- Feb 9, 2014
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Your scenario is unique. "If cinci wins out they will win AP national title provided the CFP champ has a loss." You are saying that Cincinnati at 13-0 will be ranked higher than the CFP champion if they have one loss. This scenario has never happened where an undefeated non-playoff team is ranked number 1 in the poll. UCF is the only example and they didn't finish first in the AP. There is no way to disprove you because what you are claiming usually happens has never happened in the CFP era.Would be really easy to disprove me. Find 3+ examples of one loss teams jumping 0 loss teams in the poll in November/December in the last 20 years
If you we want to change what you said to "An undefeated team usually wins the AP number 1 if the BCS NCG winner has one loss". This scenario also never happened. In 2008 Utah went undefeated, wasn't ranked first in the AP and Florida won the NCG with one loss. In 2006 Boise went undefeated and Florida won the NCG with one loss. Those are the only examples of that scenario happening.