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Biggest BCS conference win: Alabama over Michigan
Biggest BCS conference lost: Mizzou loss to Syracuse
4-6 vs BCS with 4 games pending (40%)
25-1 vs. Non BCS (Kentucky)
16-0 vs. Division 2
12 game schedule with 8 conference games. Typical: 1 BCS opponent, 2 Non-BCS opponents, 1 Division 2 + 8 conference games
Biggest BCS Conference win: Texas over Ole Miss
Biggest BCS Conference loss: Oklahoma State loss to Arizona
5-2 vs. BCS with 0 remaining. (71%)
12-2 vs. non-BCS (Kansas both losses)
10-0 vs. Division 2
12 game schedule with 9 conference games. Typical: 1 BCS opponent, 1 non-BCS, 1 Division 2 + 9 conference games
BIG12 non-BCS conference win % = 85%
SEC non-BCS conference win% = 96%
Winning % of an average team in both conference is apprx 50%.
Would you rather play 1 game where your odds to win are 50% or 1 game where your odds to win are 85% or higher?
If you don't understand, basically take half of the Big 12's teams and take away 1 conference loss and replace it with a non conference win. Wouldn't it make sense then for the BIG 12 to have more teams ranked with the 1 less loss? (depends on the teams I know)
The Big East is 3-0 against the SEC this year.
LMAO!! This should tell the story. what happened to last year's Big East champ and Orange Bowl winner that hung 70 on Clemson? They are 11th best team in the Big 12!! Sec is a joke this year.. only reason why a&m is competing...
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