USC is 56-234 all time vs acc
PAC10 with 15. UCLA (which is in the PAC10 ) has more title then all the conferences expect the ACC. UCLA has 11 titles.
All time record favors the ACC 56-30, after the 2007 challenge. The ACC has won all 9 challenges.
At the end of the 2009 season, the Gamecocks stood at 193-240-22 against the ACC.
yes in the ACC semifinals in a loss to Florida state
Schools from the 6 BCS leagues (ACC, BIG10, BIG12, BIG EAST, PAC10, & SEC) are considered automatic qualifier if they win their conference.
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The ACC is the Atlantic Coast Conference.
The Big Ten(11) has more NC's than the ACC * It depends on who you ask, but a rough idea would be this: counting the AP from 1936 to present, the UPI from 1950 to 1995, and CNN/USA TODAY/ESPN from 1996 to present: Big8/12 - 14, SEC - 14, Big10 - 13, Pac10 - 9, and ACC - 5. This answer is close, but not guaranteed.....just a quick count for a rough idea of conference strengths.
12 (The Big East had 3 in 2009) ACC - 4 Big East - 3 Big10 - 2 Pac10 - 1 Big12 - 1 SEC - 1 2009 - Big East (Pitt, UConn, Louisville) 2006 - Big East (Villanova, UConn) 2005 - ACC (Duke, UNC) 2003 - Big12 (Oklahoma, Texas) 2002 - ACC (Maryland, Duke) 2001 - Big10 (Illinois, Michigan St) 2000 - Pac10 (Stanford, Arizona) 1998 - ACC (UNC, Duke) 1993 - Big10 (Indiana, Michigan) 1985 - Big East (Georgetown, St. John's) 1982 - ACC (UNC, UVA) 1980 - SEC (UK, LSU)