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I realize I am a little late on this after the BCS title game was concluded a couple of weeks or so ago, but here is the now updated total on the number of Division 1 National Championships won by various schools throughout history. And remember, college football history goes back a long way, to the 1870s:

 

Yale.........18

Princeton..16

Notre Dame...13

Alabama....10 (includes this last title)

Harvard......8

Michigan.....8

USC..........8

Oklahoma...7

Minnesota...6

Ohio State...5

Miami.........5

Nebraska....5

Pitt............5

Penn........4

Penn St.....4

Texas......4

LSU.........4

Florida.....3

Ga. Tech...3

Michigan St...3

Army......3

California..3

Cornell.....2

Illinois......2

Texas A&M...2

Tennessee...2

Florida St. ...2

Washington...1

Colorado......1

Brigham Young...1

Clemson.....1

Georgia.....1

Syracuse....1

Auburn.......1

UCLA........1

Maryland....1

TCU..........1

Stanford.....1

U. of Chicago...1

Lafayette........1

 

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Are you sure of the accuracy of this list? Because the NCAA recognizes 7 national championships for Ohio State.

 

1942 Paul Brown AP 9-1 6-1 -

1954 Woody Hayes FWAA, UPI, AP 10-0 7-0 Won Rose Bowl

1957 Woody Hayes FWAA, UPI 9-1 6-1 Won Rose Bowl

1961 Woody Hayes NFF, FWAA 8-0-1 6-0 -

1968 Woody Hayes AP, UPI FWAA 10-0 7-0 Won Rose Bowl

1970 Woody Hayes NFF 9-1 7-0 Lost Rose Bowl

2002 Jim Tressel BCS, AP, USA Today/ESPN 14-0 8-0 Won Fiesta Bowl

 

Not sure about other schools.

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Are you sure of the accuracy of this list? Because the NCAA recognizes 7 national championships for Ohio State.

 

1942 Paul Brown AP 9-1 6-1 -

1954 Woody Hayes FWAA, UPI, AP 10-0 7-0 Won Rose Bowl

1957 Woody Hayes FWAA, UPI 9-1 6-1 Won Rose Bowl

1961 Woody Hayes NFF, FWAA 8-0-1 6-0 -

1968 Woody Hayes AP, UPI FWAA 10-0 7-0 Won Rose Bowl

1970 Woody Hayes NFF 9-1 7-0 Lost Rose Bowl

2002 Jim Tressel BCS, AP, USA Today/ESPN 14-0 8-0 Won Fiesta Bowl

 

Not sure about other schools.

 

I don't think the NCAA does any "recognizing" of any National titles in Football. I believe I took my compilation from a Wikipedia source, and I recognized only the main bodies of rankings: AP/UPI/BCS/Coaches Poll...(USA Today).

I do not include the 1970 team. If you lose the Rose Bowl as they did to Stanford I believe there is no way the Buckeyes should have been awarded a National Championship....and none of the major polls did.

Similarly, in 1961, Ohio State was not rated #1 in any of the major polls. (those NFF and FWAA were really minor polls who awarded their titles BEFORE the bowl games were played). In 1961, Ohio State went undefeated but with a tie to TCU....and OSU REFUSED to play in the Rose Bowl game, though they were invited. In the major polls, OSU had been rated only #2 or #3. Alabama, who went undefeated won the Sugar Bowl over Arkansas thereby finshing with an 11-0 record and was declared the National Champ in all the major polls. It might have helped OSU's cause if they had played in the Rose Bowl, but they declined. And since no major poll gives them titles for those two years, neither can I.

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I have a hard time respecting football and all accolades associated with it when the players wore leather helmets.

 

Why on earth would you say that? It was quite possibly a far rougher game then.

Do you have a hard time respecting the soldiers that fought in the Civil War or the Revolutionary War simply because they weren't carrying M-16s or Uzis?

I have a hard time respecting someone who shows no respect for history, and the hardships endured by the people that had to work their way through that history, and that includes something as unimportant as football history.

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Why on earth would you say that? It was quite possibly a far rougher game then.

Do you have a hard time respecting the soldiers that fought in the Civil War or the Revolutionary War simply because they weren't carrying M-16s or Uzis?

I have a hard time respecting someone who shows no respect for history, and the hardships endured by the people that had to work their way through that history, and that includes something as unimportant as football history.

 

 

How can you associate war with a game?

 

I just responded to your post of facts by giving my view that I don't really care much for any accolades or championships won by teams who played football in a fashion that it would make it hard for some people to call the game played back in the day "football."

 

I didn't belittle your post that didn't have a point, so please don't belittle my response.

 

 

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You cant be serious. That was REAL FOOTBALL. Todays game is just a show. You must be a fan of pissburgh.

