC title game, Auburn beat Florida but still fell short of their ultimate goal. Now they will likely take out some frustration against an overmatched Fresno State squad. A tough end of the season for Wisconsin. First they were questionably left out of the Big 10 title game. Now, they have to watch Ohio State play for all the marbles. The Fiesta Bowl is a nice consolation prize, however, and a win should get them to six-star prestige. The Gators won't return to the BCS Championship Game, but they will make a trip to college football's most prestigious bowl game. A win here marks another great season for Florida. In the past decade, Ohio State and Texas have had some classic battles. '05 in the shoe, '06 in Austin and '08 in the Fiesta Bowl. But this one, is bar none, the biggest. The National Championship Game in Pasadena. The last time Texas was here, Vince Young pulled off one of the greatest performances in college football history, showing up Reggie Bush, that year's Heisman Trophy winner. Malcolm Brown will try to repeat history against this year's winner, Braxton Miller.