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More On The SEC Being The Best Football Conference In The Nation

Posted by Kevin on January 8, 2008

Some factoids sent to the media from the SEC office:

  • LSU’s 2007 BCS National Championship is the Southeastern Conference’s fourth in the 10 years of the BCS. Tennessee won the BCS National Championship in 1998, LSU in 2003 and Florida in 2006
  • The SEC is the first conference to win back-to-back BCS titles.
  • The SEC is 11-4 all-time in BCS bowl games. The SEC has won four BCS bowl games in the last two seasons.
  • The SEC’s seven bowl wins this season is an all-time high for any conference. SEC had six last season (previous high).
  • The SEC’s 7-2 bowl record this season is first among the automatic qualifying BCS conferences (.778 percent) and second overall (Mountain West – 4-1, .800 percent) this season.
  • This season, the SEC posted a 47-10 record against non-conference foes (.825 percent), which is the highest percentage of all FBS conferences. 47 wins ties an SEC high all-time (last season, had 47).
  • The SEC now has 184 bowl wins in its history, which is tops in FBS.
  • The SEC’s bowl win percentage of 52.8 (184-164-13) is percentage points ahead of the ACC’s 143-128-5 percentage of 52.7 for tops among FBS conferences. Records are using 2007 conference alignments.

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