GRAPEVINE, Texas — The College Football Playoff is down to two polarizing teams, and only one spot left.
Regardless of the decision the selection committee makes, whether it’s a one-loss Alabama that didn’t win its division, or a two-loss Ohio State that was embarrassed in a 55-24 loss to Iowa, a controversy is likely brewing behind the closed doors of “Selection Central” and, quite frankly, the 13 members in that room don’t really care.
“Our charge is very simple,” committee chair Kirby Hocutt said on Saturday, “to come in and select the four very best teams for selection into the semifinals for the playoff and that’s what we’ll do. We’ll base our discussions and our debates over what has transpired over the 12 or 13 opportunities that we’ve had to watch these teams play.”
For Alabama, it’s 12. For Ohio State, it’s 13 after the Buckeyes
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