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Subject: Re: 13-0 will NOT be enough... The Committee has spoken...
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Subject: Re: 13-0 will NOT be enough... The Committee has spoken...
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On Tuesday, November 7, 2017 at 8:27:35 PM UTC-6, wrote:
> Georgia
> Alabama
> Notre Dame *
> Clemson *
> Oklahoma *
> TCU *
> Miami
> Wisconsin
> Washington *
> Auburn **
> That's your top ten right now, asterisks involve number of losses.
> The Georgia-Alabama loser was the big winner of the week.  12-0 to the SEC title game will be
enough to get BOTH teams into the CFP.
> Notre Dame-Miami winner probably is in the Top 4 and gets in if they run out.
> Oklahoma-TCU winner, probably the same.
> But, again, the damning indictment, with no better opponent for Wisconsin to face, is four
one-loss teams already ahead of them.
> Mike

Have you not paid any attention the last three years? There is no such thing as "already ahead of
them"  Teams go up and down based on quality of wins.. ND would have good reason to be nervous about
an undefeated run by Wisky. Clemson might even more -- especially if Miami loses to ND.  

Miami will get in if they win out. Wisky almost certainly will. The one loss teams will get demoted.
This committee is not the AP poll.