We’re five weeks into the college football season. The preseason has been gone for over a month now, but we’re still seeing some of the remanence of it as we enter this sixth week of the year.

The remains of the preseason come in the form of the current rankings, some of which hasn’t changed since the start of the season. We base are opinions about which teams are the best in the country on what we thought more so than on what we know.

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FOX college football analyst Joel Klatt isn’t a huge fan of that. In fact, he hates the preseason rankings altogether, wishing we would wait until a few weeks into the year to determine where a team should be ranked.

In a video posted by FOX Sports, Klatt railed on the preseason rankings, saying it creates bias, not only for the current rankings, but when the College Football Playoff rankings come out later this month. He believes it creates somewhat of an unfair advantage in the sport for teams ranked high.

Below is the video in which Klatt dismisses the idea that preseason rankings serve any importance. He makes some pretty strong arguments, too: