this is 100% false
no it isnt
teams that have less losses in an inferior BCS conf will absolutely get the nod over an SEC team with more losses (whether it's for the 2 spot or 4th spot). which conf do you think will lead to the most losses? it's not brain surgery. (again, just look at what could have easily happened to bama just last year)
Not if the resume is better. Keep in mind we're talking about a playoff, not jsut 2 teams are going to a NCG by default 1-2 in BCS. 4 teams (for now) will be selected by a committee. The sEC will put a team in the playoffs every single year, 8 conference games or 9. Dont kid yourself.
you're entitled to your opinion, but the strength of the conferences are not the same (obviously)...therefore, the SOS of teams playing more conf games will be tougher in a better conf.
And if we're the best conference we should nut up and do at least what every other big conference is doing and play 9 conference games. Playing scared is not the way to impress the selection committee. Go ahead and schedule 4 OOC patsies and see how they look up on that. 8 conference games simply isn't enough because with 14 teams it creates severe schedule disparites.
Look at Bama's schedule compared to ours. They play A&M, LSU and then shite. You're telling me with a schedule like theirs if they went 11-1 with a loss to either A&M or LSU the selection committee would look well on that? Hell no.
if you just want to see LSU play against another tough team (at the risk of not getting invited to the playoff) b/c it's more entertaining, that's your right.
And that's what most people want, You're in the minority wanting to be scared of replacing a shite OOC team with an SEC team. There's been polls on this before and by far and away fans want an extra conference game.
Also, newsflash, not every SEC team is good. Half the SEC is not a Top 25 team. Not everyone will add Alabama or Florida. Some will get Vanderbilt, MSU, Ole Miss, Tennessee, Kentucky, Arkansas, etc...While they arent going to be good teams (next season at least) it's still better than playing Southeastern West Texas A&T.
It HELPS SOS tremendously to add an extra conference game. If you dont believe it go look up SOS of teams before and after they added a 9th conference game. This is something the selection committee will pay very close attention to and you better believe the SEC teams with the weaker conference schedules will get heavily scrutinized if they dont play much of anything OOC and end up playing a couple good SEC teams and that's it.