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BIG 12 W/L records since 2000

 


Alright, told some guy from A&M i would do this... hint, hint 12th man. Not going too much into an introduction, just read:

Baylor        
    14% winning percentage against BCS teams
    73% winning percentage against N-BCS teams
    29% total winning percentage

Colorado
    44% winning percentage against BCS teams
    72% winning percentage against N-BCS teams
    48.7% total winning percentage

Iowa St.
    35% winning percentage against BCS teams
    73% winning percentage against N-BCS teams
    44% total winning percentage

Kansas
    39% winning percentage against BCS teams
    90.6% winning percentage against N-BCS teams
    50% total winning percentage

Kansas St.
    47.7% winning percentage against BCS teams
    89% winning percentage against N-BCS teams
    57.5% total winning percentage

Nebraska
    56.7% winning percentage against BCS teams
    95.7% winning percentage against N-BCS teams
    64.6% total winning percentage

Missouri
    49.4% winning percentage against BCS teams
    79% winning percentage against N-BCS teams
    56% total winning percentage

Oklahoma
    83% winning percentage against BCS teams
    90.5% winning percentage against N-BCS teams

84.3% total winning percentage

Oklahoma St.
    41% winning percentage against BCS teams
    83% winning percentage against N-BCS teams
    52% total winning percentage

Texas
    80.7% winning percentage against BCS teams
    100% winning percentage against N-BCS teams
    85% total winning percentage

Texas A&M
    41.7% winning percentage against BCS teams
    88% winning percentage against N-BCS teams
    52.3% total winning percentage

Texas Tech
    57% winning percentage against BCS teams
    90% winning percentage against N-BCS teams
    66% total winning percentage

BIG 12 Average percentage against BCS teams= 49%

BIG 12 Average percentage against N-BCS teams= 85%

BIG 12 Average total winning percentage = 57.4%

All teams are over 70% winning over N-BCS teams; UT, NU, KU, OU, and TT are 90% or better. BU (73%), CU (72%), ISU (73%), MU (79%), and OSU (83%) fall under the average percentage.

KU (32) and TT (31) have over 30 games against N-BCS teams; OSU (29), KSU (27), ISU (26), BU (26), and TAMU (25) have had 25 to 29 total N-BCS games since 2000.

Only 2 teams are 80% or better against BCS teams (OU and UT). Other than Longhorns and Sooners, only 2 others over 55% against BCS teams (TT-57% and NU-56.7%), whom are over the average percentage. Next closest is MU at 49.4%.

OU (100) leads BIG 12 in total games against BCS opponents followed by CU (95), NU (90), UT (88), MU (87), KSU (86), TT (85), TAMU (84), OSU (83), ISU (83), KU (82), BU (78).

Only 2 teams are over 80% against ALL opponents (OU and UT). Other than Longhorns and Sooners, only TT is over 65% against ALL opponents (NU is at 64.6%), whom are over the average winning percentage. Next Closest is KSU at 57.5%

 

Revision:

Ok, apologies for just leaving like that. Had a few things to take care of throughout the day, so had to keep it short and sweet. This only tells little of how TT has improved over the past few seasons, mainly 2004 onward.  In that time period, Texas Tech's numbers have improved against BCS members along with overall winning percentage. Since 2004, the Red Raiders have a 64% winning percentage against BCS members and have a strong 71.4% total winning percentage. Only two teams are above TT and you should all know who those teams are. Yes, OU and UT both are over 80% in all categories.

Still, winning 64% (over BCS opponents) compared to the beginning of the decade shows just how much TT has improved since Leach has been able to mold with the Red Raiders. Mizzou is another team on the rise and should be taken seriously. Since 2004, they have improved to 59% winnings over BCS opponents 85.7% over Non-BCS teams and 65% total winning percentage. That ranks them 4th in the BIG 12 behind the Red Raiders.

<em>This is a FanPost and does not necessarily reflect the views of Viva The Matadors' writers or editors. It does reflect the views of this particular fan though, which is as important as the views of Viva The Matadors' writers or editors.</em>

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