How did your team do this weekend, m8s?
THE Ohio State University
>>your prediction for this season
>>you team's best player
Zeke, Bosa or Vonn Bell
>>best player from your school currently in the NFL
He's a stud for sure. Our punter is under appreciated. I just wanted to show him some love. Cyrus Jones is a first/2nd round pick. Saban is really high on him.
Ragland is the last of a dying breed of Middle Linebackers. I think football is changing and big linebackers like him might be a thing of the past.
Win out regular season, lose SEC championship game against Alabama, and win Fiesta bowl against Notre Dame to finish up 12-2
Jalen Tabor on defense, Antonio Callaway on offense. Slight edge to Tabor overall.
>best player in NFL:
Probably Joe Haden or Maurkice Pouncey
>your prediction for this season
Finish 6-6 and make a nicer bowl than we should since Beamer is retiring
>you team's best player
Kendall Fuller, who is currently ded
>best player from your school currently in the NFL
All time? Michael Vick, even though he's old and washed up. Best one right now is probably Kam Chancellor
>mfw alabama slaughters LSU, wins out, and wins it all
When will we start seeing regular /cbb/ threads?
I can't even guess at what school represents Vermont there.
>>your prediction for this season
A trip to a bowl game but no berth in the MAC Championship.
>>you team's best player
I don't even know. Anthone Taylor? Boise Ross?
>>best player from your school currently in the NFL
>Kansas, Arizona, Kentucky, Syracuse, Duke and UNC will someday do away with their football programs and just play basketball
>UNC will someday lose their basketball team and have nothing
future looks bright to be frank
I'm really interested to see what Lance Leipold does at Buffalo. Obviously you can't really compare D3 results to D1 results, but 6 championships in 8 years is impressive on any level and Leipold is the guy that really pushed Mount Union's dynasty out of the way.
because the conference has been LOLFSUWINS, theres never been a major game thats been fucked up for anyone outside the conference to see or care. most of the fuckups are for irrelevant games that dont make a difference in the conference
How would an NFL team made up exclusively of former players from your school's team right now do?
Pryor isn't good but he was okay in Oakland...
Based Carlos Hyde with Boom Herron backing him up
Devin Smith, Ted Ginn Jr, Brian Hartline, Philly Brown, Sanzenbacher and Posey is an extremely mediocre group, but still better than the Panthers receiving corps.
Heuerman and Stoneburner. Okay, wont set the world on fire.
Absolutely based. Mewhort, Mike Adams, Norwell, Mangold, Linsey, and Boone are a kickass combo of interior linemen. Mewhort could probably play tackle with Adams.
Cam Heyward, Michael Bennett, Johnathan Hankins. Great group but missing that 4th lineman.
Shazier + Simon could be a decent pass rush combo on a 3-4 with Hawk and Laurinaitis at inside.
Will Allen, Bradley Roby, Donte Whitner, Chimdi Chekwa, Malcolm Jenkins, Travis Howard, Kurt Coleman. Acceptable group of DBs.
Wouldn't set the world on fire but they could at least form a pretty good run game and a solid defense.
Loss in the ACC Championship but a respectable bowl game win, ranked in the teens
Historically Julius Peppers, but currently Giovanni Bernard. Robert Quinn, Bruce Carter, and Tre Boston get special mentions
I appreciate the optimism but top 25 isn't something I see happening in this program's history. They lack the, well, everything to make that work.
It was definitely a great hire but I don't know what to expect. Six national championships is a lot to ask for. I'd settle for two conference championships.
>run a fumble back for a touchdown
>tfw this was the highest point in my life
Shut out the SEC's worst team, still undefeated. Feels good man.
>the SEC scored more points than us because of the media
this is what B1G fags actually believe
anyone else more excited about this than anything your team plays until bowl season
Whats the wrost thing you ever sent to a bootycall that doesnt want to be a bootycall anymore? I asked her to come over and she acted like i ripped her toenails out and apparently all i care about is sex
>Whats the wrost thing you ever sent to a bootycall that doesnt want to be a bootycall anymore?
The worst thing I've sent was apparently nothing. She went psycho because I stopped talking to her pretty much entirely when she cut it off. Kept trying to get a hold of all my friends she knew just to get them to tell me I'm being an asshole about the situation.
Kirby to VT HC is just a trendy pick, but not the one people near to VT are talking about. If anything Kirby will go somewhere else. Illinois and Minnesota are options, and Memphis will probably be open so he could potentially go there.
