The best home-field advantage belongs to any team that plays at Vanderbilt.
Didn't UCF reject the CFP as the means of determining the National Champion? So why should they even want in? And why should they be allowed in?
Am I missing something? The CFP Championship game did not feature Clemson last year. It featured TWO SEC schools, as I recall.
Maybe a minor point, but the 2017 National Championship Game was NOT the first time Georgia had played for the national title since 1980. That would be the Sugar Bowl following the 1982 season, when they were ranked #1 going in against Penn State (they lost).
One fact needs to be re-checked, unless I'm missing something. Alabama did indeed win its division in 2012, then beat Georgia in one of the best SEC Championship games in history.