College Football Rankings 2011: Big 12, SEC Split Representation in the Top 25
The best conference in college football debate is timeless and relentless. Most will argue that since the last five BCS National Champions came from the SEC, that conference takes the cake.
But representation in the top 25 levels the field a little bit.
Five members from the SEC have made a home in the top 25 this week: no. 2 LSU, no. 3 Alabama, no. 12 South Carolina, no. 14 Arkansas and no. 15 Florida.
Like the SEC, the Big 12 boast five of its members in the rankings: no. 1 Oklahoma, no. 7 Oklahoma State, no. 8 Texas A&M, no. 17 Baylor and no. 19 Texas.
The ACC and the B1G come next with four apiece. No. 11 Florida State, no. 13 Virginia Tech, no. 21 Clemson and no. 25 Georgia Tech for the ACC and no. 6 Wisconsin, no. 9 Nebraska, no. 22 Michigan and no. 24 Illinois.
The Pac-12 hosts three teams in the rankings: no. 5 Stanford, no. 10 Oregon and no. 23 USC.
The Big East boasts just two of its teams: no. 16 West Virginia and no. 18 South Florida.
Finally, the Mountain West has no. 4 Boise State and no. 20 TCU in the top 25.
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