Well, with Missouri and West Virginia losing last night, looks like Ohio State will "back in" to the national title game even though they haven't played a game since they beat mighty Michigan. The fact that the Buckeyes haven't played a tough nonconference schedule and don't play in a tough conference makes me wonder how they were ranked No. 3 to begin with. Could it be because they were already ranked high at the beginning of the season and didn't fall far because of only one loss? College football is a joke in terms of deciding who should play in the title game. Last season, Michigan didn't get another shot despite only losing to Ohio State by 3. They were the No. 2 team and they lost to the No. 1 team but they fell in the polls anyway. Probably a good thing, though, since they would have lost again. That would have been five losses to Ohio State for Hart and Co. And then an SEC team comes in and smacks the Bucks around. Speaking of SEC, what of Georgia? They were ranked No. 4 going into yesterday's games. How much you want to bet the pollsters will use the argument that Georgia didn't play and didn't win an SEC title to leave them at No. 4 and allow LSU to leapfrog them. Meanwhile, Ohio State will probably move up but the pollsters won't use the same "they didn't play" argument. I think Oklahoma and LSU, by virtue of playing in the toughest conferences this season and winning their conference titles, deserve to be in the title game. 'Course, the PAC-10 was pretty tough this season, too. But why leave it to human polls? Settle it on the field. Oh, there will always be some form of human intervention. If you have an 8-team playoff, who decides who the 8 teams are? For example, this season Hawaii is undefeated but would have a hard time getting into a playoff because they play in the WAC (Weak-Azz Conference). Anyway, the current system is ridiculous. Makes it tougher and tougher to consider college football a legitimate entity when the postseason is such a sham.