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In Topic: North Carolina will beat Clemson

Today, 01:03 PM

UNC's schedule is horrible. Compare it to Stanford, who plays in a better conference/division, and still played Northwestern and Notre Dame OOC. The schedule would really hurt UNC.

Tar Heels need to not only beat Clemson, but look like an elite team in doing so.

In Topic: College Football Playoff 2015-16

Today, 12:39 PM

Bottom line is teams like Stanford, Ohio State and UNC need chaos. UNC just has such a big hill to climb with so little time. They simply haven't had the chances in their schedule to really impress. imo, they'd not only have to beat Clemson, but look really, really good doing it in order to catapult themselves all the way to the top 4.

In Topic: College Football Playoff 2015-16

Today, 12:37 PM

View PostBlackSheep 171, on 29 November 2015 - 12:24 PM, said:

Does a 2 loss Pac 12 winner deserve to go?

That is certainly up for debate. But it's worth noting there's very few undefeated or 1-loss teams still left, so yeah, a 2-loss Pac 12 champ could edge out a very impressive one-loss OSU team that didn't play a 13th game and didn't win its conference. But it's still close. OSU could win out with the whole "unequivocally better team" argument as they've looked really good on paper.

The other argument is UNC, but I don't think a 1-loss ACC champ with a horrible schedule deserves it over a 2-loss Pac 12 champ with quality wins over ND, USC (twice) UCLA, and others.

In Topic: Mark Richt fired!!

Today, 12:23 PM

I think it's definitely Kirby. I think he's remained at 'Bama for one of two opportunities - Saban retirement or a UGA opening, whichever came first. It's finally happened.

In Topic: College Football Playoff 2015-16

Today, 12:20 PM

View PostBlackSheep 171, on 29 November 2015 - 10:29 AM, said:

Would that let two B1G teams in? MSU and tOSU?

If NC beats Clemson, it'd be really, really close between Stanford and Ohio State, imo. Stanford is more deserving from a resume standpoint, but OSU looks like the clear-cut best 1-loss team that wouldn't win a league championship.