Denarius Moore Tony McDaniel Daniel Arian Eric Berry Robert Ayers Foster Matt Darr Morgan Cox Dustin Colquitt Britton Colquitt McCullers Austin Johnson Ja'Wuan James Malik Jackson Justin Hunter Peyton Manning Jerod Mayo Cordarrelle Patterson, Jason Witten, Dan williams, dallas thomas, Rajion Justin Coleman Neal james stone,Zach Fulton chris scott, Ramon Foster Mychal Rivera, Tyler Bray
FACT: If this play happens earlier in the game no one would question the game's outcome.
post your face when the SEC has no undefeateds and still sends two teams to the playoffs
Start of year: Low end B1G bowl
Now: Mid-tier B1G bowl
Defense: Zettel/Nassib tie
>Best player in NFL
Allen Robinson or Sean Lee. Gould is also still literally kicking around.
I want you to be straight up honest with me, /cfb/...will we win this weekend?
Winner of bama lsu will be labeled gids and have their dick sucked for a while
People are saying each team is in for a rude awakening
Really neither of them are all that great but the media is inflating that hype balloon to the brink of bursting
>Another helping of shattered hopes and dreams
>That's complicated. No one in the SEC will understand it. Except Vanderbilt.
>feel bad that Memphis is undefeated and ranked while the Vols are the laughingstock of the SEC
>realize I don't live in Memphis
today was a good day
True, but I dunno if that would be enough to get them into the playoff. Same with Utah if they win the Pac 12. I guess it's all still very murky.
>Best player in the NFL
maybe Amendola or OT Luis Vasquez. Both at Denver
I knew Tech was going to suck huge this season. But the historically awful defense has surprised even me. Scoring 53 points should win you a game. Giving up 70 is beyond terrible. I honestly don't think Tech could stop the best high school offense in Texas.
Kingsbury is not the answer. Not sure if anyone is. Tech just can't recruit anyone to Lubbock.
We won but it ain't sayin' much.
The best I can see them finishing is 5-7, beating Rutgers and ruining Iowa's season. It's possible that could be enough to get us a bowl invite if enough fbs teams also end up 5-7 because Nebraska would have the best APR.
Right now, I'm going with Jordan Westerkamp.
I would say Suh, but I don't think he's doing very well after that big contract, so I'm gonna go with Lavonte David.
Tech alum here. There's a lot of smoke on the message boards about RichRod to VT. Personally that doesn't thrill me at all. I'd prefer to go after Fuente, Morris or Herman. Bud Foster probably isn't going to get a shot, which is a shame.
>>your prediction for this season
>>you team's best player
>>best player from your school currently in the NFL
>mfw when we beat washington and will almost certainly beat the beavs again
It's a lost season but at least I've become completely numb to any loses from here on out. Stanford best watch out for a Ducks team with nothing to lose.
No I didn't you fuck head.
Notre Dame has no shot at making the playoffs over a conference champion unless 2 of them end up with 2 or more losses. which isn't going to happen this year.
And TCU's defense is so fucking terrible they're gonna be BTFO by Baylor
>mfw bama loses on saturday and doesn't get into the top ten until next season
10. Notre Dame
No 1-loss team will be ranked above an undefeated team, other than Iowa/Oklahoma State because their schedule is laughable and had some close wins.
OSU/Clemson/LSU are really interchangeable though. They are the top 3 at this point.
The 2 FCS teams in my state combined for 823 rushing yards this week. Feels good, man.
Just have to win out, including conference game, and we're in the playoff
>doing that try-hard miami hand pose
sec only scores more points against themselves.
look at the playoff last year. which conference didn't even make it out of the 1st round? sec
look at rivalry week last year. which conference got btfo? sec
look at the bowl season last year. which conference was overrated? sec
same thing will happen this year.
The root of the problem is Tech's gotta keep a defensive coordinator for at least two years before the defense can develop. Tech kinda sucks at that, and has since Spike retired.
HYPOTHETICAL - The Big 12 is kill. Where does each team go?
Texas - Independent
Oklahoma & Kansas - B1G
Oklahoma State - SEC
West Virginia - ACC
Baylor, K State, TCU, Tech - Go5 hell
In addition, the SEC picks up ECU as well and the ACC also adds UConn, giving 3 super-conferences.
