ND in no way shape or form belonged in the CFP. I would argue that, realistically, they weren't even a top 5 team (maybe not even top 10). Hard to say with OU: I knew Bama was going to take their foot off the gas when they went up 28-0, and they did. Thankfully, they had the best player in college football going up against the worst defense in college football (and a ridiculous run game), so they easily won the eventual shoot-out. Hopefully the Bama D plays a full four quarters (or isn't required to) a week from tomorrow. Lawrence isn't as good as Murray, and I don't think Clemson's receivers are as good as OU's (could be wrong though! I haven't watched much of either), but they're still good and this time Bama will actually have to play a defense. Ah well, roll tide!!! Edit: As for who should have been in the CFP, Georgia is obvious (at 3). I'd probably give OSU the edge over OU for 4 since OSU has a defense, but we'll see how they do against Washington.