The SEC has won seven straight BCS National Championships. The winner of last year's title, Alabama, is ranked No. 1 in both preseason polls. Four more rivals fill out both the coaches' and Associated Press' top 10s. In other words, that conference from the Southeast is pretty strong. Is it No. 1? And what to make of the leagues affected by the latest round of realignment -- specifically the all-new American Athletic Conference? Click on the logos below to rank the leagues!

College Football Conferences

AAC

AAC

Cincinnati
Connecticut

Houston
Louisville
Memphis
Rutgers
South Florida
Southern Methodist
Temple
UCF

ACC

ACC

Boston College
Clemson
Duke
Florida State
Georgia Tech
Maryland
Miami (Fla.)
North Carolina
North Carolina State

Pittsburgh
Syracuse
Virginia
Virginia Tech
Wake Forest

Big 12

Big 12

Baylor
Iowa State
Kansas
Kansas State
Oklahoma
Oklahoma State
TCU
Texas
Texas Tech
West Virginia

Big Ten

Big Ten

Illinois
Indiana
Iowa
Michigan
Michigan State
Minnesota
Nebraska
Northwestern
Ohio State
Penn State
Purdue
Wisconsin

Conference USA

Conference USA

East Carolina
Florida Atlantic
Florida International
Louisiana Tech
Marshall
Middle Tennessee
North Texas
Rice
Southern Miss
Tulane
Tulsa
UAB
UTEP
UTSA

Mid-American

Mid-American

Akron
Ball State
Bowling Green
Buffalo
Central Michigan
Eastern Michigan
Kent State
Massachusetts
Miami (OH)
Northern Illinois
Ohio
Toledo
Western Michigan

Mountain West

Mountain West

Air Force
Boise State
Colorado State
Fresno State
Hawaii
Nevada
New Mexico
San Diego State
San Jose State
UNLV
Utah State
Wyoming

Pac-12

Pac-12

Arizona
Arizona State
California
Colorado
Oregon
Oregon State
Stanford
UCLA
USC
Utah
Washington
Washington State

SEC

SEC

Alabama
Arkansas
Auburn
Florida
Georgia
Kentucky
LSU
Mississippi State
Missouri
Ole Miss
South Carolina
Tennessee
Texas A&M
Vanderbilt

Sun Belt

Sun Belt

Arkansas State
Georgia State
Louisiana-Lafayette
Louisiana-Monroe
South Alabama
Texas State
Troy
Western Kentucky

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