With the Big Ten championship game on the line, it’s time to take a look at who has fared the best.
Here’s a look back at the Big 12, Big 12-Pac-12, Big 10, Pac-12-SEC and Big 12 playoff teams and the teams that have played well.1.
Kansas Jayhawks: 9-0 (8-0 Big 12)Big 12 regular season records:Kansas is the only team that has lost all eight of its games in conference play.
The Jayhawks are 8-0 at home this season, but have lost nine of their last 10 games.
The KU offense has averaged 114.7 points per game and has shot 53.9 percent (35-of-62) from 3-point range.
The Wildcats are ranked No. 5 in the AP poll.2.
Kansas St. Wildcats: 5-1 (5-0 SEC)Big 10 regular season record:The Wildcats are 6-1 in their last seven games against SEC opponents, including a five-game win streak against No. 4 Alabama.
They’ve also lost three straight home games against the SEC.
Kansas has scored 100 points or more in eight of 10 games, and the Wildcats have won five straight games at home.
The St. Louis-based Wildcats are averaging 98.0 points per contest and are 12-1 against the league in conference games.3.
Texas Tech Red Raiders: 3-6 (2-6 SEC) Big 12 regular campaign record:Texas Tech is the third team to win a conference championship game since the league was formed in 1954.
The Red Raiders have a 3-7 record in conference action and have lost five of their past six games.
But they have won eight straight games, including four in a row against No.-1 Alabama.
Tech is averaging 107.8 points per team and is 13-2 against the nation in games against top-10 teams.4.
Alabama Crimson Tide: 5 of 19 (2.5%) Big 12 playoffs games played:Alabama is 5-0 in its last six games against ranked opponents, and its last five have been decided by one point or less.
The Tide is averaging 95.6 points per opponent in its past seven games, the longest winning streak since Oklahoma State in 1995-96.
The Crimson Tide have played four straight conference games against a team with a winning record in each of the past four seasons.5.
Texas A&M Aggies: 5 in a half: A&m is 4-1 all-time in SEC play with a 7-1 record against the Aggies, who have won the last three meetings.
The Aggies have won all four of their SEC games this season.
A&ms is averaging 112.4 points per effort and is averaging 104.0 in conference victories.6.
LSU Tigers: 5 wins in a stretch: LSU has been 0-6 all-times in SEC action and is 6-3 in its three-game span in conference home games.
LSU has scored at least 107 points in six of its last seven conference games, which includes five of the last six victories.
The Tigers are averaging 103.0 per game, which ranks third in the SEC, and have won two straight at home over No. 1 Florida State.7.
Kentucky Wildcats: 3 of 11: The Wildcats have been 1-10 all- time against the No. 3 ranked team in the country.
The streak includes a 0-3 record against Kentucky in SEC home games, while the Wildcats are 0-4 in their past five games in SEC games.8.
Missouri Tigers: 4 of 10: Missouri is 6