Nick Saban had something to say about Alabama’s chances to make the College Football Playoff, and he took a shot at Ohio State in the process. And he made a pretty good point.

On Saturday night, Saban appeared on SportsCenter with Scott Van Pelt and was asked to state Alabama’s case for a spot in the final four.

“If we lost to a team in our conference who was not ranked by 30 points, then we wouldn’t be having this conversation,” Saban said. “You wouldn’t be talking to me.”

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That’s a pretty decent argument for Saban.

But Van Pelt didn’t want Urban Meyer and the B1G champion Ohio State Buckeyes to go unheard. So following OSU’s conference championship victory over Wisconsin, Meyer made an appearance on SportsCenter with a chance to respond to Saban’s comments.

Meyer didn’t take a shot at the Crimson Tide, but he did make his case:

“Everybody (has) got to stick up for their team, I’m sticking up for my team. With quality wins and a conference championship and I think the committee has a tough decision to make,” Meyer said.

This will be the most entertaining decision for the College Football Playoff selection committee. Whether it’s Alabama or Ohio State, one fan base is going to be irate.

Who doesn’t love a little chaos to close out the season?