With that said, there is plenty of football left to play. Washington will have its chances to bank quality wins, while Texas A&M has a difficult SEC scheduling looming.
Well, baloney. Texas A&M, ranked No. 7 in the AP Poll, came in at No. 4 in the first College Football Playoff rankings – much to the surprise of just about, well, everyone. The Aggies have been outstanding this season, compiling a 7-1 record (the lone loss was to No. 1 Alabama) and knocking off the likes of Auburn, Arkansas and Tennessee.
Still, undefeated Pac-12 power Washington has looked about as strong as anyone this season, so it’s a surprise to see the Huskies on the outside looking in. But the committee’s logic is clear. Before its thrilling win over Utah in Week 9, Washington’s two marquee W’s came against Stanford and Oregon.
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