The college football viewing public is not real thrilled with the College Football Playoff selection committee right now.

The Michigan Wolverines remained one spot ahead of the Michigan State Spartans in the CFP Top 25 this week despite MSU owning a 37-33 head-to-head win over UM.

That win didn’t come at the start of the season or early in conference play when neither team was where it is now, that win came three weeks ago, on Oct. 30.

And yet the Spartans have been ranked ahead of the Wolverines for just one week since. After losing to Purdue, MSU dropped below Michigan. Both teams have just 1 loss on the season. It’s a remarkably similar situation to the Oregon-Ohio State discussion at Nos. 3 and 4 in the ranking.

Oregon, which owns a head-to-head win over Ohio State in Week 2, has the edge over the Buckeyes in the CFP rankings (though both are in the 4-team field as of now).

When asked about the head-to-head weight by ESPN on Tuesday night, here’s what CFP Chair Gary Barta said:

“Set aside watching the games, though that’s certainly a part of it. But statistically in just about every category, offensively and defensively, Michigan comes out on top over Michigan State.”

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