Incorrect Stats of SEC vs Big10
The SEC leads the Big Ten with a 63-45-2 all-time record.
The SEC has a .582 winning percentage versus the Big Ten.
The real stats are: Big10 vs SEC 94-87-7 Big10 with a 519% against SEC.
You really need to not post if you're not going to post accurate information, turn the blind eyes to reality and stop giving the SEC they hype they really don't deserve.Editor's Note
-- Thanks for the comment Kevin. As explained numerous times on the site -- our numbers are based on historical conference stats. That means our numbers only include games actually played between SEC teams and Big Ten teams. Your numbers do not.
Your numbers (from college football data warehouse) include all match-ups between schools that currently are in the SEC and Big Ten. So, your numbers include games between these schools even before the SEC was formed in 1932. They also include games played by Penn State (for instance) before Penn State joined the Big Ten.
Again, our numbers are based on historical conference affiliation. We think this is the correct way to calculate the All-Time SEC vs Big Ten head to head record.
Certainly there is room for reasonable minds to disagree. Thanks for your comment.