 

You Got Me! I'm a Steelers fan, posting on a fan board of the Cleveland Browns, making a mockery of the importance of football titles BEFORE THE AUTOMOBILE WAS MASS PRODUCED.

 

 

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Gipper, I understand where you're coming from, but if you're going to take away titles from OSU for reasons such as that, you have to play fair and do it to everyone. The Wiki page I referenced lists several different measuring techniques. . . including all recognized titles, Championship claims by schools, College Football Data Warehouse Natl. Champs, and National Poll championships, and none of them seem to match the list you showed.

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NCAA_Division...laims_by_school

 

 

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You Got Me! I'm a Steelers fan, posting on a fan board of the Cleveland Browns, making a mockery of the importance of football titles BEFORE THE AUTOMOBILE WAS MASS PRODUCED.

 

Correct- we MUUUUSSSSSSTTTTTTT follow Steeler logic. Only National Championships from the BCS Era count. Only counts if you got a Waterford Football.

 

PS I heard somewhere a bunch of Alabama's supposed "National Titles" are bogus- for real.

 

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How can you associate war with a game?

 

I just responded to your post of facts by giving my view that I don't really care much for any accolades or championships won by teams who played football in a fashion that it would make it hard for some people to call the game played back in the day "football."

 

I didn't belittle your post that didn't have a point, so please don't belittle my response.

 

The point is your assumption that is deadass wrong about about people years ago "playing football in a fashion that it would be hard to call it "football". That is an ignorant statement of the primary order, and if you are going to make such an ignorant statement, I am going to call you on it, and belittle that response

Did you really expect to saying something as foolish as that and not be called on it?

 

The analogy to war was simple: the game is the same basic game even if the technology is now advanced. (Here is where I go Samuel Jackson on you) If you are hit between the eyes by an M-16 shot or hit between the eyes by a musketball, the end result is the same: you are still dead as f***ing fried chicken. If you are tackled by a guy wearing a leather helmet vs. a guy wearing a fiberglass helmet, your ass is still on the ground. In fact you might be quite a bit sorer because you didn't have all the protective gear they have today. So to "have no respect" for the people that played the game back then is totally absurd.

 

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Gipper, I understand where you're coming from, but if you're going to take away titles from OSU for reasons such as that, you have to play fair and do it to everyone. The Wiki page I referenced lists several different measuring techniques. . . including all recognized titles, Championship claims by schools, College Football Data Warehouse Natl. Champs, and National Poll championships, and none of them seem to match the list you showed.

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NCAA_Division...laims_by_school

 

Well, of course, you may be right. It was difficult in the era of so many different polls awarding so many different championships. I mean, even a few years ago you had a championship awarded by the BCS to LSU, and the same year the AP named USC.

I still think though that a school cannot really claim a championship which was awarded to them after the regular season, but then they end up losing their bowl game.

(and you may all be right....I only did this analysis with OSU because I am an OSU fan, and am trying to be righteous and not claim something that they do not deserve. Many of the other schools titles may well have the same legitimacy issues that those two that are given to OSU have.)

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The Gipper, or any of you other guys who think football was legit before the 20's, you are off your rocker.

 

Here's the 1888 Yale schedule.

 

 

vs Wesleyan

76 - 0 W Sep 29, 1888

 

vs Rutgers

65 - 0 W Oct 6, 1888

 

at Pennsylvania

34 - 0 W Oct 13, 1888

 

at Wesleyan

46 - 0 W Oct 16, 1888

 

at Amherst

39 - 0 W Oct 19, 1888

 

at Williams

30 - 0 W Oct 20, 1888

 

vs MIT

68 - 0 W Oct 24, 1888

 

Stevens Tech

69 - 0 W Oct 27, 1888

 

vs Pennsylvania

54 - 0 W Nov 3, 1888

 

at Crescent AC

28 - 0 W Nov 6, 1888

 

vs Amherst

70 - 0 W Nov 10, 1888

 

vs Wesleyan

105 - 0 W Nov 17, 1888

 

vs Princeton

10 - 0 W Nov 24, 1888

 

 

I'm pretty sure they were the only ones who knew how to play the game. Sure, they won a National Title, but the game of football was A JOKE back in the day. Christ, how do you win a game 105-0?

 

Get real.

 

Oh, and The Gipper, if you think football was credible way back then, do you mind telling me Princeton and Yale's record record from 1872. They were both National Champions, mind you.

 

 

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The Gipper, or any of you other guys who think football was legit before the 20's, you are off your rocker.

 

Here's the 1888 Yale schedule.

