Central Florida athletic director Danny White has a bone to pick with the College Football Playoff selection committee.

White has made his voice loud throughout the season as UCF was continually ignored for its incredible on-field achievements. As the Knights posted a 12-0 record in the regular season, claimed an AAC title and owned the nation’s top scoring offense, they never got above No. 12 in the College Football Playoff rankings.

Now, after UCF defeated No. 7 Auburn in the Peach Bowl, White is claiming that his program won a national championship and has called out the selection committee for omitting the undefeated Knights.

“Our wins in conference should matter a lot more,” White said, according to Yahoo Sports. “I don’t think they gave us enough credit for beating a really good Memphis team twice. UCLA found out Memphis is pretty good. I don’t think they gave us enough credit for beating a really good South Florida team. We beat Navy at Navy. Navy had won 17 straight home games — the nation’s longest home winning streak. Those are hard games. If you’re in the Pac-12, you get credit for you in-conference games. But we don’t seem to be getting the same credit. That needs to change.”

White also discussed why UCF will hang a national championship banner at Spectrum Stadium.

UCF was able to complete a perfect season under head coach Scott Frost in just his second season as head coach. Two years ago, the Knights were 0-12.

There’s been plenty of debate regarding whether or not the Knights were deserving of a berth in the College Football Playoff, especially considering the controversy that came with awarding the final bid. Clearly, White believes UCF should’ve been given that last spot.

Unfortunately, we won’t know if the Knights could’ve stacked up against the likes of Clemson, Georgia, Alabama or Oklahoma.