Wins over MULTIPLE 3 loss teams and MULTIPLE 4 loss teams will easily overcome a couple victories over quality comp balanced with wins versus bad teams. I believe Clemson loses to SCar. I knew Miami wasn't going undefeated before the ACC CG and they didn't even make it a week. Right now FSU has 2 wins over AP top 25 teams. 2. That's it. One is ranked 23 and barely in. They finish the year versus 5-4 Syracuse, 1-8 Idaho, 4-5 Florida so pick up no more until the ACC CG and that is iffy. And a Coastal Champ that will have at last 2 and possibly 3 losses. I can't predict whom because there are 4 teams with a shot there and tie-breaks may well decide it. Big 12 stuff. Right now you have 5 teams with 3 or fewer losses. 4 teams with 2 or fewer. And Baylor plays them all. It also beat a Buffalo team with 7 wins and a 1st place slot in its conference. No idea who will finish where in the Big 12 either except that the top schools will end up with 3 or fewer losses and they will all be to top 25 teams.Going by rankings you'd expect an OSU team with 2 losses to finish 2nd and be ranked about 10th. OU will have 3 or 4 losses and end the year ranked easily. As you play it forward. Clemson still has SCar on the road and GTech at home. They win the final 3 and they'll be top 10 but that is very iffy to say the least.But this is the one legit victory for FSU. Miami has Duke and Pitt on the road to go with a laugher over a down Virginia team. Then whatever team does escape the Coastal presumably takes another beat down versus FSU. All which adds up for SOS. The media at large will start talking about how Baylor can leap frog FSU soon, they are just slow and bad at math.