Number of Non-Conference Major Conference Opponents 1996-2014

Notice there is no SEC Team in the Top 50!!!! Scheduling mattering in win total!

College Football Trivia

The following is the number of regular season non-conference games played against a team from a major conference, or a major independent, from 1996 -2014. Opponents were considered major if they came from the ACC, Big East, Big Ten, Big 12, PAC-10/12 or SEC during the period. Also, since Notre Dame was considered an automatic qualifier to the BCS, they are counted as a major as well. Since the American had an AQ big in 2013 as well, they also were considered a major team for that year. The percentage given is the percent of non-conference games played against major teams divided by the total non-conference games. Teams were not included in the totals for years in which they were independents as all their games were non-conference.

Team Record Percent
East Caro. 60-(19-41-0)–0.31667 82.20
Fla. Atlantic 31-(2-29-0)–0.06452 72.10
FIU 30-(1-29-0)–0.03333 69.80
USC 46-(34-12-0)–0.73913 68.70
Western Mich. 44-(8-36-0)–0.18182 63.80
Rice 44-(5-39-0)–0.11364

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