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H3llR4z0r last won the day on October 7 2020

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  1. Enough of talking about those 4 teams, now... Florida State...
  2. Team Title Odds Michigan +170 Alabama +190 Texas +310 Washington +700
  3. LSU - BAMA is a huge rivalry game. Comparing like opponent scores is elementary stuff.
  4. Did they beat Alabama or Georgia? We claim FSU's credible win is LSU, well LSU isn't even the best team in the SEC, not even top 4. The ACC went 6-4 against the SEC, with 5 of those wins coming from bottom feeders this season. The combined record of those 5 teams was 26-34. FSU beat the 5th best team in the conference and that's supposed to be massive.
  5. You may actually be on to something. I actually give the Big 12 the upper hand, but it's a little closer than I anticipated. The bottom of the Big 12 is pretty rough. I still feel like the Big 12 has 5 of the 8 better teams in each conference, if not 6.
  6. Yeah but you can be a 4th seed and get in the playoffs here. You don't have to win district. 1st place seeds get knocked out all the time because they play in weak districts. ACC is weak. It's the weakest P5 this season by a margin.
  7. Okay so I get it. I get what you're saying. I guess we're arguing over different variations of the same thing. I'm not saying that the entire thing isn't a rigged sham. I'm not the almighty, but this entire situation may just be all business. But I'm also saying... I think the 4 teams that are in it, are 4 of the 5 best teams in the country, and I don't think FSU is one of them - conferences, business, gimmicks aside. I still don't think that being undefeated earns you an unprecedented slot in the CFP, as I've argued this for years about Notre Dame. I get why people can be so upset with the committee though being who's actually in the CFP. I'm sure it does make it a lot easier for them when the outlier will substantially increase revenue.
  8. Texas High goes undefeated all the time and I never even kid myself into thinking they'll contend for anything haha!
  9. I'm not saying that going undefeated isn't impressive. But who you play matters, as it should. You can't really make the comparison at the high school level, because more teams get in the playoffs than teams that don't. But how many teams do you see win a state championship that have a loss? You telling me those teams shouldn't have gotten a shot to begin with because they possibly played a tougher schedule than a team that didn't have any losses? It's not necessarily about how "pretty" the wins are, but about who you actually beat, or if they even have a pulse. I don't understand how we can not be on the same page here. FSU is ranked 55 in strength of schedule. Michigan #51 so I'll give you that, but they dominated down the stretch and are healthy. Washington #8, Alabama #6, Texas #2. I'm trying to understand, I really am, but the circumstances matter - or at least they should. SoS matters. Injuries matter. Timing matters. Maybe it should, maybe it shouldn't. I hate it for Georgia too. I'd be willing to guarantee they'd be a favorite against any team in the playoff right now, but 1 slip up in a 30 game stretch can be costly.
  10. I really wish Texas had gotten to play Michigan. I think Texas matches up super well against them.
  11. I'm sorry. We'll have to agree to disagree. I have said for years that going undefeated when playing a poopoo schedule should not get you in the CFP, or even the BCS NCG. I have spent so many years being upset because Notre Dame got in and pushed teams that legitimately had shots at winning the NC, that I have to go down with that ship. Florida State would have been this year's Notre Dame, or 2014's Florida State, and I'm just glad the CFP spared us of having to watch that nonsense once again. In my eyes, going undefeated against nobodies earns you less than beating contenders, even if you suffer a loss to one along the way. Nobody on FSU's schedule is a contender. Alabama beat 1 team that makes a strong argument for being in the CFP, and lost to a team that's in the CFP. Michigan beat a team that was a CFP contender all season (whether they play anybody or not, OSU is still a contender), and Penn State only lost to those 2 teams, so they could have been a contender in the mix. Washington beat a CFP contender in Oregon twice, when I really didn't think they'd beat them once. Texas could have easily been slotted at 4/5 if they hadn't beaten Alabama.
  12. FSU wouldn't beat LSU if they played now though. Not a chance. Jordan Travis was the reason they won that game to begin with.
  13. The argument could be made that any team in the top 25 is a "good team," but I'm talking about winning the national championship, which would be beating great teams. You putting Florida State in the CFP doesn't say "Oh, I think they can beat good teams" - It's saying that you think they could legitimately be the best team in the country. It's okay to say you don't think that. There have been so many times in the past that so many people have been upset that teams like FSU, Notre Dame, and so forth get a shot just because of their record, while knowing they haven't played anyone. If it wasn't bad enough, they lost arguably the best player on the team and their field general.
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