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21st Century College FB Worst Win Pct.

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On the flip side, here are the worst winning percentages by division from 2000-2019. Same rules apply. 
 NCAA D1 FBS (P5) CONF W L Pct  
           
Kansas BIG12 78 162 0.325  
Duke ACC 82 161 0.337  
Vanderbilt SEC 87 155 0.360  
Indiana BIG10 88 152 0.367  
Illinois BIG10 91 151 0.376  
Colorado PAC12 102 147 0.410  
Iowa St BIG12 106 142 0.427  
Syracuse ACC 104 139 0.428  
Kentucky SEC 107 138 0.437  
Rutgers BIG10 107 138 0.437  
           
NCAA D1 FBS (G5) CONF W L Pct  
           
New Mexico St IND 66 176 0.273  
Eastern Michigan MAC 67 172 0.280  
UNLV MWC 76 166 0.314  
Army IND 80 162 0.331  
UTEP CUSA 82 160 0.339  
Buffalo MAC 83 158 0.344  
Kent St MAC 83 155 0.349  
Tulane AAC 86 156 0.355  
Louisiana-Monroe SBC 85 153 0.357  
Akron MAC 88 153 0.365  
           
NCAA D1 FCS CONF W L Pct  
           
VMI SoC 49 176 0.218  
Mississippi Valley St SWAC 49 169 0.225  
Valparaiso (IN) PL 60 162 0.270  
Rhode Island CAA 63 163 0.279  
Columbia (NY) IVY 56 144 0.280  
Idaho BSC 68 170 0.286 Moved down from FBS to FCS 2018
St Francis (PA) NEC 63 154 0.290  
Indiana St MVFC 67 161 0.294  
Austin Peay (TN) OVC 68 159 0.300  
Texas Southern SWAC 67 153 0.305  
           
NCAA D2 CONF W L Pct  
           
Minnesota-Crookston NSC 29 188 0.134  
Savannah St (GA) SIAC 37 176 0.174 moved from D2 to FCS in 2001; moved back to D2 2019
Lock Haven (PA) PSAC 39 179 0.179  
Lincoln (MO) MIAA 38 169 0.184  
Livingstone (NC) CIAA 40 158 0.202 Moved up from NAIA to D2 in 2002.
Pace (NY) NE-10 44 158 0.218  
Kentucky Wesleyan GMAC 48 160 0.231 Moved down D2 to NAIA 2004; back up to D2 in 2006 
New Mexico Highlands RMC 53 163 0.245  
St Anselm (NH) NE-10 51 154 0.249  
Clark Atlanta (GA) SIAC 50 150 0.250  
           
NCAA D3 CONF W L Pct  
           
Hiram (OH) NCAC 31 169 0.155  
Iowa Wesleyan UMAC 38 169 0.184 Moved from NAIA to D3 in 2013
North Park (IL) CCIW 37 163 0.185  
Wilmington (OH) OAC 40 160 0.200  
Whittier (CA) SCIAC 37 144 0.204  
Lawrence (WI) Midwest 42 156 0.212  
Hamilton (NY) NESCAC 35 128 0.215  
Kenyon (OH) NCAC 44 156 0.220  
Lewis & Clark (OR) NWC 40 135 0.229  
FDU-Florham (NJ) NJAC 46 154 0.230  
           
NAIA CONF W L Pct  
           
Culver-Stockton (MO) HAAC 48 168 0.222  
Mayville St (ND) NSAA 46 157 0.227  
Montana St-Northern FC 57 153 0.271  
SW Assemblies of God (TX) SAC 62 138 0.310  
Central Methodist (MO) HAAC 68 145 0.319  
Dakota St (SD) NSAA 66 138 0.324  
Union (KY) MSC 69 141 0.329  
Trinity International (IL) MSFA 71 144 0.330  
Panhandle St (OK) SAC 70 139 0.335 Moved from D2 to NAIA in 2017
St Mary (KS) KCAC 69 134 0.340  

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