Greg McElroy believes that Ohio State is ranked too high in the latest edition of the College Football Playoff selection committee’s top 25 rankings.

On Tuesday’s ESPN rankings reveal show, McElory shared his thoughts on where Ohio State came in and why he thinks the Buckeyes got ranked too high.

“Right now, Ohio State is a little too high. Their schedule has been very good, and we’ve all acknowledged the strength of the Big Ten this year,” McElroy said. “They have 2 wins against teams that have 8 or more wins on the season, Penn State and Notre Dame, two ranked wins as well. Texas and Alabama each have 3.

“I’m not trying to compare Penn State to Tennessee, but if you look at the sheer quantity of the tests that those teams had to pass, with both Texas and Alabama, it’s just more. They’ve had more tests than what Ohio State has had. They failed their biggest one this weekend.”

Ohio State finished the regular season at 11-1 and 8-1 in Big Ten play after falling to Michigan 30-24 this past Saturday. The Buckeyes resume is now complete and they will have to wait to see what happens during Championship Week after missing out on the Big Ten title game with their loss to the rival Wolverines.