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Can you name the Big East schools in order by the number of in-conference regular season victories from 2001-2010?
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Name the Big East schools in order by their number of in-conference regular season wins from 2001-2010. Championship games are NOT included. Wins vacated by the NCAA are not included in the totals.
College Football Blitz: Big 12 Wins 2001-2010
Teams are listed alphabetically where the victory totals are the same.
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Nov 22nd, 2011 at 17:28 GMT
This one is tough, you have to think about who joined the conference late and how many wins they've got against those who left the conference early, and then add to the mix you've got to think about who got kicked out of the conference!
Nov 22nd, 2011 at 18:19 GMT
Its hard to believe that Cincy, Rutgers, & UConn has more wins than SU. I hate Greg Robinson!!
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