I get that, what I found interesting about it was that he envisions an explicit "strength of schedule" component to the CFB rankings.
Edit: I don't think it's to far fetched to think that PSU and WVU could have a home and home arrangement sometime in the future.
There is going to be a SOS component to the playoffs and selection committee criteria. The two conferences that are actually getting bashed the most by ESPN and other bloggers with regards to the SOS is the SEC and the Big XII as they have historically overall played very weak OOC schedules. Pac 12 has played the strongest, followed by the Big 10 and then ACC.
As for WVU and PSU having a home and home, I could see that. A long term series, I doubt it. But that is just my opinion.
I'm honestly interested to what happens with Pitt and WVU. Honestly, I hope that series continues. But everything I've been reading with regards to the Pitt side, with a 9 game ACC schedule that leaves 3 games. One is going to be a cupcake every year. The other, it seems Pitt is focused on carrying on ND or renewing PSU. IMO, ND is the one I want to keep out of those two, but O'Brien stated he wanted to renew Pitt and I heard Pederson and Chryst say that as well.
I don't want the Backyard Brawl to end. But it's going to be difficult to make it an annual thing in FB. Now in BB, I think we play each other every year.