 

 

vs Wesleyan

76 - 0 W Sep 29, 1888

 

vs Rutgers

65 - 0 W Oct 6, 1888

 

at Pennsylvania

34 - 0 W Oct 13, 1888

 

at Wesleyan

46 - 0 W Oct 16, 1888

 

at Amherst

39 - 0 W Oct 19, 1888

 

at Williams

30 - 0 W Oct 20, 1888

 

vs MIT

68 - 0 W Oct 24, 1888

 

Stevens Tech

69 - 0 W Oct 27, 1888

 

vs Pennsylvania

54 - 0 W Nov 3, 1888

 

at Crescent AC

28 - 0 W Nov 6, 1888

 

vs Amherst

70 - 0 W Nov 10, 1888

 

vs Wesleyan

105 - 0 W Nov 17, 1888

 

vs Princeton

10 - 0 W Nov 24, 1888

 

 

I'm pretty sure they were the only ones who knew how to play the game. Sure, they won a National Title, but the game of football was A JOKE back in the day. Christ, how do you win a game 105-0?

 

Get real.

 

Oh, and The Gipper, if you think football was credible way back then, do you mind telling me Princeton and Yale's record record from 1872. They were both National Champions, mind you.

 

The answer is simple: You play be the rules that are in place at the time. You just have to deal with the way things were then. You cannot judge them by today's standards. I mean, years from now some people may look back and say "what a joke football was back in the era around 2010" when they didn't decide college football's champion through a legitimate 16 team playoff tournament. How can any champion be considered legitimate who didn't go through the playoff process" Well, the fact is, right here, right now, we do NOT decide our college football champs through a playoff. But the championships awarded now are the way we do it. Just like those guys did it the way they did it back then.

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The answer is simple: You play be the rules that are in place at the time. You just have to deal with the way things were then. You cannot judge them by today's standards. I mean, years from now some people may look back and say "what a joke football was back in the era around 2010" when they didn't decide college football's champion through a legitimate 16 team playoff tournament. How can any champion be considered legitimate who didn't go through the playoff process" Well, the fact is, right here, right now, we do NOT decide our college football champs through a playoff. But the championships awarded now are the way we do it. Just like those guys did it the way they did it back then.

 

 

Thanks for side stepping my question.

 

In 1872, a year in which one poster considered this "REAL FOOTBALL," two National Champions were recognized.

 

You know what their records were?

 

1 Win

0 Losses

 

That's why my original response was:

 

I have a hard time respecting football and all accolades associated with it when the players wore leather helmets.

 

I don't get how some of you clowns can jump down my back for me considering a sport that awarded a one win team a NATIONAL TITLE was a huge joke.

 

 

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Thanks for side stepping my question.

 

In 1872, a year in which one poster considered this "REAL FOOTBALL," two National Champions were recognized.

 

You know what their records were?

 

1 Win

0 Losses

 

That's why my original response was:

 

 

 

I don't get how some of you clowns can jump down my back for me considering a sport that awarded a one win team a NATIONAL TITLE was a huge joke.

 

You are free to try to break it down any way you want. I didn't do the compilation, I only reported it. As a generous person of eleomosynary character I generally come down on the side of exclusion. If you want to go KKK on the list that is up to you. I already got heat for not recognizing some OSU titles that some obscure organization had granted them.

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Season Champion(s) Record Coach Selector(s)

