Boise State At Or Near The Top Since 1999

2006 was Boise State's "statement season". The Broncos ended the year as the nation's only undefeated Division I-A team. The sparkling 13-0 record catapulted Boise State to the top of nearly every time period since 1999.

Boise State is positioned near the top of Division I-A football in every comparison since 1999.  The Broncos own the best record from 1999-2006 with an 86-16 record, followed by Fiesta Bowl opponent Oklahoma, which sports an 86-19 mark, and Texas (84-19).  Miami of Florida (80-20) is 4th, followed by Ohio State (86-24), Virginia Tech (79-23), Georgia (77-25), USC (76-25), Louisville (75-25) and Michigan (74-25).

 

Boise State is also 1st in the last seven years (76-13), 1st in the last six years (66-11), 2nd in the last five years (58-7), and 2nd in the last four years (46-6).  USC tops those last two time periods with 59-6 and 48-4 records respectively.

 

Oklahoma and Texas of the Big 12 are the top conference duo in every time frame since 1999.  The Western Athletic Conference ranks from 5th to 7th in conference duos featuring Boise State and either Fresno State or Hawai'i.  The Broncos, Bulldogs and Warriors also rank from #5 to #7 among conference trios.   

 

Top 40 Teams From 1999-2006:

1.   Boise State 86-16

2.   Oklahoma 86-19

3.   Texas 84-19

4.   Miami of Florida 80-20

5.   Ohio State 86-24

6.   Virginia Tech 79-23

7.   Georgia 77-25

8.   USC 76-25

9.   Louisville 75-25

10.  Michigan 74-25

11.  TCU 72-25

12.  Florida 74-28

12.  Florida State 74-28

14.  LSU 73-28

15.  Auburn 71-29

16.  Nebraska 72-30

17.  Tennessee 70-30

18.  Boston College 68-31

19.  Wisconsin 70-32

20.  Oregon 67-31

21.  Toledo 66-31

22.  Marshall 66-33

23.  Utah 63-32

24.  Kansas State 66-35

25.  West Virginia 61-36

26.  Southern Mississippi 62-37

27.  Maryland 60-36

28.  South Florida 43-26

29.  Oregon State 61-37

30.  Texas Tech 62-38

31.  Northern Illinois 57-36

32.  Fresno State 65-39

33.  Hawai'i 64-40

34.  Georgia Tech 62-39

35.  Clemson 60-38

36.  Notre Dame 59-38

36.  Miami of Ohio 57-39

37.  BYU 57-41

38.  Arkansas 58-42

39.  Penn State 56-41

40.  Purdue 57-42

 

Top Conference Duos From 1999-2006:

1.    Big 12--Oklahoma and Texas (170-38)

2.  ACC—Miami of Florida and Virginia Tech (159-43)

3.    Big 10—Ohio State and Michigan (160-49)

4.    SECGeorgia and Florida (151-53)

5.    WACBoise State and Fresno State (151-55)

6.    Pac-10—USC and Oregon (143-56)

7.        Mountain West—TCU and Utah (135-57)

8.        Big East—Louisville and West Virginia (136-61)

9.        Conference USAMarshall and Southern Mississippi (128-60)

10.    Mid-American—Toledo and Northern Illinois (123-67)

 

Top Conference Trios 1999-2006:

  1.   Big 12—Oklahoma, Texas and Nebraska (242-68)
  2.  ACC—Miami of Florida, Virginia Tech and Florida State (233-71)
  3. Big 10—Ohio State, Michigan and Wisconsin (230-81)
  4.  SECGeorgia, Florida and LSU (224-81)
  5. WACBoise State, Fresno State and Hawai'i (215-95)
  6.  Pac-10—USC, Oregon and Oregon State (204-93)
  7.  Mountain West—TCU, Utah and BYU (192-98)
  8.  Big East—Louisville, West Virginia and South Florida (179-87)
  9.  Mid-American—Toledo, Northern Illinois and Miami of Ohio (180-106)
  10.  Conference USAMarshall, Southern Mississippi and UAB (171-109)

