It's down to final questions for College Football Playoff selection committee

The Twitterverse overfloweth on Saturday with passionate declarations about who's a lock, who hasn't played anyone and who passes the so-called eye test. Coaches used their postgame platforms to plead their cases. Commissioners and athletic directors haven't been shy this week, either.

There are only 13 opinions that matter, though; and if there is one thing consistent about the College Football Playoff selection committee, it's that it doesn't seem to care what anyone outside the room has to say.