- Chris Low, ESPN Senior Staff Writer
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For the second straight year, only two BCS conferences posted winning records against teams from the other BCS conferences and Notre Dame.
The SEC and Big 12 were the only two over .500.
The SEC was 14-9, which included a 6-3 mark in bowl games. The Big 12 was 9-6, which included a 4-5 record in bowl games.
Of the SEC's nine losses, four came to Big East teams. The Big East really beat up on the SEC in 2012. Until Ole Miss' win over Pittsburgh in the BBVA Compass Bowl, the SEC had gone winless against the Big East.
Here’s the full list:
Big 12: 9-6
Big East: 10-11
Big Ten: 8-14
Here’s a more detailed breakdown of the SEC:
vs. ACC: 6-2
Auburn vs. Clemson L, 19-26
Tennessee vs. N.C. State W, 35-21
Vanderbilt at Wake Forest W, 55-21
South Carolina at Clemson W, 27-17
Florida at Florida State W, 37-26
Georgia Tech at Georgia W, 42-10
LSU vs. Clemson L, 24-25
Vanderbilt vs. N.C. State W, 38-24
vs. Big Ten: 3-2
Alabama vs. Michigan W, 41-14
Vanderbilt at Northwestern L, 13-23
Mississippi State vs. Northwestern L, 20-34
Georgia vs. Nebraska W, 45-31
South Carolina vs. Michigan W, 33-28
vs. Big East: 1-4
Kentucky at Louisville L, 14-32
Rutgers at Arkansas L, 26-35
Syracuse at Missouri L, 27-31
Florida vs. Louisville L, 23-33
Ole Miss vs. Pittsburgh W, 38-17
vs. Pac-12: 2-0
Washington at LSU W, 41-3
Arizona State at Missouri W, 24-20
vs. Big 12: 1-1
Texas at Ole Miss L, 31-66
Texas A&M vs. Oklahoma W, 41-13
vs. Notre Dame: 1-0
Alabama vs. Notre Dame W, 42-14
For the second straight year, only two BCS conferences posted winning records against teams from the other BCS conferences and Notre Dame.The SEC and Big 12 were the only two over .