The College Football Playoff committee ranked Oklahoma No. 8 in the first rankings of the 2021 season and Twitter certainly had thoughts.

Oklahoma, the only team in the country that can claim it is 9-0 on the season, checked in just one spot above Wake Forest and right behind Michigan, despite the Wolverines coming off a loss to Michigan State just last weekend. The top four in the first Playoff rankings featured 2 1-loss teams in No. 2 Alabama and No. 4 Oregon.

The Sooners have been no strangers to drama this year as nearly every game they’ve played has featured some kind of craziness. A 5-point win over Tulane opened the year, but the Green Wave have just one win in eight games this year. OU beat 3-6 Nebraska by just seven points at home, West Virginia by just 3 at home, nearly gave away the Kansas State game in Manhattan, and switched quarterbacks against Texas to spearhead a 21-point comeback. Two weekends ago, Oklahoma trailed Kansas 10-0 at the half.

In reacting to the polls, ESPN’s Kirk Herbstreit said the Sooners checking in at No. 8 made sense given they have yet to play a complete game on the year. Here’s some reaction from the rest of the college football public: