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Andy Wittry | NCAA.com | January 12, 2022

Track which conferences are winning the 2021-2022 bowl season

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There are nearly four dozen 40 FBS bowl games this season, including the College Football Playoff National Championship. NCAA.com is keeping track of every conference's record during bowl season. This article will be updated after each bowl game this season.

Click or tap here for the complete bowl schedule for the 2021-22 season.

Here are the final conference standings.

Conference (Bowl TEAMS) Record winning percentage
American (4) 3-1 .750
ACC (6) 2-4 .333
Big 12 (7) 5-2 .714
Big Ten (10) 6-4 .600
C-USA (8) 3-5 .375
INDependents (4) 2-2 .500
MAC (8) 3-5 .375
Mountain West (6) 5-1 .833
Pac-12 (5) 0-5 .000
SEC (12) 6-8 .429
Sun Belt (4) 3-1 .750

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American Athletic Conference (4)

Record: 3-1

Atlantic Coast Conference (6)

Record: 2-4

Big 12 (7)

Record: 5-2

Big Ten (10)

Record: 6-4

Conference USA (8)

Record: 3-5

Independents (4)

Record: 2-2

Mid-American Conference (8)

Record: 3-5

Mountain West Conference (6)

Record: 5-1

Pac-12 (5)

Record: 0-5

SEC (12)

Record: 6-8

Sun Belt Conference (4)

Record: 3-1

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