Want to know the best outcome of the two closely played College Football Playoff semifinal games?
Maybe the results will stifle Alabama coach Nick Saban and prove that the CFP Selection Committee made the right choices.
Saban has been vocal for his disdain of the CFP Selection Committee's selection of the final four teams.
He voiced his displeasure in the days leading up to their selections.
"We are a good football team and hopefully, people (read: the committee) will recognize that," Saban said after his team beat Auburn to finish the season 10-2.
He voiced his displeasure in the hours leading up to their selections.
"I guess I would ask the question of we played these teams (read: Ohio State, TCU) in question, would we be underdogs in the games or not?" Saban said. "And that should answer everybody's questions relative to who the best teams are at present. That's how this should sort of play out."
He voiced his displeasure after the Crimson Tide beat Kansas State 45-20 in the Sugar Bowl.
"I think we had a little bit of a taste in our mouth that if we had a dominant performance, it would show people that we probably did deserve to do a little better than we did in terms of the playoff picture."
In every media interview available, he let it be known that he thought the CFP committee screwed his program. He took his strategy directly from the recent political propaganda playbook. State the lie long enough and your followers will believe it.
Never mind the results that clearly indicated his team lost twice during the season, while the four teams selected had a combined two losses.
Then the college football semifinals were played. Third-seeded TCU pulled the upset of No. 2 Michigan 51-45, then fourth-seeded Ohio State got within a missed field goal of No. 1 Georgia and lost 42-41.
Two excellent playoff games, defying history when past CFP semifinals usually resulted in blowouts. Had that occurred, it would have given Saban more ammunition for his Crimson Tide followers.
The bottom line is the College Football Committee got it right this year.
Alabama didn't deserve a slot.
Saban has done an incredible job since arriving in Tuscaloosa 2007, posting a 194-27 record, wining six national titles (including three through the current playoff format). With apologies to what Kirby Smart has built at Georgia, there's not a better program in the country.
If Saban steps onto his pulpit again this week, let's hope he recognizes the two great semifinals and shows appreciation to the two finalists.
This year, Saban and the Tide were not one of the top four teams.
TCU and Georgia are the two teams that belong in the national title game on Jan. 9. They earned it.
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