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College FB Best Win Pct. Last 5 Years

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Best Winning Pct. over the past 5 seasons by Division. In order to qualify, team must have participated in their Division from 2015 through 2019. 

 
 NCAA D1 FBS (P5) CONF W L Pct  
           
Clemson ACC 69 5 0.932 FBS Champions 2016, 2018
Alabama SEC 66 6 0.917 FBS Champion 2015, 2017
Ohio St BIG10 61 7 0.897  
Oklahoma BIG12 58 10 0.853  
LSU SEC 51 14 0.785 FBS Champions 2019
Georgia SEC 54 15 0.783  
Wisconsin BIG10 52 16 0.765  
Penn St BIG10 49 17 0.742  
Notre Dame IND 47 17 0.734  
Michigan BIG10 47 18 0.723  
           
NCAA D1 FBS (G5) CONF W L Pct  
           
Appalachian St SBC 54 12 0.818  
Boise St MWC 52 15 0.776  
San Diego St  MWC 49 18 0.731  
Memphis AAC 47 20 0.701  
Toledo MAC 43 21 0.672  
Louisiana Tech CUSA 43 23 0.652  
Temple AAC 43 24 0.642  
UCF AAC 41 23 0.641  
Houston AAC 41 23 0.641  
South Florida AAC 40 23 0.635  
Troy SBC 40 23 0.635  
           
NCAA D1 FCS CONF W L Pct  
           
North Dakota St MVFC 70 5 0.933 FCS Champion 2015, 2017, 2018, 2019
James Madison CAA 60 11 0.845 FCS Champion 2016
North Carolina A&T MEAC 50 10 0.833  
San Diego U. PL 47 13 0.783  
Dartmouth IVY 39 11 0.780  
Kennesaw St BSo 48 15 0.762 new program 2015
Jacksonville St (AL) OVC 48 16 0.750  
Sam Houston St SLC 48 17 0.738  
Grambling St SWAC 44 16 0.733  
Princeton IVY 36 14 0.720  
           
NCAA D2 CONF W L Pct  
           
NW Missouri St MIAA 61 8 0.884 D2 Champions 2015, 2016
Ferris St (MI) GLIAC 61 8 0.884  
Mankato St (MN) NSC 58 8 0.879  
Shepherd (WV) PSAC 53 9 0.855  
Indiana (PA) PSAC 50 11 0.820  
Colorado St-Pueblo RMAC 51 12 0.810  
Valdosta St (GA) GSC 46 11 0.807 D2 Champions 2018
Grand Valley St (MI) GLIAC 50 12 0.806  
Slippery Rock (PA) PSAC 51 13 0.797  
Minnesota-Duluth NSC 47 12 0.797  
           
NCAA D3 CONF W L Pct  
           
Mount Union (OH) OAC 67 4 0.944 D3 Champions 2015, 2017
Mary Hardin-Baylor (TX) ASC 67 4 0.944 D3 Champions 2016, 2018
St Thomas (MN) MIAC 53 8 0.869  
Wheaton (IL) CCIW 50 8 0.862  
UW-Whitewater (WI) WIAC 56 9 0.862  
St John's (MN) MIAC 53 9 0.855  
North Central (IL) CCIW 52 9 0.852 D3 Champions 2019
Johns Hopkins (MD) CC 51 9 0.850  
Delaware Valley (PA) MAC 50 9 0.847  
Berry (GA) SAA 46 9 0.836  
           
NAIA CONF W L Pct  
           
Morningside (IA) GPAC 64 5 0.928 NAIA Champion 2018, 2019
St Francis (IN) MSFA 55 8 0.873 NAIA Champions 2016, 2017
Marian (IN) MSFA 52 8 0.867 NAIA Champion 2015
Kansas Wesleyan KCAC 52 9 0.852  
Reinhardt (GA) MSC 51 9 0.850  
Lindsey Wilson (KY) MSC 49 10 0.831  
Baker (KS) HAAC 53 11 0.828  
Grand View (IA) HAAC 50 12 0.806  
Langston (OK) SAC 40 10 0.800  
Southeastern U. (FL) MSC 37 11 0.771  
         
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           

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