Lets just say Alabama and Clemson win the SEC and ACC. Notre Dame is already in (Although it shouldn't be a lock.)
Who should be No. 4?
Ohio State- They win the BigTen, but beat Northwestern (the best the West Division can limp to the barn with.) Their best nonconference win was at a neutral site against TCU 40-28, and the win was not convincing. They struggled with Penn State, Minnesota, Nebraska, and Maryland. Their loss was to Purdue...... by 29 points. They crushed the No. 1 defense in the nation in Michigan, but the MI stats were a benefit of playing weak competition.
Oklahoma- They win the Big XII avenging a last-second loss by 3 to Texas at a neutral site. Their offense is unstoppable, but the defense leaves much to be desired, but have played big when they needed to (2 scoop and scores against WV.) Also factor in the power of BigXII offenses, and many defenses will struggle. Oklahoma went to Ft. Worth to play TCU and crushed them 52-27, so for common opponent they edge Ohio State.
A Playoff will not be any more fair than the BCS.
Georgia- They play Alabama for the SEC title. They got smoked by LSU by 20 points, but have cruised past everyone. Their non conference slate is pathetic, but the SEC gets a huge pass because of the SEC bias. If the Dawgs beat Bama, there'll be two SEC teams in the playoff, which I disagree with, but that's how it'll be.
UCF- They're undefeated, but have played NO ONE. They lost their quarterback for the rest of the year, but it still does not erase the fact they were undefeated last year, and still are this year.
No matter what happens, Favre > Rodgers.
St. Louis Cardinals = Class of MLB.
Carlos Gomez is the new Nyjer Morgan.....