There have always been differences between the computerized, simulated rankings and those determined by a committee, though both involve a level of controversy.

The difference in the standings between the simulated BCS rankings and the College Football Playoff rankings were released on Sunday following championship weekend and there were some notable differences.

The top 5 had some differences, while still sending the same teams that actually made it into the real CFP on both sides, but things really got different down toward the bottom.

One of the biggest storylines to follow will be just how TCU fares as the underdog in a year in which the Horned Frogs were chosen over the likes of Alabama and USC to make it in.