The BCS system is going away after this season, in time for college football's first playoff system. Despite some less-than-stellar moments, the BCS has (whether inadvertently or not) provided some of college football's most exciting games. Which is the best?

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BCS's best moments

1999 Fiesta Bowl

1999 Fiesta Bowl

Tee Martin's throw to Peerless Price breaks it open for Tennessee in a win over Florida State, the Volunteers' first BCS championship.

2000 Sugar Bowl

2000 Sugar Bowl

Virginia Tech and Michael Vick came back from a 28-7 deficit, but Peter Warrick's 43-yard touchdown brought Florida State back.

2003 Fiesta Bowl

2003 Fiesta Bowl

Ohio State ends Miami's 34-game winning streak in a two-overtime thriller.

2005 Rose Bowl

2005 Rose Bowl

Vince Young scores five touchdowns in Texas' 38-37 victory over Michigan.

2006 Rose Bowl

2006 Rose Bowl

Texas beats USC on a run by Vince Young in the final seconds, securing the Longhorns' first championship since 1970.

2006 Sugar Bowl

2006 Sugar Bowl

Phil Brady's fake punt secures West Virginia's 38-35 victory over Georgia.

2007 Fiesta Bowl

2007 Fiesta Bowl

Boise State pulls out a bag of tricks to beat Oklahoma after trailing by 11 points in the fourth quarter.

2011 Fiesta Bowl

2011 Fiesta Bowl

Wes Bynum's kick led Auburn to a 22-19 win over Oregon in the 2011 BCS Championship.

2011 Rose Bowl

2011 Rose Bowl

TCU becomes the first non-BCS conference team to play in -- and win -- the Rose Bowl, beating Wisconsin 21-19.

2012 Fiesta Bowl

2012 Fiesta Bowl

Two missed field goals by Stanford give Oklahoma State a 41-38 victory.

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