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College FB Worst Win Pct Last 5 Years

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On the flip side, here are the worst winning percentages by division from 2015-2019. Same rules apply. These teams need some help.

Kansas BIG12 9 51 0.150
Rutgers BIG10 13 47 0.217
Oregon St PAC12 14 46 0.233
Illinois BIG10 20 41 0.328
Maryland BIG10 21 40 0.344
Purdue BIG10 22 40 0.355
Arkansas SEC 23 39 0.371
Vanderbilt SEC 24 38 0.387
UCLA PAC12 25 37 0.403
Arizona PAC12 26 36 0.419
UTEP CUSA 11 49 0.183
Texas St SBC 13 47 0.217
Rice CUSA 14 47 0.230
Massachusetts IND 14 46 0.233
Connecticut AAC 15 46 0.246
Kent St MAC 17 44 0.279
San Jose St MWC 18 44 0.290
New Mexico St IND 18 43 0.295
East Carolina AAC 18 42 0.300
Ball St MAC 18 42 0.300
Mississippi Valley St SWAC 7 48 0.127
Delaware St MEAC 8 48 0.143
VMI SoC 11 45 0.196
Texas Southern SWAC 11 43 0.204
Houston Baptist SLC 12 43 0.218
Presbyterian BSo 12 42 0.222
Lafayette PFL 13 43 0.232
Missouri St MVFC 13 42 0.236
Ark-Pine Bluff SWAC 13 42 0.236
Rhode Island CAA 14 42 0.250
Minnesota-Crookston NSC 2 53 0.036
Simon Fraser (BC) GNAC 2 47 0.041
Shorter (GA) GSC 3 51 0.056
Lincoln (PA) CIAA 5 45 0.100
Missouri Southern MIAA 6 49 0.109
Northeastern St (OK) MIAA 6 49 0.109
Mary (ND) NSC 6 49 0.109
Lake Erie (OH) GMAC 7 47 0.130
Lincoln (MO) MIAA 7 47 0.130
William Jewell (MO) GLVC 9 44 0.170
Whittier (CA) SCIAC 4 41 0.089
Maine Maritime NEWMAC 5 41 0.109
Grinnell (IA) Midwest 5 38 0.116
Finlandia (MI) MIAA 5 37 0.119
William Paterson (NJ) NJAC 6 44 0.120
Anna Maria (MA) ECC 6 44 0.120
Thiel (PA) PAC 7 43 0.140
Wilmington (OH) OAC 7 43 0.140
Greensboro (NC) USAS 7 43 0.140
Iowa Wesleyan UMAC 7 43 0.140
Montana St-Northern FC 4 50 0.074
Texas College SAC 5 42 0.106
Edward Waters (FL) IND 9 40 0.184
Trinity International (IL) MSFA 10 43 0.189
Kentucky Christian MSC 11 44 0.200
Graceland (IA) HAAC 11 44 0.200
Culver-Stockton (MO) HAAC 12 43 0.218
Missouri Baptist MSFA 12 42 0.222
McPherson (KS) KCAC 12 40 0.231
Union (KY) MSC 13 39 0.250

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It is amazing to think that some of these teams are this level of bad. For example, Rutgers is not a surprise to be this bad, but too be that bad that means even their non-conference games they have to be losing. At a certain point, I have to begin to wonder is having a football team worth the cost if we can't be competitive. 

While I get conferences are about helping to build brands, make scheduling easier, helping build rivalries, etc. As always, I am going to suggest the ideas of promotion/relegation on a two year cycle. If you started with a 10 team conferences and took the top 10 from LAZ's other post (Clemson, Alabama, Ohio State, Oklahoma, LSU, Georgia, Wisconsin, Penn State, Notre Dame, Michigan). I think that would be an exciting conference and probably more exciting for a season that college football currently is. 9 games would still allow 3 non-conference games against a traditional rival or a cross-country game of some sort. 

As I can already hear the SEC homers upset that 4 Big-10 teams could get in the top conference, well after two years, if they aren't the top, they would move out and somebody better replaces them. 

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