Honestly? You should expect to eventually come across lots of insufferable ucla grads. They have an enormous inferiority complex and are, quite frankly, unbearable to be around. They are they only alumni base I've ever met that, as full-grown adults, act like petty 6th-graders. They will, even in corporate or supposedly civilized environments like bars or restaurants, spout tired, outdated memes like "oh, university of spoiled children, eh?" or "have fun going to university of south central." Meanwhile, westwood is an SJW haven, but hypocritical ucla students will never hesitate to levy racist ("ghetto," "south central", spoiled rich white kids") or sexist/misandrist ("douchey bros," "daddy's princess" etc) comments when it suits them. In conclusion, the worst part about attending USC is that you will be forced to share a city with ucla. The annoyance will be nigh unbearable, but if you persevere, these same ucla alumni will be delivering lunch to your law firm's DTLA offices in a few years after they moved to the Eastside to seek out more "authenticity," realized they were unemployable and broke, and proceeded to take a job at Postmates.
Bretty good breh
>implying the Backyard Brawl wouldn't be enough to offer them an invite
NC State isn't going to leave Tobacco Road and you need a team in the west to balance it out. Oklahoma is a better fit for the B1G and they and Kansas will go as a package deal. Who else are you going to take, TCU or Baylor?
>We all knew it'd be a bad time
>None of them
>None that I know of. Maybe like a predictive analysis engineer?
Was this supposed to be our school or our favored D1 school?
Them, the longhorn network, and needing to bring Tech as a package deal. Plus Austin isn't a good fit culturally for the rest of the conference; it'd be like adding UNC to the power of Notre Dame.
Tech drops both.
The defense is physically incapable of slowing down either team. Tech loses every battle defensively at the line of scrimmage and they don't know how to tackle. I've never seen a defense tackle as poorly as Tech has this season. I realize talent on the defensive side of the ball has been a problem for Tech for close to 20 years. But it has gotten embarrassing this season.
The Pac flat out said no OK State so OU bailed. The only way OU would go to a different conference without OK State would be if they went to separate P4 conferences. I THINK it's the same in Kansas but I wouldn't be surprised if the state regents were lightening up.
Tech should win one or the other. UT can't score, Tech can't defend, something will have to give. That one is a toss-up. Don't think there's much chance at WVU. Should beat K State. Hoping 8-4, fearing 5-7, thinking 7-5 or 6-6.
guys I made a thing
i mean maybe he was good on the 49ers but on the browns he has been a clear downgrade from tj ward
cam heyward, mike adams, alex boone, laurinaitus, mangold are all good right? surely one of them is better than hitner
Demanding academics but not beyond comprehension if you put the time to study in. The professors are extremely varied in their quality as educators but all are exceptional researchers and thinkers. The students largely consist of those kids who would always pretend like they failed the test and then end up getting a 95 on it, but that isn't to say that they are bad people. Everyone expects a lot from you, but if you are here then you certainly have the power to meet and exceed those expectations.
The social scene largely consists of engineers getting drunk 4 of the 7 days and trying to do complex proofs. Actually I'd amend that. The social scene largely consists of everyone getting drunk 4 of the 7 days and trying to do complex proofs. Parties are pretty decent but Harvard hosts far better ones. But the entire Boston area means that there are so many colleges around that you will always find what you're looking for. Like my lesbian friend just goes to Emerson on Fridays to hook up with girls there. If you can come here then you totally should.
I have them losing to Houston in Houston.
Also OU over TCU
6. Notre Dame
post yfw Housten will eternally get all of it's good coaches stolen
this is just the circle of life in cfb. you do well at a lesser job so you can take a higher profile one. it'll be this way until houston makes it into a big conference
the texas conference
thats enough for a conf championship game
Big 12 will have to add teams eventually, though. Who do you like/want? For me, I'd like to see BYU for the national name recognition and Louisville or Memphis to spread the conference thicker in the east.
all other conferences merge into a superconference, winners of the two conferences play in a texas vs. the nation national championship game every year
The top six are in a different league than the others. No way San Antonio and el Paso and the spleen green become competitive enough for the conference to have a chance at success.
HEAD COACHING VACANCY PREDICTION LIST
>Current 10 known openings
1. Southern Cal - Ed Orgeron (and admit their mistake)
2. South Carolina - Tom Herman
3. Miami - Ken Dorsey (surprise hire)
4. Virginia Tech - Bud Foster
5. Minnesota - Tracy Claeys
6. Maryland - Greg Schiano
7. Central Florida - Steve Spurrier Jr. (Sr. as OC)
8. Illinois - PJ Fleck
9. North Texas - Major Applewhite
10. Hawaii - June Jones (or whoever will do it for free)
Georgia fires/resigns Richt, hires Kirby Smart.
