>If you're playing different schools every year you still have >to rely on them being good in that given year.
there's never a guarantee, that's for sure.
>You definitely >won't see schools scheduling multiple blue blood programs in >the OOC schedule.
multiple elite programs in a given year or on a yearly basis?
>Honestly with the playoff there isn't a >reason to have a tough OOC schedule anyways if you are in one >of the major conferences that has a conference championship - >you'll control your own destiny either way.
i thought that the playoffs would de-emphasize the importance but really just the opposite...look at the blowback that wash is getting for their crap OOC schedule. and OSU can potentially benefit greatly from beating oklahoma. i think the new structure has clearly emphasized the importance of scheduling legit teams.