 

 

Top 40 Teams From 2000-2006:

1.   Boise State 76-13

2.   Oklahoma 79-14

3.   Texas 75-14

4.   Miami of Florida 70-16

5.   Ohio State 70-18*

6.   USC 70-19

7.   LSU 70-20

8.   Louisville 68-20

9.   Georgia 69-21

10.  Virginia Tech 68-22

11.  TCU 64-21

12.  Michigan 65-22

13.  Auburn 66-23

14.  Florida 65-24*

15.  Toledo 60-26

16.  Tennessee 61-27

17.  Florida State 62-28

18.  Boston College 60-27

19.  Oregon 58-28

20.  Nebraska 60-29

21.  Wisconsin 60-30

22.  West Virginia 57-29

23.  Utah 54-29

24.  Maryland 55-30

25.  Northern Illinois 53-30

26.  Notre Dame 54-31

27.  Texas Tech 56-33

28.  Clemson 54-32

28.  Oregon State 54-32

30.  Fresno State 57-34

31.  South Florida 43-26

32.  Iowa 54-33

33.  Kansas State 55-34

34.  Marshall 53-33

35.  Southern Mississippi 53-34

36.  Georgia Tech 54-35

37.  Hawai'i 55-36

38.  Bowling Green 49-34

38.  Washington State 49-34

40.  Miami of Ohio 50-35

40.  Pittsburgh 50-35

 

Top Conference Duos from 2000-2006:

  1.  Big 12--Oklahoma and Texas (154-28)
  2.  ACC—Miami of Florida and Virginia Tech (138-38)
  3.  Big 10—Ohio State and Michigan (135-40)
  4.  SECGeorgia and Auburn (135-44)

      5.   WACBoise State and Fresno State (133-47)

6.   Pac-10—USC and Oregon (128-47)

  1.  Big East—Louisville and West Virginia (125-49)
  2.  Mountain West—TCU and Utah (118-50)
  3.  Mid-American—Toledo and Northern Illinois (113-56)
  4. Conference USAMarshall and Southern Mississippi (106-57)

 

Top Conference Trios From 2000-2006:

  1.  Big 12—Oklahoma, Texas and Nebraska (214-57)
  2.  ACC—Miami of Florida, Virginia Tech and Florida State (200-66)
  3.  SECGeorgia, Auburn and Florida (200-68)
  4.  Big 10—Ohio State, Michigan and Wisconsin (195-70)
  5.  Pac-10—USC, Oregon and Oregon State (182-79)

      6.    WACBoise State, Fresno State and Hawai'i (188-83)

  1.   Big East—Louisville, West Virginia and South Florida (168-75)
  2.  Mountain West—TCU, Utah and BYU (167-87)
  3.  Mid-American—Toledo, Northern Illinois and Bowling Green (162-90)
  4.  Conference USAMarshall and Southern Mississippi (144-100)

 

 

Top 40 Teams 2001-2006:

  1.  Boise State 66-11
  2.  Texas 66-11
  3.  USC 65-12
  4. Oklahoma 66-14
  5. Ohio State 62-14
  6.  Miami of Florida 60-15
  7.  LSU 62-16
  8.  Georgia 61-17
  9.  Louisville 59-17
  10.  Auburn 57-19
  11.  TCU 54-19
  12.  Michigan 55-20
  13.  Virginia Tech 57-21
  14.  Florida 55-21
  15.  Boston College 53-22
  16.  Tennessee 53-23
  17.  Utah 50-22
  18.  Iowa 51-24
  19.  Maryland 50-24
  20.  West Virginia 50-24
  21.  Toledo 50-25
  22.  Florida State 51-26
  1.  Wisconsin 51-26