I agree, Louisville and BYU would be good, IMO. If Fuente stays at Memphis a little longer, we'll see if they're a better choice than louisville. Honestly, im not opposed to any team joining, I just want that magic number 12
No one in Erie really gives a shit about Penn state, Ohio state or college football in general. Apparently in lower PA they somehow dealt with sandusky fucking all the male athletes.
What fucking honkey ass niggers...
We can play it in Houston and call it the San Jacinto Bowl.
yeah, sooner or later they will probably strike it rich with some young coach getting his first p5 opportunity or something like that
Louisville and Kansas perpetual conference 1-2 in basketball might be a good sell. Buyouts are negotiable. Florida school would also be a good idea. We could recruit some of them black boys what are used to running from gators on the swamp.
Kansas will play good football again. Just not in our lifetimes.
Circumstances change. Memphis would probably be a better fit, though. SDSU is too far west, Boise is too meme. I'd like to add ECU, but that's just because I met Ruffin a couple of times and like him. Need to pick off a couple of good schools from somewhere, and there aren't any easy answers.
Miami may take a shot at Chud. I really thought he could turn out to be a decent NFL coach if he would have been given more than a partial season.
Good point. Al Golden was a pretty bad choice. Did he threaten to hang somebody with one of his ties in order to get the job? I work with a Miami fan and he's pretty much on suicide watch.
I can see Major at UNT. Or somebody else who fell off the Leach coaching tree.
Some of them are. I got a wife and some kids I love and I only work 191 days a year. Life is good, mang. 4chan is for insomnia.
That's what I was thinking. Like how Michigan won't be relevant until they get over having to have "a Michigan man" at the helm. They're the fourth best team in a mediocre conference. Harbaugh can't save them.
bro. LA is 80 degrees and sunny 355 days a year. The other 10 are 60 and rainy. The ONLY place in this entire country with better weather than LA is San Diego.
OFFICIAL Best Weather in USA POWER RANKINGS:
1. San Diego
2. Los Angeles
4. San Francisco
6. everywhere else
Harbaugh might be different because he's been tremendously successful in college and the NFL
But hiring Carroll assistants isn't going to be the same as Carroll
But thinking "We're just one hire away from having instant Carroll-esque success will be their downfall
If the refs on the field cannot get the call right, and the refs in the replay booth cannot get the call right than you should live with the call.
Should the 03 NC game be given to the Hurricanes?
>We're just one hire away from having instant Carroll-esque success
with the kind of talent usc has (and always has), they really are one hire away from instant cfp and NC appearances. Just look at tOSU. They got the one hire they needed and their recruiting/talent took care of the rest. USC is one of the few programs in the country in a similar boat.
reminds me of Vince Young in the 05-06 Rose Bowl.
Knee was down on a touchdown play. The review booths were mysteriously "broken." Call stands even though his knee was clearly down.
inb4 butthurt trojan fag
yes, i'm butthurt. still.
Where do you draw the line? Both were bad calls but you have to live with them. When the clock hits 0:00 the game is over.
I was and against replay in baseball though you are right about that.
Gregg Easterbrook held the same view about that Seahawks-Packers game a few years back
Essentially he said that originally he held that belief but thinking it over there were other plays that should have been overturned and it leads to a Pandora's box to all kinds of questions. You can't just overturn that play because it was at the end of the game because there were several others that probably had the same amount of effect in the outcome
I draw the line at situations where we know with 100% accuracy what the outcome of the game would have been had it been called correctly. not correcting the outcome in such a situation is moronic
Harbaugh has a track record, but he's got little bro Sparty and the Buckwheats to deal with annually. It's a big hill to climb.
Some people like hot weather. I camp in Big Bend in the summer.
That's because they went away from Tressel-ball and got someone from the outside.
Hiring someone because they have "worked with Pete Carroll here" on their resume is fucking idiotic
Yes, you can. That's a stupid argument. The fact that all officiating can't be corrected doesn't mean we shouldn't correct that which can be corrected with certainty. What, is it somehow a better game if we leave in that last bad call?
you can't correct those calls because you don't know what would have happened if they had been made correctly. When it's the last play of the game you don't have that problem, though.
the fuck are you talking about? how am I invalidating the previous plays?
of course every team will get shitty calls; doesn't mean we shouldn't minimize the number of them
because you can't. there's no way you can because you don't know what would have happened had they been called correctly. but you CAN correct that last call because you DO know what would have happened had it been called correctly. So why wouldn't you?
in what possible sense is the outcome where the winner is determined by a fraudulent play preferable to the one where the winner is determined by a correctly called play?
