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2014-2015 Conference Bowl Standings

2014-2015 Conference Bowl Standings

Rank Conference Wins Losses
1 SEC 7 5
2 Pac-12 6 3
3 Big Ten 6 5
4 Conference USA 4 1
5 ACC 4 7
6 Mountain West 3 4
7 American 2 3
  MAC 2 3
8 Big 12 2 5
9 Sun Belt 1 2

Head-to-Head Results (winning teams in bold)

ACC (4-7)

  • 2-1 vs. American Athletic Conference (NC State vs. UCF, Virginia Tech vs. Cincinnati, Pittsburgh vs. Houston)
  • 1-0 vs. Big 12 (Clemson vs. Oklahoma)
  • 0-2 vs. Big Ten (North Carolina vs. Rutgers, Boston College vs. Penn State)
  • 0-2 vs. Pac-12 (Duke vs. Arizona State, Florida State vs. Oregon)
  • 1-2 vs. SEC (Miami vs. South Carolina, Louisville vs. Georgia, Georgia Tech vs. Mississippi State)

American Athletic Conference (2-3)

  • 1-2 vs. ACC (UCF vs. NC State, Cincinnati vs. Virginia Tech, Houston vs. Pittsburgh)
  • 1-0 vs. Independents (Memphis vs. BYU)
  • 0-1 vs. SEC (East Carolina vs. Florida)

Big 12 (2-5)

  • 0-1 vs. ACC (Oklahoma vs. Clemson)
  • 0-1 vs. Big Ten (Baylor vs. Michigan State)
  • 1-1 vs. Pac-12 (Kansas State vs. UCLA, Oklahoma State vs. Washington)
  • 1-2 vs. SEC (West Virginia vs. Texas A&M, Texas vs. Arkansas, TCU vs. Ole Miss)

Big Ten (6-5)

  • 2-0 vs. ACC (Rutgers vs. North Carolina, Penn State vs. Boston College)
  • 1-0 vs. Big 12 (Michigan State vs. Baylor)
  • 0-1 vs. Conference USA (Illinois vs. Louisiana Tech)
  • 1-2 vs. Pac-12 (Nebraska vs. USC, Maryland vs. Stanford, Ohio State vs. Oregon)
  • 2-2 vs. SEC (Wisconsin vs. Auburn, Minnesota vs. Missouri, Ohio State vs. Alabama, Iowa vs. Tennessee)

Conference USA (4-1)

  • 1-0 vs. Big Ten (Louisiana Tech vs. Illinois)
  • 2-0 vs. MAC (Marshall vs. Northern Illinois, Western Kentucky vs. Central Michigan)
  • 1-1 vs. Mountain West Conference (UTEP vs. Utah State, Rice vs. Fresno State)

MAC (2-3)

  • 0-2 vs. Conference USA (Northern Illinois vs. Marshall, Central Michigan vs. Western Kentucky)
  • 0-1 vs. Mountain West Conference (Western Michigan vs. Air Force)
  • 2-0 vs. Sun Belt Conference (Bowling Green vs. South Alabama, Toledo vs. Arkansas State)

Mountain West Conference (3-4)

  • 1-1 vs. Conference USA (Utah State vs. UTEP, Fresno State vs. Rice)
  • 0-1 vs. Independents (San Diego State vs. Navy)
  • 1-0 vs. MAC (Air Force vs. Western Michigan)
  • 1-1 vs. Pac-12 (Colorado State vs. Utah, Boise State vs. Arizona)
  • 0-1 vs. Sun Belt Conference (Nevada vs. UL Lafayette)

Pac-12 (6-3)

  • 2-0 vs. ACC (Arizona State vs. Duke, Oregon vs. Florida State)
  • 1-1 vs. Big 12 (UCLA vs. Kansas State, Washington vs. Oklahoma State)
  • 2-1 vs. Big Ten (USC vs. Nebraska, Stanford vs. Maryland, Oregon vs. Ohio State)
  • 1-1 vs. Mountain West Conference (Utah vs. Colorado State, Arizona vs. Boise State)

SEC (7-5)

  • 2-1 vs. ACC (South Carolina vs. Miami, Georgia vs. Louisville, Mississippi State vs. Georgia Tech)
  • 1-0 vs. American Athletic Conference (Florida vs. East Carolina)
  • 2-1 vs. Big 12 (Texas A&M vs. West Virginia, Arkansas vs. Texas, Ole Miss vs. TCU)
  • 2-2 vs. Big Ten (Auburn vs. Wisconsin, Missouri vs. Minnesota, Alabama vs. Ohio State, Tennessee vs. Iowa)
  • 0-1 vs. Independent (LSU vs. Notre Dame)

Sun Belt Conference (1-2)

  • 0-2 vs. MAC (South Alabama vs. Bowling Green, Arkansas State vs. Toledo)
  • 1-0 vs. Mountain West Conference (UL Lafayette vs. Nevada)

Independents (2-1, Not counted in conference standings)

  • 0-1 vs. American Athletic Conference (BYU vs. Memphis)
  • 1-0 vs. Mountain West Conference (San Diego State vs. Navy)
  • 1-0 vs. SEC (Notre Dame vs. LSU)

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