Pretty cut and dried now. Assuming Michigan, Cincy and Okie State win.......
Im not saying bring back the BCS. I post this to let the standings determine the CFP teams.
2 loss baylor?Pretty cut and dried now. Assuming Michigan, Cincy and Okie State win.......
If Alabama wins, it's gonna come down to OSU and Cincy for that last spot. Who should get it?
If Alabama loses, it's gonna be UGA, Michigan, Cincy and OSU.
If Alabama loses and Michigan, Okie State, or Cincy loses that opens the door for a Ohio State or Baylor to sneak in.
Actually, it's not THAT cut and dried.
I figure they would just take two loss Ohio state if that were to happen. Use body temperature clocks and time zones of teams lost to as justification. Or choose the team with highest percentage of vaccinated players. Whatever.Yes, if a bunch of chips fall a certain way. Highly unlikely. Would probably need a very convincing win over OSU. Maybe that wouldn't even be enough.
Agreed. Use the BCS model to pick 8 teams. I say 8, because 6 or 12 will just result in the powers that be making sure the likes of Ohio State, Bama, insert other fav espn brand here - get the first round off and a Group of 5 or non favored P5 brand have an extra game and that much more of a challenge to get the title.Im not saying bring back the BCS. I post this to let the standings determine the CFP teams.
Incredible that OSU has been left out as both a 12-1 and 11-1 team before. But we'll table that one for another day.why not? safe bet that the committee is looking for some crazy "data point" to get Ohio State back in the mix.
edit: Peace pretty much spelled this out.