The College Football Playoff discussion has mostly been theoretical up to his point, considered only in the background of thrilling upsets, field-stormings, and shocking results that are still impacting how we view whether a team is good, bad or mediocre.
With the first set of Selection Committee Rankings arriving Tuesday, the national title chase once talked about in broad brushstrokes will soon become a set of refined talking points. Any nitpicking of poll rankings or questions about a team’s schedule will now give way to dissecting minutia such as game control, offensive efficiency, player availability or what exactly a top-25 win is nowadays.
For some, this time on the calendar might be a bit of a bummer as it sets the action on the field against the backdrop of a race only a few programs are involved in. For many though, this is when college football goes from random bits of chaos to Saturdays full of consequences in every conference on the board.
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