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We need the booze.  Don't judge us.

But seriously, let's talk about strength of schedule.  Strength of schedule is the only objective measure that lets the BCS tell the difference between Ohio State and West Virginia.  So how does it work?  It works in two ways:  computer polls have an SOS component in the formula and human polls subjectively factor in quality wins.  How do you guys think strength of schedule should be measured by the computers?  Should it involve just the win/loss record of one's opponents and opponents' opponents?  Should the toughest and/or easiest games count more than the rest.  Should the conference that a team plays in be factor in along with the other factors?  Reply in the comments and we'll talk about it tomorrow.