Boise State Broncos put on another BCS game performance against then-undefeated TCU beating them 17-10 in the Fiesta Bowl finishing with perfect 14-0 record. It marks the second time in four years Boise St. "crash" and beat a team on one of BCS "big bowl games." What prevents them from being in the BCS championship game that the Mountain West Conference isn't part on the BCS. Their only way for Boise State to crash the BCS is to be part of the top 8 teams in the BCS calculated computing system. The calculated numbers BCS crunched do not favor Boise St. unless teams in front them in the BCS standings, mostly from Big 12, SEC, Big 10, and Pac 10, fall by the wayside with a loss or two. It takes a shocking miracle for it to happen to allow Boise St to go to the championship game. Boise St. already have hard time scheduling games outside the conference against "top" teams. They even offer open challenge to top teams to play them during the regular season, and guess what, no takers. It's a shame the BCS continue to look down at Boise St. when they already proved they can battle it out on the field. A likely theory the BCS conference teams are just too embarrassed to lose a game to a non-BCS conference team. Twice Boise St. been to the BCS game, twice they came out as winners along with highlights of a lifetime. They showed how much a big fraud the BCS is hanging with Oklahoma and defensively dominating a tough TCU offense winning with well-executed plays. Boise St. deserve to battle in the BCS championship game. Problem they are not part of BCS "clique" and are given nearly impossible odds to get there.