College Football Playoff: Someone will be mad.

For the committee, choosing four teams for the four-team College Football Playoff was no easy task this year.

The 13-person panel assembled in a Grapevine, Texas hotel must make the most important and contentious choice of its 10-year history in the penultimate season before the postseason increases to 12 teams. Their decision will air on ESPN at noon Sunday.

Michigan (13-0) and Washington (13-0) are expected to qualify. They'll likely be No. 1 and 2 seeds.

No undefeated Power Five champion has missed the playoffs. The Seminoles defeated Louisville 16-6 Saturday night, but since losing star quarterback Jordan Travis to injury last month, they haven't looked as good

 Freshman third-string quarterback Brock Glenn threw for 55 yards against Louisville.

It upset two-time national champion Georgia 27-24 on Saturday, ending their 29-game winning run. SEC teams have won 13 of the previous 17 national titles and never missed the playoffs. After surviving a huge upset at Auburn a week earlier, the Tide beat the Bulldogs.

One of the 12 wins was a 34-24 win over Alabama in September. Who is better, Crimson Tide or Longhorns

 How could a decisive head-to-head outcome not matter? The Horns barely lost to No. 13 Oklahoma in the last minute.