Because other plays also determine the outcome
If they were corrected then it would go some other way
Just because you CAN fix one and you CAN'T fix another doesn't justifying fixing one
The call was corrected for the reason that the rules are upheld as well as they can be. That's why they're there, right? To be upheld and serve as the framework on which the game is played.
But it doesn't! you can correct that play because you know, with 100% accuracy, how the rest of the game would have played out had it been called correctly (since there was no "rest of the game"). You don't know that with any other play in the game, so you can't correct those. Simple!
You're going at this all wrong.
These aren't drunk driving deaths. You shouldn't be out to reduce the number of bad calls.
The goal is to determine who should win and who should lose. There's going to be bad calls on both sides. We all just hope that they even out. What's not going to help that is helping one team out while screwing the other.
HOW COULD ENSURING THAT A PLAY IS CALLED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE RULES POSSIBLY BE CONSIDERED SCREWING ANYONE EVER YOU FUCKING MORON
BECAUSE SOME OTHER PLAY SCREW OVER THE OTHER TEAM AND WASN'T FIXED YOU FUCKING MORON
If you fix a leg on a table with 4 broke legs it's still a broken table. You can't pretend it's fixed because on part of it was.
>Even MLB has a protest rule.
Is there even a rule that says you could change the outcome of a decided game in NCAA, has it ever happened.
I know Brett in the Pine tar game in NCAA
Actually it was the pose Mark Ingram put up after his first touchdown in the 09 chanpionship. Obviously to show off the gloves.
No other teams had glove designs in the sticky part before that. He probably got paid by Nike to do it but it's true.
OSU will be excited to set the precedent for Harbaugh's era and their rivalry, which will now be seen as competitive with Harbautist there.
MSU OSU will probably be a better game unless MSU shits the bed
MSU has shown they have literal magic on their side since last year's Cotton Bowl and that's why OSU should be scared
As an Ohio State fan, I have full confidence we will win both. I think we have the edge on Michigan State because we have the game at home, and it has show through the games this season that a majority of Michigan State's struggles have come from an inability to close games(with the exception of the UM game), which Ohio State has been able to do, despite struggling with lesser opponents in the first half of some games. I think Ohio State will play a close 3 quarters with Sparty, then pull away in the fourth and have a 10-14 point victory. As for the team up North, I feel like that will be a closer game. Both teams have stout defenses that can last all four quarters, and with it being a road game, and Ohio State's last obstacle before the B1G championship, it could be a potential trap game, but I think Ohio State will be able to control the game with their offense, and end the game by running the clock out with a 4-7 point lead.
>Harbaugh: "Steak is my vitamin."
How can one coach be so alpha, and troll every vegan alive?
Predicted top 4:
Not that I think that these are the 4 best teams in the country right now, but based on the "resume" that the committee puts together, that's my guess of who'll be in at this moment in time.
In all likelihood, assuming none of the remaining 4 power conferences move teams amongst themselves, the SEC will pick up two schools among Baylor, TCU, Oklahoma, Okie State, Kansas State, and Texas, with more emphasis on Kansas State and the Oklahoma schools. ACC definitely gets WVU, Big 10 probably picks up Kansas, and the Pac 12 is a crap shoot for who they get with the rest falling down or going independent.
>Putting Clempsun as the #1 team
>Considering Clempsun to be anything other than trash
Seriously when will this goddamn meme end?
idk, I heard radio sports people discussing what they thought the committee would choose today. I think its retarded to discuss it so in depth mere hours before hand. They did get into the "money vs merit" thing that got OSU into the playoff last year over baylor/tcu (so they said).
I thought the same thing until I actually watcehd clemson play. They looked more impressive than any other team I've watched this year.
"fair enough" is what i would say if you weren't the one initiating the /semenslurping/ discussions
>"money vs merit" thing that got OSU into the playoff last year over baylor/tcu (so they said).
I can't believe people are still shilling this. There's no argument at all for eithee Baylor or TCU over OSU. TCU lost their only important game and Baylor played a Jr Varsity high school team schedule. The only argument anyone ever had was muh TCU because somehow quality of loss > quality of win.
