Like Selection Sunday in college basketball, the only news that matters on Selection Sunday in college football, is the decisions by the selection committee and the bowl match ups.
Let’s start with this statement. The College Football Playoff Selection Committee made the WRONG choice in selecting its four teams. But that statement is an oxymoron. There was NO way the selection committee could have made the RIGHT choice this season, since there is no way you can make five or six or even seven worthy teams fit into four slots. There was even less of a chance of having four conference champions fill the slots when you were faced with the dilemma of making the choice between the four best teams and the four most deserving teams.
In our opinion, the four best teams in college football at the end of the season were: Alabama, Clemson, USC and Michigan. The most deserving teams were: Alabama, Clemson, Penn State and Washington/Ohio State.
When the announcement was finally made on Sunday afternoon, the committee chose 1. Alabama 2. Clemson 3. Ohio State and 4….Washington. The rest of this article is available to subscribers only – to become a subscriber click here.