We’ve had just two College Football Playoff polls released in the 2018 season and Joel Klatt has already had some major gripes. But he’s backing up his argument with facts.

Each of the last two weeks, Klatt has argued that the selection committee has “confirmation bias” when ranking teams from the SEC and ACC. He’s used data from statistical models to make his argument.

As you can see in the data below, the ACC seems to be ranked quite a bit higher by the CFB Playoff selection committee.

Klatt has been much more supportive of the Big XII and B1G than most analysts. Although, as an analyst, he’s covered more games from those two conferences.

Both Michigan and Oklahoma are in good shape in the CFB Playoff picture. The Wolverines are currently ranked fourth and the Sooners are slotted in the sixth spot. If both win out, they’ll be in good shape at the end of the year.

We’ve still got a few more weeks of CFB Playoff rankings remaining. We’ll see if Klatt and the committee see eye-to-eye at some point.