With the ink still drying on the books that kept track of the 2010 college football season, it's now time to look ahead to 2011.
One of the things that we sports fans love to debate is the superiority of certain conferences. For a while now, the SEC has reigned supreme, and that will probably be the case once more during the upcoming season, but the battle for second is still being hotly contested.
These rankings will rank the conferences from worst to best based on the number of BCS championship contenders that each conference has.
Keep in mind that this is based on quantity and quality. The only time quality will have a major impact among the contenders is as a tiebreaker. Also remember that when I say a team could compete for the national title in the earlier slides, it's a best-case scenario that most likely will not happen.
For this article, I'm going to be using the set of rankings that I published on January 20th. You can read through them here: College Football 2011: Power Ranking Every Program Heading into 2011.
Read on and be sure to leave your thoughts!