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Let us show some love to all of the power conferences in college football. Where would we be without them?
However, it is not the only conference out there. The BCS conferences are favorites of fans all over and even with the Big East losing its swagger in terms of an elite conference, we still have the Big Ten, Big 12. Pac-12 and ACC alongside the SEC.
From the players being drafted in the NFL to the coaches, traditions, stadiums, fans, tailgating and camaraderie, these conferences have it all.
The SEC has dominated the NFL Draft in recent memory, but the Big Ten actually has the most ever BCS appearances (25).
There are so many top 10 teams that are in all of the polls and rankings throughout the season from these power conferences, but it is a fluid motion.
The ACC has been down, but they are waiting for Florida State and or Clemson to become BCS contenders.
The Big 12 should be getting better in 2012 with West Virginia and TCU and we know the Pac-12 should be legit with USC taking off right where Stanford has been the last two seasons.