O Really wrote: ↑Sat Jun 15, 2019 7:08 pmIf you want to argue that a team that goes 11-0 and beats 5 ranked teams is likely better than a team that goes 11-0 beating Northwest Boondock Teachers College, I'd agree with you. Of course, you can use that argument to say that a team that goes 7-4 against ranked teams is still better than the 11-0 NWBTC bully, but it won't matter because the 7-4 team won't get to the playoffs. I think using a schedule strength to evaluate a team is fine, but it doesn't take the place of a score from a real game. But clearly UCF is inferior to SEC teams and couldn't beat any of them, given its weak schedule, right? Oh, wait.
They did beat one very beat up team, but even then, it took several really big bad calls.
That game remains the only time I've seen a touchdown run blown dead.
You left out the part about the 11-0 team ending up with a higher score than the 7-4 team and throwing themselves parties and parades and creating fake rings and trophies, when all they did was barely beat a 7-4 sec team.
Or the next year when they were beat down by a 5th ranked sec team and ran around claiming that they should be in the 4 team playoffs.
But here we are again, ucf all set to play nobody