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  • diabsoule
    started a topic Winning Percentages of BCS Teams & Conferences

    Winning Percentages of BCS Teams & Conferences

    110+ wins – Elite programs
    99-109 – Great programs
    88-98 – Solid programs
    70-87 – Average
    58-69 – Below Average
    47-57 – Bottom Feeder
    46 & Below – FCS quality

    Top 10
    1. Texas [128-27, .826] – Only team with a winning percentage above .800
    2. Ohio State [119-32, .788] – Clearly the class of the Big Ten
    3. Oklahoma [122-35, .777] – Bob Stoops has 8 seasons of 10+ wins or more in his 11 seasons at OU.
    4. Florida [119-36, .768] – One of just two teams with two BCS championships
    5. Virginia Tech [119-36, .768] – Has not had a season at or below .500 in the BCS era
    6. Southern Cal [116-37, .758] – Pete Carroll rose this program from the ashes.
    7. Georgia [115-38, .752] – Mark Richt has been to a bowl game every season he has coached at UGA.
    8. Miami (FL) 110-40, .733 - Fallen on somewhat hard times recently but the "U" is still very respected.
    9. Florida State [108-46, .701] – Bobby Bowden took FSU to 26 straight bowl games.
    10. Wisconsin [107-46, .699] – Only one season below .500 for the Badgers since '98.


    Bottom 9
    1. Duke [26-112, .188] – The absolute worst team out of all the BCS teams.
    2. Baylor [37-101, .268] – Putrid for a long time, Art Briles has them headed in the right direction.
    3. Vanderbilt [41-98, .295] – Doesn't even come close to competing with the rest of the SEC.
    4. Indiana [47-92, .338] – They did have basketball at one time.
    5. Illinois [56-85, .397] – Ron Zook has not been much better than his predecessors.
    6. Stanford [58-81, .417] – Program will continue seeing success as long as Harbaugh stays around.
    7. Mississippi State [60-83, .419] – Dan Muellen is turning the program around.
    8. Syracuse [61-82, .426] – New coach Doug Marrone has more wins in 2 years than his replacement had his whole tenure.
    9. Iowa State [62-83, .427] – They beat Texas this year.

    ACC
    Virginia Tech 119-36, .768
    Miami (FL) 110-40, .733
    Florida State 108-46, .701
    Boston College 100-51, .662
    Georgia Tech 99-54, .647
    Clemson 88-61, .591
    Virginia 81-67, .547
    Maryland 79-66, .545
    North Carolina State 78-69, .531
    Wake Forest 71-73, .493
    North Carolina 63-81, .437
    Duke 26-112, .188
    Total: 1022-756 [.575]

    Big East
    West Virginia 98-50, .662
    Louisville 97-53, .647
    South Florida 75-44, .630
    Connecticut 62-58, .567
    Cincinnati 83-65, .560
    Pittsburgh 81-65, .555
    Rutgers 64-79, .447
    Syracuse 61-82, .426
    Total – 621-496 [.556]

    Big Ten
    Ohio State 119-32, .788
    Wisconsin 107-46, .699
    Michigan 101-48, .678
    Penn State 96-52, .649
    Iowa 84-63, .571
    Purdue 83-66, .557
    Michigan State 76-70, .520
    Minnesota 75-72, .510
    Northwestern 67-78, .462
    Illinois 56-85, .397
    Indiana 47-92, .338
    Total: 911-704 [.564]
    Total: 1016-753 (.574, w/ Nebraska)

    Big XII
    Texas 128-27, .826
    Oklahoma 122-35, .777
    Nebraska 105-49, .682
    Texas Tech 90-53, .629
    Kansas State 93-57, .620
    Missouri 82-65, .558
    Texas A&M 82-66, .554
    Oklahoma State 77-68, .531
    Colorado 73-76, .490
    Kansas 66-77, .461
    Iowa State 62-83, .427
    Baylor 37-101, .268
    Total: 1017-757 [.573]
    Total: 839-632 (.570 w/o Nebraska, Colorado)

