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21st Century College FB Best Win Pct.

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Best Winning Pct. over the past 20 seasons by Current Division. In order to qualify, team must have been active in 2000 and still competing in 2019.
 NCAA D1 FBS (P5) CONF W L Pct  
           
Ohio St BIG10 219 43 0.836 BCS Champs 2002; FBS Champs 2014
Oklahoma BIG12 219 49 0.817 BCS Champs 2000
LSU SEC 202 59 0.774 BCS Champs 2003, 2007; FBS Champs 2019
Alabama SEC 203 63 0.763 BCS Champs 2009, 2011, 2012; FBS Champs 2015, 2017
Georgia SEC 198 67 0.747  
Clemson ACC 196 70 0.737 FBS Champs 2016, 2018
Oregon PAC12 188 70 0.729  
Southern California PAC12 188 71 0.726 BCS Champs 2004
TCU BIG12 182 71 0.719 Moved up from G5 to P5 2012
Wisconsin BIG10 188 77 0.709  
           
NCAA D1 FBS (G5) CONF W L Pct  
           
Boise St MWC 219 43 0.836  
Appalachian St SBC 192 69 0.736 FCS Champs 2005, 2006, 2007; moved from FCS to G5 in 2014
Georgia Southern SBC 161 90 0.641 FCS Champs 2000; moved up from FCS to G5 in 2014
Toledo MAC 158 92 0.632  
Northern Illinois MAC 159 97 0.621  
Brigham Young IND 158 97 0.620  
Cincinnati AAC 157 97 0.618  
UCF AAC 145 106 0.578  
Marshall CUSA 145 107 0.575  
Fresno St MWC 149 111 0.573  
           
NCAA D1 FCS CONF W L Pct  
           
North Dakota St MVFC 210 51 0.805 Moved from D2 to FCS 2004 - FCS Champs 2011-2015,2017-2019
Harvard IVY 150 49 0.754  
Montana BSC 198 67 0.747 FCS Champ 2001
Dayton PL 162 59 0.733  
San Diego PL 160 63 0.717  
North Alabama BSo 162 73 0.689 Moved from D2 to FCS 2018
James Madison CAA 170 82 0.675 FCS Champs 2004, 2016
McNeese St SLC 155 76 0.671  
Bethune-Cookman MEAC 151 75 0.668  
Jacksonville St (AL) OVC 157 78 0.668  
           
NCAA D2 CONF W L Pct  
           
NW Missouri St MIAA 232 39 0.856 D2 Champs 2009, 2013, 2015, 2016
Grand Valley St (MI) GLIAC 217 41 0.841 D2 Champs 2002, 2003, 2005, 2006
Sioux Falls (SD) NSC 209 40 0.839 NAIA Champs 2006, 2008, 2009 -Moved from NAIA to D2 2011
Valdosta St (GA) GSC 192 47 0.803 D2 Champs 2004, 2007, 2012, 2018
Shepherd (WV) PSAC 177 49 0.783  
Tuskegee (AL) SIAC 177 51 0.776  
Minnesota-Duluth NSC 189 55 0.775 D2 Champions 2008, 2010
Indiana (PA) PSAC 169 57 0.748  
Bloomsburg (PA) PSAC 173 60 0.742  
Pittsburg St (KS) MIAA 177 64 0.734 D2 Champion 2011
           
NCAA D3 CONF W L Pct  
           
Mount Union (OH) OAC 277 13 0.955 D3 Champs 2000, 2001, 2002, 2005, 2006, 2008, 2012, 2015, 2017
Mary Hardin-Baylor (TX) ASC 230 27 0.895 D3 Champs 2016, 2018
Linfield (OR) NWC 187 32 0.854 D3 Champs 2004
UW-Whitewater (WI) WIAC 222 38 0.854 D3 Champs 2007, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2013, 2014
Trinity (CT) NESCAC 135 28 0.828  
Wheaton (IL) CCIW 184 41 0.818  
Wash & Jeff (PA) PAC 185 42 0.815  
Wabash (IN) NCAC 179 41 0.814  
St John's (MN) MIAC 195 45 0.813 D3 Champs 2003
Wesley (DE) NJAC 193 47 0.804  
           
NAIA CONF W L Pct  
           
St Francis (IN) MSFA 209 39 0.843 NAIA Champs 2016, 2017
Carroll (MT) FC 202 53 0.792 NAIA Champs 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2007, 2010
Morningside (IA) GPAC 185 50 0.787 NAIA Champs 2018, 2019
Georgetown (KY) MSC 176 54 0.765 NAIA Champs 2000, 2001
St Xavier (IN) MSFA 180 63 0.741 NAIA Champs 2011
Northwestern (IA) GPAC 158 60 0.725  
MidAmerica Nazarene (KS) HAAC 165 63 0.724  
Thomas More (KY) MSC 152 60 0.717 Moved from D3 to NAIA 2019
Benedictine (KS) HAAC 158 73 0.684  
Cumberlands (KY) MSC 143 74 0.659  

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