T.R.G.O.F.--Top 15 Teams With The Highest Winning Percentage For The Past 10 Years

The Top 15 Teams with the Nation's Highest  Winning Percentage OVERALL, and The Top 15 Teams with the Nation's Highest  Winning Percentage IN THEIR CONFERENCE, from 1999-2008.  

NATIONS HIGHEST OVERALL WINNING PERCENTAGE (1999-2008)

Rank  Team name   Win-Pct   Won   Lost Tied Games
----  -----------------------  -------   ----  ----  ----   -----    --------
  1   Boise State          0.84375    108    20     0     128
  2   Texas                    0.82171    106    23     0     129
  3   Oklahoma            0.81955    109    24     0     133
  4   Southern Cal       0.77953      99    28     0     127
  5   Ohio State            0.76984      97    29     0     126
  6   Virginia Tech        0.76923    100   30     0     130
  7   Georgia                 0.76562     98    30     0     128
  8   Florida                   0.75000     96    32     0     128  *should be 33 losses for 0.74418
  9   Texas Christian   0.73984     91    32     0     123
10   Miami-Florida       0.73600     92    33     0     125
11   Louisiana State   0.72656     93    35     0     128
12   Florida State        0.70312     90    38     0     128
13   Utah                       0.70248     85    36     0     121
14t  Louisville              0.69355     86    38     0     124
14t  Michigan               0.69355     86    38     0     124
14t  Oregon                  0.69355     86    38     0     124

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Some quick thoughts. 

1.  Virginia Tech at #6 and #5, and Miami at #10 and #11 respectively.  Is that surprising to anyone?

2.  There are 3 ACC teams and 3 SEC teams in the top 15 on the OVERALL Highest Pct list.  Does this have any relevance in the SEC>ACC debate, at least for last 10 years?  Are the SEC teams superior and a thus a more competitive conference where attrition exist?  Or is this just SEC arrogance at its best?

3.  If FSU had not had the blues during 2001 (8-4), 2002 (9-5), 2005 (8-5), 2006 (7-6), 2007 (7-6), where would the NOLES be ranked on the OVERALL list?

4.  Does anyone see anything else here worth mentioning?

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