He is correct in that OOS games by themselves mean nothing. Gorman could schedule Needles (CA) high school or any of the thousands of other slapdick California schools in order to fatten up their already stellar OOS record. A better term to recognize is the scheduling of "Risk Games." These are games that when scheduled are considered a toss up (with a 50% to 65% chance of victory for either team).
Also a team should be given respect for purposefully scheduling 4-5 risk games in the regular season when they do not have to. There are not many teams in the nation which schedule in this manner. Maybe about 10 elite schools do so in a given year.