FOX Sports college football analyst Joel Klatt is usually one of the more sensible voices among the college football pundit. He tends to avoid some of the hot takes and provides much more substance behind his opinions and criticisms.

Klatt targeted the College Football playoff committed on his show Wednesday for a lot of their obvious inconsistencies. He wasn’t criticizing the members of the committee, but rather the process and the fact that the criteria changes on a whim.

“I want to acknowledge that this is a broken process…it’s a really hard job in particular because there’s no set criteria,” Klatt said. “Without concrete criteria this is a very subjective thing. It’s basically a subjective four-team invitational.”

Klatt suggested adding more members to the committee to provide more voices or adding an additional poll or polls to add more balance to the rankings.

“We need more participants in the college football playoff and we need more committees and/or bring in an extra poll, like a computer poll, so we can start to diversify some of these rankings.”

It’s hard to disagree with Klatt here. There is not set process and no idea which of all these statistics the committee takes seriously. Is game control more important than strength of record? Who knows? And when do wins and losses really matter?

The playoff will expand to 12 teams in the near future. When it does there needs to be a better way to decide those teams.

You can hear Klatt’s full opinion below.