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@JonathanGormley I agree with this. While I don't necessarily think you should just assume an undefeated team is better than a 1 loss team, you can't ignore the fact that 3 teams on this list did lose games.
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I'm an SEC guy, but to sit here and say what Missouri and Auburn did was impressive, I'm not entirely sure I agree with that. Missouri benefited from probably the weakest SEC East schedule in the history of the SEC East (When was the last time UF and UT didn't make a bowl game in the same season? UGA was playing 3rd stringers in the game against Missouri...and they got A&M while they were falling apart). I'm not saying going 11-1 in the SEC isn't impressive, but you stick them in the west and they aren't going 11-1. Getting to dodge Auburn, Alabama and LSU doesn't help your schedule. Auburn looks a hair better, but let's not act like they dominated Alabama either. They had no business winning that game, but a win is a win is a win. Auburn *might* be the 2nd best team in the country, but the blatant hate in this whole post for FSU is amusing. I don't care if they play cupcakes or good teams, they have steam rolled everyone they have played. I can't forget what they've done to the likes of Clemson and Miami, essentially collapsing both their respective seasons. They are the best team in the country. You want to take a look at everything that has been done, I get that, but what about simplifying it and just saying who the two best teams are? FSU has taken care of business. So has OSU. Missouri and Auburn haven't, although Auburn at least played a much rougher schedule to get to their 11-1, and beat the #1 team in the country. Missouri has no great wins. Alabama might still be one of the top 2 teams, but they've played kind of passive all seasons.
I think FSU is #1 and should be in. The #2 is a tossup between OSU, Auburn and Alabama...