Division I NCAA Basketball Inter-Conference Winning Percentages (11/17)


Shayn Roby’s Take: The Big Ten teams edged past the West Coast Conference teams in winning percentage for early inter-conference play.

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Conference                Record            Winning Percentage

1. Big Ten                    (30-2)                     0.938

Undefeated Teams:  Indiana, Iowa, Minnesota, Michigan State, Illinois, Ohio State, Wisconsin, Purdue, Michigan, Nebraska

2. West Coast              (27-3)                    0.900

Undefeated Teams:  Brigham Young, St. Mary’s, San Diego, Loyola Marymount, Pepperdine, Gonzaga, Pacific

3. American Athletic (22-4)                     0.846

Undefeated Teams:  Louisville, Connecticut, South Florida, Houston, Cincinnati, SMU, Memphis

4. Pacific Twelve        (26-5)                   0.839

Undefeated Teams:  Arizona, Arizona State, California, Utah, Oregon, UCLA, Washington State

5.Atlantic Ten             (31-6)                   0.838

Undefeated Teams:  George Washington, Virginia Commonwealth, Saint Louis, Saint Bonaventure, Dayton, George Mason, Massachusetts

6.Big East                  (21-5)                    0.808

Undefeated Teams:  Creighton, Providence, Xavier, Villanova, Butler

7. Big Twelve             (19-5)                   0.792

Undefeated Teams:  Oklahoma State, Oklahoma, Texas, Iowa State, Kansas, Baylor

8. Atlantic Coast        (30-9)                   0.769

Undefeated Teams: Wake Forest, Syracuse, Georgia Tech, Florida State, Pittsburgh, Notre Dame, North Carolina, Clemson

9. Southeastern         (24-8)                  0.750

Undefeated Teams:  Missouri, Texas A&M, Arkansas, Vanderbilt, Mississippi State, Mississippi

10. Conference USA    (30-15)                 0.667

Undefeated Teams:  East Carolina…

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