Top-10 programs of the last 10 years....

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Ranked by total wins/losses.

1) Alabama 127-12

2) Clemson 121-18

3) Ohio State 112-18,

4) Oklahoma 106-25,

5) Georgia 102-31

6) Louisiana State 97-31

7) Wisconsin 95-35

8) Notre Dame 94-34

9) Oregon 93-34.

10) Oklahoma State 90-38


The Cowboys are in the Top-10 and rank ahead of such programs as Florida State (89-39), Penn State (84-41), Texas A&M (84-43), Michigan State (84-43), Southern Cal (83-41), Washington (81-43), Florida (81-45) and Michigan (80-42).

Any idea that Oklahoma State is not a “marketable” program in the realignment talk is nuts. We will find our home. And we will come out fine.
 

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The last 5 seasons, as well.

https://www.oklahoman.com/story/spo...could-help-conference-realignment/8105543002/

“I think we’re in a great position,” Gundy said. “We’ve been top 10 in the country in the last decade. We’ve got a ton of views across the country.”

Gundy is dead on.

In the past 10 years, OSU is tied for 10th among the 65 Power 5 programs in total victories. The Cowboys have gone 90-38 in the past 10 seasons, tying with Stanford (90-36) in victories.



Here are the nine programs ahead of OSU: Alabama 127-12, Clemson 121-18, Ohio State 112-18, OU 106-25, Georgia 102-31, Louisiana State 97-31, Wisconsin 95-35 Notre Dame 94-34 and Oregon 93-34.

The Cowboys rank ahead of such programs as Florida State (89-39), Penn State (84-41), Texas A&M (84-43), Michigan State (84-43), Southern Cal (83-41), Washington (81-43), Florida (81-45) and Michigan (80-42).

But a decade can be a long time. Let’s whittle it down to five years, and OSU’s past five seasons have not been as fruitful. The Cowboys are 43-20 in the last half-decade. And STILL that ranks tied for 10th among the 65. Washington is 43-15.

The nine ahead of OSU in wins are the usual suspects: Alabama 65-5, Clemson 65-6, Ohio State 56-7, OU 56-10, Georgia 52-14, LSU 47-16, Notre Dame 47-16, Wisconsin 46-16 and Penn State 46-16.

Below OSU is Florida (42-20), Iowa (41-19), Texas A&M (41-21), Auburn (41-23), Michigan (39-19), USC (39-19) and Texas (37-25).

So OSU has made a name for itself, and the Cowboys have a lot to offer in the next wave of realignment and/or television contract talks.
 

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Ranked by total wins/losses.

1) Alabama 127-12

2) Clemson 121-18

3) Ohio State 112-18,

4) Oklahoma 106-25,

5) Georgia 102-31

6) Louisiana State 97-31

7) Wisconsin 95-35

8) Notre Dame 94-34

9) Oregon 93-34.

10) Oklahoma State 90-38


The Cowboys are in the Top-10 and rank ahead of such programs as Florida State (89-39), Penn State (84-41), Texas A&M (84-43), Michigan State (84-43), Southern Cal (83-41), Washington (81-43), Florida (81-45) and Michigan (80-42).

Any idea that Oklahoma State is not a “marketable” program in the realignment talk is nuts. We will find our home. And we will come out fine.
If we had simply won bedlam all those years we’d be in fourth place and they would be in tenth. We would be 100-28 and they would be 96–35. Since we actually won two times in that span I guess we’d be 98-30 and they’d be 98-33.

They are the reason we aren’t higher on that list….
 
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If we had simply won bedlam all those years we’d be in fourth place and they would be in tenth. We would be 100-28 and they would be 96–35. Since we actually won two times in that span I guess we’d be 98-30 and they’d be 98-33.

They are the reason we aren’t higher on that list….
And if we had won every game we'd be 128-0.

Of course if we'd lost every game we'd be 0-128. There's a reason we aren't lower.