It’s safe to say not everyone was a fan of two SEC teams making the final four in the College Football Playoff.

The 2017 Playoff field was officially set on Sunday with Clemson, Oklahoma, and Georgia occupying the top three spots after winning a conference championship on Saturday. The fourth and final spot went to Alabama despite not playing in the SEC Championship.

In the end, Alabama’s lone loss and resume was selected over two-loss Big 10 champion Ohio State. Both teams had solid resumes, but the exclusion of Ohio State means that a two-loss team has yet to make the final four.

Two SEC teams in the final four is certainly a strong accomplishment for the conference, but not everyone was happy about the selections. Former Florida State QB and current analyst Danny Kanell was clearly not a fan of the final four teams and went off on the Playoff system and SEC on Twitter.

Here’s a look at his rant:

(Georgia’s deficit in the 40-17 loss to Auburn this season was not 31 points, a fact he would later realize.)

Everyone is more than entitled to their own opinion, but each team in the Playoff does have a solid resume on its side. The Playoff semifinals should also provide exciting games for fans of college football.