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Default 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]
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