Clay Travis shocked OSU still number 1, questions voters

The Ohio State Buckeyes won another game by just seven points for the second time in three games. Many fans have been criticizing the Buckeyes and saying that they aren’t playing like the same team that won the national championship in January.

A few analysts have come out and said that the Buckeyes don’t deserve to be in the top spot, but they still sneaked into the number one position in the AP poll on Sunday. One analyst that has been more outspoken than others is Fox Sports’ Clay Travis.

According to College Spun, Travis was shocked at how the polls ended up this weekend. He even questioned if the 38 voters who put them at the top actually watched the game against Indiana on Saturday.

The 38 AP voters still putting Ohio State number one should have their votes yanked. Do they even watch football?

— Clay Travis (@ClayTravis) October 4, 2015

The Buckeyes have been consistently gaining less and less votes over the last few weeks. This was the first time this season that any other team gained double-digit first place votes as the Baylor Bears earned ten.

The Buckeyes have been playing with fire the last few weeks and they are eventually going to get burned. That burn will come with a huge price because the Buckeyes will surely tumble out of the top spot when it happens.

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