Mike Crocker

Most Memorable BCS Moment: You Decide

Created on Jan. 16, 2014 7:15 PM EST

It's the end of an era. The book is closed, a page has turned and now its time for not only a new year, but a fresh start for college football as we close out the 16-season history of BCS college football.

The BCS system will be remembered for a lot of different things, including exhilarating games, upset moments and even more scrutiny. Now that we have a chance to look back and discuss the complete history of some of the most exciting moments from college football, the bigger question is, which moment is the best?

Vince Young's nine-yard touchdown run on fourth down to beat USC with seconds left in the 2006 Rose Bowl? Boise State's hook-and-ladder and Statue of Liberty plays that helped stun Oklahoma to win the 2007 Tostitos Fiesta Bowl? Or even the 2014 Vizio BCS National Championship Game, which redshirt freshman "Famous" Jameis Winston captured with a second-half comeback for the Florida State Seminoles?

The answer might be simple for some, but for others it's an in-depth discussion that measures heroics, oddities, and uncanny leadership, which will ultimately decide the answer to one loaded question: What is the most memorable moment of the BCS era?