Which Conference Is Most Dominant in College Football?

Samantha CookeCorrespondent ISeptember 30, 2009

LEXINGTON, KY - SEPTEMBER 26: Quarterback Tim Tebow #15 of the Florida Gators warms up prior to the game against the Kentucky Wildcats at Commonwealth Stadium on September 26, 2009 in Lexington, Kentucky. (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)

Here is a little trivia question for all you college football fans. I am going to list the winning percentages of all the BCS Conferences for the past five years. I want you to tell me which winning percentage belongs to which conference.

Here are the rules:

The conferences involved are BCS Conferences - ACC, Big East, Big 10, Big 12, Pac 10, SEC

The winning percentages involve ONLY inter-conference play, such as when an ACC team plays an SEC team.

These games include all regular season and bowl games for the past five years, including this year up-to-date.

Teams that switched conferences are counted for the conference they were in at the time of the win. ie. Boston College's 2004 season counts for the Big East, not the ACC.

Please leave your comments and let me know which conference is which. I will post a second blog with the answer in a few days. Have fun!

Conference A: 0.595

Conference B: 0.576

Conference C: 0.500

Conference D: 0.489

Conference E: 0.452

Conference F: 0.429