24.  Hawai'i 52-27

  1.  Bowling Green 47-25
  1.  Northern Illinois 47-25

27.  Nebraska 50-27

28.  Oregon 48-26

      29.  Texas Tech 49-27

      30.  South Florida 43-25

      31.  Fresno State 50-29

      32.  Washington State 45-27

      33.  Marshall 45-28

      33.  Notre Dame 45-28

      35.  Clemson 45-29

      36.  Southern Mississippi 45-30

      37.  California 44-30

      37.  Miami of Ohio 44-30

      39.  Pittsburgh 43.30

      39.  UCLA 43-30

 

Top Conference Duos From 2001-2006:

1.    Big 12--Oklahoma and Texas (132-25)

2.    Big 10—Ohio State and Michigan (117-34)

  1.  ACC—Miami of Florida and Virginia Tech (117-36)
  2.  SEC—LSU and Georgia (123-33)

      5.   WACBoise State and Hawai'i (118-38)

6.   Pac-10—USC and Oregon (113-38)

  1.  Big East—Louisville and West Virginia (109-41)
  2.  Mountain West—TCU and Utah (104-41)
  3.  Mid-American—Toledo and Northern Illinois or Bowling Green (97-50)
  4.  Conference USAMarshall and Southern Mississippi (90-58)

 

 

Top Conference Trios From 2001-2006:

  1. Big 12—Oklahoma, Texas and Nebraska (182-52)
  2. SEC—LSU, Georgia and Auburn (180-52)
  3. ACC—Miami of Florida, Virginia Tech and Boston College (170-58) 
  4. Big 10—Ohio State, Michigan and Iowa (168-58)
  5. WACBoise State, Hawai'i and Fresno State (168-67)
  6.  Pac-10—USC, Oregon and Washington State (158-65)
  7.     Big East—Louisville, West Virginia and South Florida (152-66)
  8. Mountain West—TCU, Utah and BYU (147-72)
  9.  Mid-American—Toledo, Northern Illinois and Bowling Green (144-75)
  1.  Conference USAMarshall, Southern Mississippi and UAB (121-97)

 

 

Top 40 Teams From 2002-2006:

  1. USC 59-6
  2. Boise State 58-7
  3. Texas 55-9
  4. Ohio State 55-9
  5. Oklahoma 55-12
  6. Georgia 53-13
  7. LSU 52-13
  8. TCU 48-13
  9. Auburn 50-14
  10. Miami of Florida 48-14
  11. Louisville 48-15
  12. Michigan 47-16

12.  West Virginia 47-16

  1. Virginia Tech 49-17
  2. Boston College 45-18
  3. Wisconsin 46-19
  4. Florida 45-19
  5. Utah 42-18

19. Iowa 44-19

  1. California 43-20
  2. Northern Illinois 41-20
  3. Tennessee 42-21
  4. Florida State 43-22
  5. Texas Tech 42-22
  6. Maryland 40-22

25. Notre Dame 40-22

27. Hawai'i 43-24

  1. Bowling Green 39-22
  2. Toledo 40-23
  3. Clemson 38-24  

31. Nebraska 39-25

31. Southern Mississippi 38-25

33. Kansas State 38-25

33. Minnesota 38-25

33. Oregon State 38-25

36. South Florida 35-23

  1. Fresno State 39-26
  2. Miami of Ohio 37-25

38. Navy 37-25

      38. Oregon 37-25

 

Top Conference Duos From 2002-2006:

1.    Big 12—Texas and Oklahoma (110-21)

2.    Big 10—Ohio State and Michigan (102-25)

3.    SEC—Georgia and LSU (105-26)

4.    Pac-10—USC and California (102-26)

5.    WACBoise State and Hawai'i (101-31)

6.    ACC—Miami of Florida and Virginia Tech (97-31)  

7.    Big East—Louisville and West Virginia (95-31)

11.     Mountain West—TCU and Utah (90-31)

12.     Mid-American—Northern Illinois and Bowling Green (80-42)

13.     Conference USASouthern Mississippi and Marshall (73-51)

 

 

Top Conference Trios From 2002-2006:

