Where Do Cam's Tigers Fall? Power Ranking The Top Undefeated Teams of The 2000s

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Where Do Cam's Tigers Fall? Power Ranking The Top Undefeated Teams of The 2000s
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Since the year 2000, Division I college football has witnessed 11 complete undefeated seasons.

The 2010 season has the potential to add two more teams to the mix, providing TCU wins their match-up with Wisconsin in the Rose Bowl. And we're guaranteed to get at least one more out of the national championship tilt between undefeated Oregon and perfect Auburn.

That could up the number to 13.

But, out of those 13 teams, who has really been the best? 

It's really tough to gauge one team against another from year-to-year,, especially when they're all sporting perfect records, but by evaluating a couple of things, you can get a pretty good idea. So this is my quest, and these are the criteria I'll be using to assist me:

- points scored

- points allowed

- margin of victory

- strength of schedule

- performance against ranked teams

- team statistical rankings

- player statistical rankings

- drafted players

- awards and honors

Obviously, since TCU, Auburn and Oregon haven't played their final games this season, I'll go ahead and use what their rankings are based on their games played to date. That should leave some fun jockeying for position after their respective bowl games.

Let's dig in, and find out who has put together the best undefeated season since the year 2000.

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