HERO Sports is counting down the 100 days until the kickoff of the 2018 college football season on Saturday, Aug. 25, with daily trivia. Each day, from May 17 through Aug. 24, we'll publish one college football trivia question.
Several current Power Five programs have gone more than 30 years without winning a conference championship. Some have gone more than 50 years and for one program, it's been more than a century since their last conference title.
Which Power Five program has the longest conference title drought?
It's not Michigan, even though it feels like a century.
It's not a Pac-12 team. In fact, the Pac-12's longest drought is the shortest among all conferences (Arizona, 1993).
It's not Kansas (1968).
But it is a Big 12 team.
Iowa State has never won a Big 12 title, nor did they win a Big 8, Big 7 or Big 6 title. The Cyclones won the 1912 Missouri Valley Championship — then known as the MVIAA for Missouri Valley Intercollegiate Athletic Association. It was their second straight MVIAA title.
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