The biggest conference championship rivalries

BY BERRY TRAMEL, STAFF WRITER Published: November 29, 2010
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Since World War II, the end-of-season rivalries that have staged the most virtual or actual conference championship games:

1. Michigan-Ohio State: 28 in the Big Ten.

2. Southern Cal-UCLA: 20 in the Pac-10 (and its predecessors).

2. (tie) Oklahoma-Nebraska: 20 in the Big 12, Big Eight, Big Seven and Big Six.

4. Texas A&M-Texas: 7, including six in the Southwest Conference and one for the Big 12 South Division title.

5. Alabama-Auburn: 6, including five in the Southeastern Conference and one for the SEC West Division title.


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