Ah yes.... moving the goalposts again (and desperately hoping nobody notices). You asked if the committee factors in close games against good teams. OSU suffered because they got blown out by a bad team, which is considerably different from a close lose against a good team. Oh I can look at things beyond the score itself but even then, your argument is a failure. The stats were reasonably close at that point in the game too. UGA had the lead, but it was nowhere near an "ass kicking". Yes, I do believe Georgia is the better team. I never said they weren't. However, I do not believe it would be the sheer domination that you seem to think it would be. Neither team is as good as they were last year. Both teams lost a lot of talent. OU lost Mayfield but UGA arguably lost more top talent, 2 players were drafted in the 1st round by NE (Wynn and Michel). They also lost Roquan Smith and Nick Chubb. If they played, it would be a close game that would go down to the wire - just like last year. I think you are very confused about what is being discussed. I am 100% on board with expanding the playoffs to 8 teams. Did you skip your late-morning nap, grandpa?