    Pac-10
    Southern Cal 116-37, .758
    Oregon 104-45, .698
    Oregon State 92-56, .622
    UCLA 81-66, .551
    California 80-66, .548
    Arizona State 76-70, .520
    Arizona 67-76, .468
    Washington State 63-80, .440
    Washington 62-82, .430
    Stanford 58-81, .417
    Total: 799-659 [.548]
    Total: 974-778 (.556 w/ Colorado, Utah)

    SEC
    Florida (119-36, .768)
    Georgia (115-38, .752)
    LSU (106-46, .697)
    Tennessee (105-47, .691)
    Auburn (96-53, .644)
    Alabama (96-56, .631)
    Arkansas (88-61, .591)
    Mississippi (78-67, .538)
    South Carolina (69-75, .479)
    Kentucky (63-81, .437)
    Mississippi State (60-83, .419)
    Vanderbilt (41-98, .295)
    Total: 1036-741 [.583]
    Last edited by diabsoule; 11-23-2010, 08:05 PM.

  • diabsoule
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    Originally posted by dabears10 View Post
    Diabsoule you want to include I-A Independents Notre Dame, Navy and Army?
    I included BYU because they will become an Independent next year.

    Independent
    Army 31-108, .223
    BYU 98-53, .649
    Navy 72-74, .493
    Notre Dame 84-62, .575

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  • diabsoule
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    Originally posted by nrk View Post
    I'm curious to why you have Florida State, Wisconsin, and Oregon above Miami in your top 10. Miami has a better winning percentage and a BCS championship.
    It was a slight oversight. I just corrected it.

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  • brat316
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    Originally posted by P-L View Post
    All that means in that the ACC has played the second-easiest out-of-conference schedule. The conference records of all the teams in a single conference are going to add up to a .500 record.
    hmm oh yeah. In that case does that mean MWC has played the hardest OCC schedule?

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  • P-L
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    Originally posted by bhaarat316 View Post
    Ahaha for all the Flack ACC gets its the second best after SEC speeeddzz.
    All that means in that the ACC has played the second-easiest out-of-conference schedule. The conference records of all the teams in a single conference are going to add up to a .500 record.

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  • nrk
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    I'm curious to why you have Florida State, Wisconsin, and Oregon above Miami in your top 10. Miami has a better winning percentage and a BCS championship.

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  • dabears10
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    Diabsoule you want to include I-A Independents Notre Dame, Navy and Army?

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  • diabsoule
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    Originally posted by bhaarat316 View Post
    You wanna throw in that new MWC so I don't have to go looking for all that stuff?
    Mountain West
    Boise State (102-15, .872, since 2001)*
    TCU (108-38, .740)
    Air Force (86-60, .589)
    Fresno State (94-60, .584
    Hawaii (89-67, .570)
    Colorado State (77-70., .524)
    Nevada (59-64, .480, since 2000)*
    New Mexico (66-80, .452)
    Wyoming (57-83, .407)
    San Diego State (50-91, .355)
    UNLV (44-96, .314)
    Total: 832-724 (.535)

    *donates move to FBS in the year provided

    As you can see, San Diego State and UNLV really bring down the overall quality of the conference. If the MWC wished to replace those two schools with two others then Houston and Southern Miss would do wonders for the overall record and level of competition in the MWC. That would be still only be eleven teams in the conference so if they wished to expand they could easily add Tulsa, who would fit into the footprint of the conference. But, I digress.
    Last edited by diabsoule; 11-23-2010, 01:36 AM.

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  • brat316
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    Ahaha for all the Flack ACC gets its the second best after SEC speeeddzz.

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  • brat316
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    You wanna throw in that new MWC so I don't have to go looking for all that stuff?

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  • diabsoule
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    Originally posted by TACKLE View Post
    Nice work diab.

    Just to clarify, are these the records over the past decade or since the inception of the BCS?
    Since the inception of the BCS, so from 1998.

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  • TACKLE
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    Nice work diab.

    Just to clarify, are these the records over the past decade or since the inception of the BCS?

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