The Winningest College Football Program Since 2000 Is…

Ohio State? USC? Florida? The answer might surprise you. After Auburn finished the season undefeated (for the second time since 2000) and won the BCS National Championship, many asked where this team stands amongst the best of the past 10 years. Auburn’s conference, the SEC, has been consistently hailed as the best in D-1, yet they don’t have any schools among the top five with the best winning percentages since 2000. Of the top 25 programs of the last 11 years, five are from the ACC, four are from the Big 10, four are from the Big 12 and four are from the SEC, according to ESPN.com. So who ARE the top college football programs from 2000-2010?

See the chart below…

For those who have neck injuries and can’t turn their heads to read the names, here they are from worst to best:

South Florida Bulls (86-49, .637)

Iowa Hawkeyes (88-50, ..638)

Michigan Wolverines (88-49, .642)

Brigham Young University Cougars (92-50, .648)

Louisville Cardinals (90-47, .657)

Texas Tech Red Raiders (93-48, .660)

Nebraska Cornhuskers (94-48, .662)

Florida State Seminoles (95-48, .664)

Boston College Eagles (95-46, .674)

Wisconsin Badgers (97-45, .683)

West Virginia Mountaineers (95-43, .683)

Utah Utes (96-39, .711)

Miami Hurricanes (99-39, .717) – 1 National Championship (2001)

Oregon Ducks (99-39, .717)

Auburn Tigers (102-39, .723) – 1 National Championship (2010)

Georgia Bulldogs (104-38, .732)

Florida Gators (108-35, .755) – 1 National Championship (2008)

Virginia Tech Hokies (110-34, .764)

LSU Tigers (110-33, .769) – 1 National Championship (2007)

USC Trojans (110-31, .780) – 2 National Championships (2003, 2004)

TCU Horned Frogs (108-29, .788)

Ohio State Buckeyes (114-26, .814) – 1 National Championship (2002)

Texas Longhorns (115-26, .816) – 1 National Championship (2005)

Oklahoma Sooners (122-26, .824) – 1 National Championship (2000)

Boise State Broncos (124-18, .873)

I think it’s pretty obvious what has to happen here. Boise State vs. TCU. This Saturday. Best of five. Do it. Do it.

Source: BusinessInsider.com

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