College football is looking a bit funky; one could easily see a Florida-Louisiana Tech Sugar Bowl. That's not a typo. LTU is 20th in the BCS and could well snag an at-large slot if they get some help from the Big Ten.
A non-AQ conference champ gets in if they're in the top 12 or are in the top 16 but better than one of the AQ conference champs. The former is a tall order for LTU, but the latter might be doable if the run the table to go 11-1 and see Nebraska lose at least once down the stretch.
With games against Penn State and a likely Big Ten title game against Wisconsin, seeing the Huskers lose once is very feasable.
If things go as planned, Notre Dame will snag one BCS at-large slot, and a SEC team will likely be tabbed as Alabama's replacement for the Sugar Bowl; a 11-1 Florida would be a likely choice if they can beat Florida State. The Fiesta Bowl will likely pick the Big 12 runner up to replace Kansas State and take Notre Dame as its at-large pick.
That leaves the Sugar Bowl to pick next. If LTU snags an at-large spot by slipping past the Big 10 champ in the rankings, they and Louisville would be the options for the Sugar Bowl. The Sugar Bowl might opt for some home cooking rather than take a less-than-overwhelming Louisville fan base.