Stephen A. Smith thought more people should be talking about Michigan when it comes to the College Football Playoff, and not in a good way.

Smith ranted on the latest edition of ESPN’s “First Take” on Monday, wondering why no one is looking into Michigan making it as opposed to Florida State, who was also undefeated and not involved with a cheating scandal.

The focus wasn’t the SEC for Alabama getting in over Georgia, but Michigan being allowed after the sign-stealing allegations in for Smith.

“Why are we pointing the SEC as it pertains to Alabama as opposed to Georgia? If you’re undefeated and Florida State, Michigan’s undefeated but Florida State wasn’t associated with a potential cheating scandal,” said Smith. “That would be Michigan. How come nobody’s bringing that up? Everybody keeps on talking about Alabama and the SEC. What about the fact that Michigan, who’s also undefeated, was involved in a scandal?”

Florida State came in at No. 5 in the final CFP rankings. The Seminoles are undefeated, however they’ll be without Jordan Travis for the remainder of the season due to a leg injury.

Michigan beat Iowa 26-0 in the B1G Championship in its last game before the College Football Playoff rankings came out. The Wolverines will now face Alabama in a College Football Playoff semifinal.

Kickoff from the Rose Bowl is set for 5 p.m. ET on New Year’s Day.