After a fun two weeks, the college football bowl season has come to an end. After this weekend, there’s only one game remaining, the College Football Playoff National Championship Game featuring No. 3 Ohio State and No. 1 Alabama.

It should be an incredibly fun matchup.

Bowl season is often used to compare the talent and depth of each league, as teams are matched up with similar opponents from other conferences. This postseason produced some interesting results.

Stadium’s Brett McMurphy broke down each conference’s record this postseason, and the Big 12 is the league at the top this year. The conference went 5-0 in postseason games, one of only two leagues to finish with a perfect record. The MAC was 2-0.

The B1G had a solid showing, finishing 3-1 this year. No. 14 Northwestern defeated Auburn in the Citrus Bowl, Wisconsin took down Wake Forest in the Duke’s Mayo Bowl and No. 3 Ohio State beat No. 2 Clemson in the Sugar Bowl. No. 11 Indiana was responsible for the lone loss, falling to Ole Miss in the Outback Bowl.

Here’s a look at how each conference finished this bowl season:

  • Big 12: 5-0 (100%)
  • MAC: 2-0 (100%)
  • Sun Belt: 4-1 (80%)
  • SEC: 6-2 (75%)
  • B1G: 3-1 (75%)
  • Mountain West: 2-1 (66.7%)
  • Independents: 2-1 (66.7%)
  • AAC: 1-5 (16.7%)
  • Pac-12: 0-2 (0%)
  • ACC: 0-6 (0%)
  • C-USA: 0-6 (0%)