I posted this on another thread, but I wanted to know if anyone else saw it. Last night on ESPN2, I had the pleasure of listening to Robert Smith talk about how Boise State and TCU were SOOO much better than LSU. One of his quotes trashing LSU was: "See LSU there with the 8-1 and 5-1 in the SEC. This win over Bama doesn't really mean THAT much in the big picture because, well, LSU actually LOST to Tennessee. So, they're really 7-2 and 4-2 in conference. I don't care if they got the win. If it hadn't been for a screw up with Tennesee putting 13 men on the field, LSU loses. So, when it comes time to vote, I, and I assume, every other voter, will count LSU as 7-2 and 4-2 in the SEC." I couldn't believe my ears. That right there shows how much positive or negative media opinion affects rankings. Do you know how many people, and likely voters probably heard that, or something like it. I mean, whats the difference between a team screwing up and putting 13 men on the field the last play of the game or doing it during a pivotal play that leads to the game winning play in the 3rd qtr? I don't think I've ever heard such a ridiculously biased comment or ever been as pissed at an ESPN commentator. What a douchebag.