I'm sick of the SEC getting all kinds of advantages because the media and the committee favoring them. How would these teams fair if they had to play a schedule that included PSU, OSU, UM, NW, MSU, Wisky, Iowa. Indiana, Maryland, and, Illinois are all bowl teams if they play in the ACC. Other than Clemson, the ACC is a joke. The second best team is Syracuse, and it got trounced by ND. I say ND would be at best 9-3 if they played in the Big East. They might be worse. I know they beat UM, but that was the first game of the season. If they had to play UM say in the fifth game of the season once UM worked out some kinks, they lose. ND could not beat OSU or PSU. Then a Purdue or a Wisconsin would get them. Who did Bama have to play in the SEC. LSU? Texas A&M? Auburn? None of those teams were that good. The first game they played that the team was balanced was Georgia and if Georgia's coach didn't make a bonehead call, they lose. What if Bama and Clemson had to play say PSU and then turn around and play UM or tOSU? Could they make it? Not on your life. They would squeak out a tough game against MSU and then go into crappy Happy Valley to play in a white out. Good luck with that. Oklahoma would even have a worse time of it. I would say the AAC is tougher than the ACC minus Clemson. I can say this undeniably that UCF is tougher than any ACC or Big 12 teams minus the conference champs. And even that is questionable. Is there that much difference between WVU and UCF? Having watched both of them play, I would say no. UCF might be better.