There is zero chance the PAC gets anyone in. You've got a greater chance of winning a beauty contest.
Right now, there are 3-4 serious contenders in both the SEC and ACC. Lets say that Georgia runs the table, as does Alabama, and GA gets payback in the SEC championship game. Both teams would be 10-1. You could have a similar situation in the ACC... lets say Trever Lawrence is out against ND, but then beats ND in the conference championship. Both teams sit at 10-1.
Tell me why the committee shouldn't put those four teams in over an Ohio State team who goes 8-0 (or 7-0) and its biggest win was against...? And this scenario doesn't even take into consideration three potential contenders in the BIG12.
I know what Ball Coach would say, but I am not opposed to Ohio State (or Michigan) getting in to the playoffs with the shortened season, but there has to be a limit! I do think missed games should be held against them to some extent. If they are clearly better and EARN it, put them in. I just wonder if the BIG10 will be able to keep it together.