Which College Football Conference Is the Best?

November 16th, 2009 by Lloyd Vance Leave a reply »

In 2009, the question above is easily the toughest one to answer. Obviously, I don’t think the SEC is the strongest. Experts will make their case for the Big Ten and mention teams like Ohio St., Penn St., Iowa, Wisconsin, and even Michigan.

The first four are all ranked in the BCS standings, which means the Big Ten has more ranked teams than the SEC.

Does that mean that the conference is better top to bottom than the SEC, because if it is, and the SEC is supposed to be the best in the nation, does this then mean that the Big Ten is the best?

I know that was a long question, but that sums up the parity of college football in 2009.

Although it may be a difficult task to name the best conference in 2009, it is not so hard to realize that the Big Ten is not it. Iowa, Ohio St., Penn St., and Wisconsin are all in the top 25, but with 2 games to play (for most Big Ten schools) is anyone a big believer in any of them?

Does anyone think that any of them could match up athletically against the top three teams of the other conference? Even the Big East with Cincinnati, South Florida, and West Virginia has more speed than any ...

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