I'm a little concerned that the Ohio State Buckeyes can beat a 5-1 power-five conference team 56-17 and not move up at all in one of the polls. Especially, on the heels of three similar beat downs.
In this scenario, the whole theory of taking care of business every game and then moving up a spot or two in the polls each week kinda flies out the window.
Fortunately, that may not matter nearly as much this time next week. It'll be very interesting to see whether the selection committee's first top twenty-five does or does not resemble the polls.
Are they going to worry about who beat whom, who beat which out of conference powerhouse (or cupcake) in back in September?
Or are they going to rely on their experience and interest in the sport and provide their best guess of who the top teams are - at that moment - each week?
In the meantime, all we can do is crush Penn State.