People are fucking stupid
>They did get into the "money vs merit" thing that got OSU into the playoff last year over baylor/tcu (so they said).
This meme needs to die. It's only perpetuated by butthurt Big 12 fans. Not only did tOSU have an objectively better resume than Baylor, but TCU couldn't get in over Baylor because of the head to head loss.
Baylor's and Ohio State's results in their bowl games only confirms what the committee already had right.
Oklahoma has been trying to get in for ages but Texas keeps blocking them
>objectively better resume
>wanting to live in the epicenter of low income, evangelical negros, diabetes, and white trash.
Baylor lost to a WVU team with a similar record.
They had one less win than tOSU
tOSU had more wins over end-of-year top 25 teams
tOSU had an outright conference championship and didn't have to share shit
You say that as though West Virginia was any better at all last year and definitely didn't lose to Texas and need a miracle to beat Maryland.
V Tech 2014 > West Virginia 2014
That's objectively false. West Virginia was absolute dogshit last season. Their two best wins were Baylor and a miracle win over fucking Maryland. V Tech at least beat Cincinnati and Duke
Is that supposed to be an achievement? Virginia Tech's opponents only played cupcakes just like Tech. If Virginia Tech ahd played West Virginia's schedule they would have won 5 games tops
Noone is arguing they didnt belong >>63302813
said radio broadcasters said OSU got in because of money, not merit, and people replied like it was that posters opinion, which it clearly wasn't
It was about more than just resume. It was best at the time as well, as a factor. They made that very clear. Coming off of wins against MSU, and a thrashing of Wisconsin, they looked like the best to throw in the 4th spot. And they were.
Ninny ass shitheads with >muh quality of loss
ACC had G Tech, Clemson, FSU, and Louisville. Only TCU was ranked over G Tech and FSU. Clemson was well above Kansas State. Louisville finished ranked.
Kansas State lost to every good opponent they played and lost a bowl game they should have won.
Rankings say otherwise. Records say otherwise. OOC play says otherwise. There is no argument to justify saying the Big 12 was better than the ACC.
Besides Baylor, who was going to beat V Tech on their schedule? both would have the exact same record playing each other's schedule. You act like West Virginia even played a hard schedule.
And you base this on what besides the belief that the Big 12 is better than the ACC based on literally no provable facts?
ACC best OOC wins:
>beatdown week of the SEC East
Big 12 best OOC win:
ACC bowl record: 4-7
Big 12 bowl record: 2-5
ACC v. Big 12 major bowl: Clemson v. Oklahoma. Final score: Clemson 40 Oklahoma 6
The ACC isn't good, but the Big 12 was the worst Power 5 conference.
>using bowl games as the basis for your argument
when will this meme die?
Big 12 v. SEC major bowl: TCU v. Ole Miss. Final score: TCU 41 Ole Miss 3
The BIg 12 isn't good, but the SEC was the worst Power 5 conference
ACC has a matching result or did you forget that G Tech blew the doors off of Miss State.
Fine, don't use bowls. Use the OOC. The argument is far stronger if you don't include bowl season and TCU's win.
They both won their OOC, its a useless comparison. I wasn't comparing the conferences, I was comparing WVU and Vtech, and I think West virginia would have won like 45 to 23 against vtech in 2014
I don't think West Virginia would have done anything against them. V Tech is built pretty well to stop spread offense and West Virginia doesn't play defense. Obviously these teams never played, and the Wake loss was embarassing for Tech, but from a pure matchup standpoint V Tech would look favorable against WVU in 2014. This was a very bad WVU team, too, not just a cery bad V Tech team.
And regardless, OSU beating MSU, Wisconsin and Minnesota (who was ranked in the final committee rankings) is a stronger resume than beating TCU and K State. Baylor also was clearly punished for scheduling the likes of SMU, Northwestern State, and Buffalo as their OOC.
post your face when based harbaugh beats meyer so bad he has to fake a heart attack and join the cfl
>win 3 straight
>get bowl bid
I still believe
How biased do you guys think the College Playoff Rankings will be this year? Last year there was pretty significant differences between the AP poll and the CFP rankings when they were first released.
Here's my guess at what the top 4 will be.
3. Michigan State
4. Ohio State
Why is Ohio State so low? They haven't beat a ranked team yet and they've faced exactly 0 teams with wins over ranked teams themselves. Michigan and a lot of other 2 loss teams would be 8-0 if they played Ohio State's schedule and Ohio State hasn't even come close to destroying teams the way they did last year.