  1. Big 12—Oklahoma, Texas and Texas Tech (152-39)
  2. SECGeorgia, LSU and Auburn (155-40)
  3. Big 10—Ohio State, Michigan and Wisconsin (148-44)
  4. ACC—Miami of Florida, Virginia Tech and Boston College (142-49) 
  5. Pac-10—USC, California and Oregon State (140-51)
  6. WACBoise State, Hawai'i and Fresno State (140-57)
  7.  Big East—Louisville, West Virginia and South Florida (130-54)
  8.  Mountain West—TCU, Utah and New Mexico (124-60)
  9.  Mid-American—Northern Illinois, Bowling Green and Toledo (120-65)
  10.  Conference USASouthern Mississippi, Marshall and Houston (104-82)

 

 

Top 40 Teams From 2003-2006:

  1. USC 48-4
  2. Boise State 46-6
  3. Texas 44-7
  4. LSU 44-8
  5. Louisville 41-9

5.  Ohio State 41-9

  1. Oklahoma 43-10
  2. Auburn 41-10
  3. TCU 38-11
  4. Georgia 40-12
  5. West Virginia 38-12
  6. Utah 37-12
  7. Virginia Tech 39-13
  8. Wisconsin 38-13
  9. Michigan 37-13
  10. Boston College 36-14

16. Miami of Florida 36-14

18. California 36-15

  1. Navy 35-15
  2. Florida 37-16
  3. Tennessee 34-16
  4. Northern Illinois 33-16
  5. Florida State 34-17
  6. Iowa 33-17

24. Texas Tech 33-17

  1. Nebraska 32-18
  2. Clemson 31-18

27. Toledo 31-18

  1. Southern Mississippi 32-19
  2. Hawai'i 33-20
  3. Bowling Green 30-19

31. Notre Dame 30-19

31. Oregon 30-19

34. Maryland 29-19

  1. Miami of Ohio 30-20

35. Minnesota 30-20

35. Oregon State 30-20

38. Fresno State 30-21

38. Georgia Tech 30-21

  1. Purdue 29-21
  1. UCLA 29-21
  2. Arizona State 28-21
  3. Arkansas 28-21
  4. Missouri 28-21
  5. Nevada 28-21
  6. Virginia 28-21
  7. Tulsa 29-22
  8. Penn State 27-21
  9. Pittsburgh 27-21
  10. Rutgers 27-21
  11. South Florida 26-21
  12. New Mexico 27-22
  13. BYU 26-22
  14. South Carolina 26-22
  15. Memphis 26-23
  16. Akron 25-23
  17. Alabama 26-24
  18. Houston 26-24
  19. Marshall 22-24
  20. UTEP 23-26

 

Top Conference Duos From 2003-2006:

1.    Big 12—Texas and Oklahoma (87-17)

2.    Pac-10—USC and California (84-19)

3.    SEC—LSU and Auburn (82-19)4.   

4.    Big East—Louisville and West Virginia (79-21)

5.    Big 10—Ohio State and Wisconsin (79-22)

6.    Mountain West—TCU and Utah (75-23)

7.    WACBoise State and Hawai'i (79-26)

8.    ACC—Virginia Tech and Boston College or Miami of Florida (75-27)  

9.    Mid-American—Northern Illinois and Toledo (64-34)

10.  Conference USASouthern Mississippi and Tulsa (61-41)

 

 

Top Conference Trios From 2003-2006:

1.   SEC—LSU, Auburn and Georgia (122-31)

2.   Big 12—Oklahoma, Texas and Texas Tech (120-34)

  1. Big 10—Ohio State, Wisconsin and Michigan (116-35)
  2. Pac-10—USC, California and Oregon (114-38)
  3. ACC—Virginia Tech, Boston College and Miami of Florida (111-41) 
  4. Big East—Louisville, West Virginia and Pittsburgh or Rutgers (106-42)
  5. WACBoise State, Hawai'i and Fresno State (109-47)
  6. Mountain West—TCU, Utah and New Mexico (102-45)
  7.  Mid-American—Northern Illinois, Toledo and Bowling Green (94-53)
  8.  Conference USASouthern Mississippi, Tulsa and Memphis (87-64)

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