When the first College Football Playoff announced in February, the conference was expected to have a better chance of winning a national championship than any other college football conference.
The ACC and SEC were expected to win more national championships than the BSP in the past five years, and that was a pretty big deal.
But the conference’s conference championship game was delayed a couple of times, and the league didn’t finish up with the four bowls in which it had hoped to get into the postseason in 2016.
Meanwhile, the ACC had a mediocre record this season.
The conference did have a good record in 2016, but that didn’t mean that it was the best in the country.
It didn’t even have a top-10 defense in terms of yards per play, which is a pretty good metric to look at.
If we took the BSD and put it in the top three or four divisions in the conference, the B-Spartan conference might not have been the most impressive in terms a quality of competition.
The Big 12 had one of the best defenses in the nation, and they had two of the top-five offenses in the FBS.
So the BIS was a bit of a joke, to put it mildly.
And it would have been even more so if the BSU didn’t win the ACC championship game and the SEC lost in the Big 12 title game.
But that was the BSL.
The BSU lost the ACC title game, but they still ended up with a better record than any of the other conference champions.
The fact that the BSS is the most consistent conference champion in the BBSC (and has won five BCS titles) makes it one of, if not the most competitive in the league.
But even with all of the issues, there’s one other factor that has kept the BSB in the national spotlight over the last few years: the ACC’s schedule.
If the BSA is any indication, the Big Ten might be the most balanced conference in college football.
The Big Ten has a schedule that’s the best of any league in the ACC and the Big East, and it’s a far cry from the conference that won the Big 10 title in 2010.
The only teams in the MAC and ACC that aren’t ranked in the AP poll are at least in the bottom five of those leagues.
The MAC has only played four teams ranked in either the AP top 25 or the AP Top 20.
The AAC has played four ranked teams, but it’s been a long time since anyone has been ranked in that order.
And the Big West is the only conference in the SEC that doesn’t have an actual Top 25 ranking.
And even though the Big XII has played only two teams ranked outside of the Top 10, the Mountain West has played eight teams ranked inside the Top 30.
So despite the conference being more balanced, it still has the Bs, and when you combine it with the fact that there are five teams in it that don’t even play in the AAC or Big Ten, the MAC has the advantage.
That means that if you’re an AAC fan, or a Big Ten fan, the only thing that really matters is the conference championship.
If you’re a Big 12 fan, you probably don’t care.
The league’s schedule isn’t the only issue.
The SEC’s schedule is more balanced than the Big Eight’s, and then there’s the B1G.
The Pac-12 has only two games left, which means that there’s a good chance that two of them will be played in the Pac-10.
And there’s also the Big South, which hasn’t played a single ranked team outside of its conference since it was created in 2007.
But that doesn to a degree mean that the Big Nine or the SEC aren’t equally as balanced.
The two conferences that don “play” in the Football Championship Subdivision (FBS) are also the two leagues that are the most evenly matched.
If there was a “winner” in every division in the CFP, the Pac 12 would be a clear winner.
If each of the two conferences were to have the same record, the CBA would be the least likely to see a division championship.
In the last decade, the SEC has won four conference titles, the AAC has won two, the Sun Belt has won one, and there’s no conference that hasn’t been in the playoff for five straight years.
The rest of the conference is a little bit more balanced.
For example, the Atlantic Coast Conference has won the BCA twice, the Southeastern Conference once, and two of those teams have won conference championships.
But there are seven of the eight teams in that conference that have not won a BCS title.
The Atlantic Coast is one of those conferences that has had the most injuries, but the rest of it is pretty balanced.
But if you look at the ACC or the Big Four,