Sometime, a long time ago, someone decided that head-to-head matchups were the be-all end-all in determining which team is better. Whether this thought was the chicken or the egg in the birth of a playoff system we'll never know, but it goes without saying that when one team beats another, people, in general, think the victorious team is the better team.
It makes perfect sense, after all, we often hear about passing the "eye test," and when you watch one team handle another, it seems fairly easy to proclaim the victorious team is simply better.
Although it never set out to do so, college football is the only sport to challenge that ... You've reached the end of our free article preview.
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