HskrPwr13 wrote:Thats where results end up coming into play. Replace TCU with Penn St and BYU with Ohio St, and you've roughly got the same argument. Ohio St has been less than impressive this year. With 2 losses, one pretty bad, and only 1 quality win, MInnesota, they're still ranked "high", and Penn St is certainly benefiting from OSU's high ranking.
Each team's best wins:
Ohio St has beaten Minnesota (7-1), Michigan St (7-2), Troy (5-2) and Wisconsin (4-4)
Penn St has beaten Ohio St (7-2), Oregon St (4-3), Wisconsin and Illinois (4-4)
TCU has beaten BYU (7-1), Stanford (4-4), Colorado St (4-4), and New Mexico (4-5)
BYU has beaten New Mexico, UNLV (3-5) , UCLA (3-5), and Wyoming (2-6)
I know records are not the one all end all but when you consider that Ohio St and Penn St's big wins are coming against BCS opponents who have better records than the non-BCS opponents that BYU and TCU are playing that has to mean something. BYU hasn't beaten a team over .500 all year. TCU's only victory over a .500+ team was over BYU.
Those are the best wins for each of the teams according to one of the computer polls. Which wins are more impressive in your opinion?