Fun! Here's a portion of Schlabach's breakdown of Georgia:
Yup. That pretty much sums it up. At least on the offensive side of things. And I won't be bothered if the Bulldogs aren't crowned champion on Friday. Really. I won't.
But I am interested to see the decision making in this mock playoff. It's a bold new world here folks. And it's full of questions about how much Ty Williamham really knows about life in the SEC. Is Lt. Gen. Gould more of defensive guy, or does he honestly prefer an aerial attack? Will Barry Alvarez fart in Condi's presence?
Seriously, whatever your feelings were towards the BCS and however you may feel about the way this new era will be organized, this tackle football committee thing blends objectivity, subjectivity and the human element better than we've ever imagined. It will be an efficient way of crowning a champion or an extremely lethal cocktail. (Actually, it will almost certainly be both.)
For instance, part of what ESPN does is come up with a WAY TOO EARLY power index of the teams based on offensive, defensive and special teams data in previous years. It's cool stuff for stat geeks, although I question why UGA's defense is ranked (considerably) higher than its offense considering what Bobo has done compared to his defensive counterparts.
Anyway, I hope this mock committee gives us some insight as to how they make their decisions. Afterall, that's what we'll all be concerned with come late November.