I've been posting these updates in a thread called "Some BCS Facts for Your SEC Friends," because they pretty much show how the SEC has dominated the BCS bowl games. Here's a link to that thread: http://www.buckeyeplanet.com/forum/...cs-facts-your-sec-friends-16.html#post1638604 I figured that this can have its own thread, though. So here goes... I made this formula because 1. I'm a big dork, 2. When it comes to college football, I'm a big dork, 3. I had the time, and 4. I wanted to show Ohio State's success. This formula DOES show Ohio State's success. A team gets 1 point for making it to a BCS bowl game, and then 2 more points for winning that bowl game. (3 points for a win, 1 point for a loss.) The national championship game is double those points (6 for a win, 2 for a loss). These standings are only as far back as the BCS's existence: 1998 season (1999 bowl games). They go through the 2012-2013 season. Here are the results: 26 Ohio State (6-3) 23 USC (6-1) 23 Florida (5-2) 20 LSU (4-1) 20 Oklahoma (3-5) 20 Alabama (3-2) 16 Florida State (2-5) 14 Miami (3-1) 14 Texas (3-1) 12 Oregon (3-2) I also split the teams by conference, to determine the conference results. I am fairly certain that I split the teams properly by which conference they were in at the time of the bowl games. For instance, Virginia Tech made it to the national championship game from the Big East conference in 1999-2000, and then to the Sugar Bowl in 2004-2005 from the ACC. 87 SEC (17-8) 55 Big Ten (12-14) 51 Pac 12 (13-7) 49 Big 12 (9-11) 36 Big East (8-7) 27 ACC (3-13) 18 Non-AQ (5-3) 5 Independent (0-4) (all Notre Dame) Average points per game: 3.48 SEC 2.55 Pac-12 2.45 Big 12 2.40 Big East 2.25 Non-AQ 2.12 Big Ten 1.69 ACC 1.25 Independent One last item to note: Ohio State has dominated the Big Ten. 26 points for Ohio State, and 29 points for the rest of the Big Ten, combined. 9 each for Michigan and Wisconsin, 4 each for Iowa and Penn State, 2 for Illinois, and 1 for Purdue.