Michigan with an overall winning percent of .754
The team with the best overall record wins the division. Division records only come into play for determining tiebreakers.
It depends upon the league/sport. In the NFL, for example, the team with the best overall record wins their division. In the event of a tie, the division record acts as the tiebreaker. I believe the best conference record wins the conference in NCAA Football, regardless of overall record. Then there are the league like the NHL, where a team earns 2 points for a win, 1 for a tie or post regulation loss--with the team accumulating the most points winning their division/conference.
By the team's overall win-loss record.
Generally, the division winner with the best overall record plays the wildcard team. However, if the wildcard team and the team with the best overall record come from the same division, then the wildcard team will play the division winner with the second best overall record and the division winner with the best overall record will play the division winner with the worst overall record. ---------- This must not apply to the wildcard round, however, because the Cowboys (NFC East Winner - #3 Seed) and Eagles (wildcard team - #6 Seed) are playing in the wildcard round.
For playoff purposes. The team in a conference with the best overall record is the No. 1. A playoff team with the weakest overall conference record is the No. 6 seed.
finish with the best overall record
I think the answer is UNC Women's Soccer Team
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a division record is the win-loss total within a teams conference/division (sec, acc, big ten, etc.) overall record is the win-loss total for all games a team plays, including those not in their conference/division
No. In a best of 7 series, four games at the home of the team with the best record and three at the other team's home.
Miami Dolphins, Undefeated Season