What difference does it matter what I think. Who cares what I think about the teams?
Texas beat that team. And then you're gonna type that, literally, Texas wouldn't/couldn't beat that team in the playoff? It's absurd. On its face, it makes no sense.
Do I think Texas would beat Alabama in a playoff? Yes I do.
But that doesn't matter. What matters is that they actually did beat Alabama, this year. And if you just discount that game and put Alabama in and leave Texas out then what is even the point of playing the damn games to begin with?
And just to play the game, I think Texas would beat Ohio State. I saw Ohio States offense in every major game this season. It shrank. Against Notre Dame, against Penn State, and against Michigan. I think Texas is better than we are and better than Alabama.
What are you talking about? I've literally posted numerous times that I think the playoff teams will be Michigan, Washington, Texas and Florida State.
The committee is NEVER looking for the 4 best teams. They are looking for the 4 teams that will stir up the least amount of shit. It's why they punished OSU so much for what was easily the "best" loss of any team in college football this year. It's why they artificially manufactured a high ranking for Oregon when they hadn't beaten anybody of serious consequence. It's why they always keep 3 and 4 loss SEC teams hanging around the bottom of their rankings when they would automatically dismiss teams from other conference with the same results.
If they wanted the 4 best teams, they'd poll all the books in Vegas and take the consensus top 4. And I'm telling you right now that those 4 they got from Vegas would be a lot different than the 4 they are going to give us tomorrow night.