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The final BCS Poll of 2009

The BCS bowls have been set, and the teams are locked into their games. Football handicappers are ready to sink their teeth into all of the January match-ups. Here's BetUS Sportsbook's first look at how the ten teams stacked up in the regular season against the college football point spreads...

1: Ohio State Buckeyes (9-3 ATS, 10-2 SU) The Buckeyes may not have been in this spot if the Hawkeyes hadn't lost their quarterback right before their game at the 'Shoe, but now, they know that they're taking on the Ducks in the Granddaddy of them All.

Up Next: Rose Bowl vs. Oregon

2: TCU Horned Frogs (8-4 ATS, 12-0 SU) What could've been for the Horned Frogs had Nebraska hung on and taken out the Longhorns... As it is, they'll still get their chance to prove that they are the best mid-major in the land against the Broncos.

Up Next: Fiesta Bowl vs. Boise State

3: Boise State Broncos (8-5 ATS, 13-0 SU) The Broncos may not have covered the spread in their final regular season game, but a 42-7 victory paired with both Cincinnati and Texas finding ways to win games was good enough to send Boise to its second Fiesta Bowl.

Up Next: Fiesta Bowl vs. TCU

4: Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets (8-4 ATS, 11-2 SU) It was a back and forth game all day, but the Jackets got the job done against Clemson and sewed up their spot in the Orange Bowl. Now HC Paul Johnson will lead his option attack against the stout defense offered up by Iowa.

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Up Next: Orange Bowl vs. Iowa

5: Alabama Crimson Tide (8-5 ATS, 13-0 SU) 2008 may have been the year of the Gators, but it's sure shaping up to look like 2009 being the year of the Tide. Alabama absolutely demolished Florida in the SEC Championship game, earning itself a right to wrap up the perfect season and win the National Championship against the Longhorns.

Up Next: BCS National Championship Game vs. Texas

6: Iowa Hawkeyes (7-4 ATS, 10-2 SU) Iowa was probably the BCS bubble team that was the happiest that Texas and Cincinnati both posted one-point victories on Saturday. Now, the Hawkeyes are headed east to the Orange Bowl, where they will encounter the option attack of Georgia Tech in the least desirable BCS bowl game.

Up Next: Orange Bowl vs. Georgia Tech

7: Oregon Ducks (7-5 ATS, 10-2 SU) It wasn't a thing of beauty, but the Ducks won the Civil War with a late comeback to dismiss the Beavers from the BCS discussion. Now, one of the most potent offenses in the land will get their chance in the Rose Bowl against one of the best defenses in the country.

Up Next: Rose Bowl vs. Ohio State

8: Florida Gators (6-6 ATS, 12-1 SU) QB Tim Tebow's legacy shouldn't be challenged, but it's not going to end with a third National Championship or a second Heisman Trophy. Still, the Gators have a nice little consolation prize for what will amount to be Tebow's last game: A Sugar Bowl date with an undefeated Cincinnati team.

Up Next: Sugar Bowl vs. Cincinnati

9: Cincinnati Bearcats (6-6 ATS, 12-0 SU) Even though the Bearcats won't be playing for the National Championship, an undefeated season is still nothing to laugh at. Could this be HC Brian Kelly's last game before he jolts to Notre Dame though?

Up Next: Sugar Bowl vs. Florida

10: Texas Longhorns (5-7-1 ATS, 13-0 SU) It took every bit of magic that the Longhorns had available to them, but they secured their spot in the National Championship game with the narrowest of victories against Nebraska in the Big XII Championship game. QB Colt McCoy and RB Mark Ingram could finish 1-2 in the Heisman voting come Saturday, but either one would rather have the championship in their possession.

Up Next: BCS National Championship Game vs. Alabama

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