teams most often ranked* and not upset

The teams listed below were in the top 15* of the final BCS rankings the most times without suffering an upset loss in those seasons.

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team seasons
Florida 5
Ohio State 5
USC 5
Florida State 5
Oklahoma 5
Texas 4
South Carolina 4
LSU 3
Notre Dame 3
Auburn 3
Wisconsin 3
Georgia 3
TCU 3
Virginia Tech 3

highest & lowest seasons of MOV in CUSA games

The table lists the Conference USA teams which, in a season of the BCS era, had the largest and smallest average Margins Of Victory in conference games.

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team season MOV team season MOV
Louisville 2004 37.25 Memphis 2010 -22.250
Houston 2011 30.44 Southern Miss 2013 -21.750
Southern Miss 1998 21.17 Rice 2009 -21.000
Marshall 2013 19.56 Tulane 2009 -20.625
Central Florida 2007 19.11 UAB 2013 -20.500
Central Florida 2010 19.00 Florida International 2013 -20.375
North Texas 2013 18.75 Houston 2001 -20.143
Tulsa 2011 17.50 Tulane 2008 -19.750
East Carolina 2013 17.00 UTEP 2013 -19.750
Southern Miss 1999 16.83 Tulane 2011 -19.000

best and worst coaches in away games

[by winning percentage - minimum of 10 road games in the BCS era]

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coach W L % coach W L %
Chip Kelly 18  2 90.0 Jeff Woodruff 0 22 0.0
Chris Petersen 38  8 82.6 Mike Locksley 0 13 0.0
Jeff Jagodzinski  8  2 80.0 Norm Chow 0 12 0.0
Mack Brown 59 15 79.7 Craig Cirbus 0 12 0.0
Pete Carroll 41 12 77.4 Rob Ianello 0 12 0.0
Jim Tressel 36 11 76.6 Kevin Steele 1 19 5.0
David Shaw 13  4 76.5 Vic Koenning 1 17 5.6
Urban Meyer 42 13 76.4 Gerry DiNardo 2 25 7.4
Charlie Strong 16  5 76.2 Ted Roof 2 24 7.7
Frank Beamer 59 19 75.6 Don Strock 1 12 7.7
Mark Richt 43 14 75.4 Charley Molnar 1 12 7.7

highest & lowest seasons of MOV in Big Ten games

The table lists the Big Ten teams which, in a season of the BCS era, had the largest and smallest average Margins Of Victory in conference games.

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team season MOV team season MOV
Ohio State 1998 26.625 Illinois 2005 -32.125
Ohio State 2006 23.625 Indiana 2008 -26.500
Wisconsin 2011 22.111 Purdue 2013 -26.250
Ohio State 2010 21.750 Illinois 2003 -26.625
Wisconsin 1999 21.625 Indiana 2011 -24.375
Wisconsin 2010 21.625 Illinois 2012 -23.375
Iowa 2002 21.500 Indiana 2003 -21.875
Penn State 2008 20.250 Illinois 1998 -21.500
Ohio State 2005 19.625 Indiana 2002 -21.000
Ohio State 2013 19.556 Iowa 1999 -20.875

When quality wins weren’t enough

The table below lists the  teams which, during a particular season of the BCS era, had the most pre-bowl quality wins, but did not play in a BCS bowl.

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season team QW
2001 Tennessee 3
2003 Iowa 3
2003 Texas 3
2004 Miami (FL) 3
2005 LSU 3
2005 Virginia Tech 3
2009 Arizona 3
2010 LSU 3
2011 Baylor 3
2013 South Carolina 3
2013 Arizona State 3
2013 Notre Dame 3

teams with only FBS win(s) / loss(es) in OT games

The table below lists the teams which, in the past 16 seasons, had their only FBS Win(s) or Loss(es) in games that went into overtime.  In all but four cases, these were the only win(s) or loss(es) – period.  The bold red rows indicate that the team had another victory that season, but over a non-FBS team.

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season team W/L
1999 Rutgers W
2000 Kent State W
2002 Miami (FL) L
2003 USC L
2006 Army 2W
2007 LSU 2L
2007 Minnesota W
2008 Washington State W
2009 Washington State W
2010 Boise State L
2011 Alabama L
2011 Oklahoma State L
2012 Oregon L
2012 South Alabama W
2013 Eastern Michigan W

highest & lowest conference home W % to away W % ratios

The following table lists the FBS teams, which, in BCS era conference games, had the highest & lowest ratios of home winning percentage to away winning percentage.
* Texas State has won 4 conference games at home, but 0 on the road.

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team ratio team ratio
Texas State * Western Kentucky 0.439
South Alabama 3.500 UTSA 0.800
Indiana 3.193 Washington State 0.826
Connecticut 2.750 Vamderbilt 0.867
Baylor 2.444 Ball State 0.923
Kansas 2.444 Arizona 0.929
Rice 2.184 Duke 0.931
SMU 2.151 Georgia 0.976
Army 2.000 Florida Atlantic 1.000
Mississippi State 2.000 Georgia State 1.000
Tulane 2.000 UMass 1.000