1869 Princeton 1-1 BR, NCF, PD

Rutgers 1-1 PD

1870 Princeton 1-0 BR, NCF, PD

1871 None

(no games) N/A N/A

1872 Princeton 1-0 BR, NCF, PD

Yale 1-0 PD

1873 Princeton 1-0 BR, NCF, PD

1874 Harvard 2-1-1 PD

Princeton 2-0 BR, PD

Yale 3-0 NCF, PD

1875 Columbia 3-1-1 PD

Harvard 4-0 NCF, PD

Princeton 2-0 BR, PD

1876 Yale 3-0 BR, NCF, PD

1877 Princeton 2-0-1 BR, PD

Yale 3-0-1 NCF, PD

1878 Princeton 6-0 BR, NCF, PD

1879 Princeton 4-0-1 BR, NCF, PD

Yale 3-0-2 PD

1880 Princeton 4-0-1 NCF, PD

Yale 4-0-1 BR, NCF, PD

1881 Princeton 7-0-2 BR, PD

Yale 5-0-1 NCF, PD

1882 Yale 8-0 BR, NCF, PD

1883 Yale 9-0 BR, HAF, NCF, PD

1884 Princeton 9-0-1 BR, PD

Yale 8-0-1 HAF, NCF, PD

1885 Princeton 9-0 BR, HAF, HS, NCF, PD

1886 Princeton 7-0-1 BR, PD

Yale 9-0-1 HAF, NCF, PD

1887 Yale 9-0 BR, HAF, HS, NCF, PD

1888 Yale 13-0 Walter Camp BR, HAF, HS, NCF, PD

1889 Princeton 10-0 BR, HAF, HS, NCF, PD

1890 Harvard 11-0 George Adams, George Stewart BR, HAF, HS, NCF, PD

1891 Yale 13-0 Walter Camp BR, HAF, HS, NCF, PD

1892 Yale 13-0 Walter Camp BR, HAF, HS, NCF, PD

1893 Princeton 11-0 BR, HAF, HS, NCF

Yale 10-1 William Rhodes PD

1894 Pennsylvania 12-0 George Washington Woodruff PD

Princeton 8-2 HS

Yale 16-0 William Rhodes BR, HAF, NCF, PD

1895 Pennsylvania 14-0 George Washington Woodruff BR, HAF, HS, NCF, PD

Yale 13-0-2 John Hartwell PD

1896 Lafayette 11-0-1 Parke H. Davis NCF, PD

Princeton 10-0-1 BR, HAF, HS, NCF, PD

1897 Pennsylvania 15-0 George Washington Woodruff BR, HAF, HS, NCF, PD

Yale 9-0-2 Frank Butterworth PD

1898 Harvard 11-0 William Forbes BR, HAF, HS, NCF

Princeton 11-0-1 PD

1899 Harvard 10-0-1 Benjamin Dibblee HAF, HS, NCF

Princeton 12-1 BR, PD

1900 Yale 12-0 Malcolm McBride BR, HAF, HS, NCF, PD

1901 Harvard 12-0 William Reid BR

Michigan 11-0 Fielding Yost HAF, HS, NCF

Yale 11-1-1 George Stillman PD

1902 Michigan 11-0 Fielding Yost BR, HAF, HS, NCF, PD

Yale 11-0-1 Joseph Swan PD

1903 Michigan 11-0-1 Fielding Yost NCF

Princeton 11-0 Arthur Hillenbrand BR, HAF, HS, NCF, PD

1904 Michigan 10-0 Fielding Yost NCF

Minnesota 13-0 Henry Williams BR

Pennsylvania 12-0 Carl Williams HAF, HS, NCF, PD

1905 Chicago 10-0 Amos Alonzo Stagg BR, HAF, HS, NCF

Yale 10-0 John Owsley CW, PD

1906 Princeton 9-0-1 William Roper HAF, NCF

Yale 9-0-1 Foster Rockwell BR, CW, PD

1907 Yale 9-0-1 William Knox BR, CW, HAF, HS, NCF, PD

1908 Harvard 9-0-1 Percy Haughton BR

LSU 10-0 Edgar Wingard NCF

Pennsylvania 11-0-1 Sol Metzger HAF, HS, NCF, PD

1909 Yale 10-0 Howard Jones BR, HAF, HS, NCF, PD

1910 Harvard 8-0-1 Percy Haughton BR, HAF, HS, NCF

Pittsburgh 9-0 Joseph Thompson NCF

1911 Penn State 8-0-1 Bill Hollenback NCF

Princeton 8-0-2 William Roper BR, HAF, HS, NCF, PD

1912 Harvard 9-0 Percy Haughton BR, HAF, HS, NCF, PD

Penn State 8-0 Bill Hollenback NCF

1913 Auburn 8-0 Mike Donahue BR

Chicago 7-0 Amos Alonzo Stagg PD

Harvard 9-0 Percy Haughton HAF, HS, NCF, PD

1914 Army 9-0 Charles Daly HAF, HS, NCF, PD

Illinois 7-0 Robert Zuppke PD

Texas 8-0 Dave Allerdice BR

1915 Cornell 9-0 Albert Sharpe HAF, HS, NCF, PD

Oklahoma 10-0 Bennie Owen BR

Pittsburgh 8-0 Glenn Warner PD

1916 Army 9-0 Charles Daly PD

Pittsburgh 8-0 Glenn Warner BR, HAF, HS, NCF, PD

1917 Georgia Tech 9-0 John Heisman BR, HAF, HS, NCF

1918 Michigan 5-0 Fielding Yost BR, NCF

Pittsburgh 4-1 Glenn Warner HAF, HS, NCF

1919 Centre 9-0 Charley Moran SR

Harvard 9-0-1 Robert Fisher CFRA, HAF, HS, NCF, PD

Illinois 6-1 Robert Zuppke BS, CFRA, PD, SR

Notre Dame 9-0 Knute Rockne NCF, PD

Texas A&M 10-0 Dana Bible BR, NCF

1920 California 9-0 Andy Smith CFRA, HAF, HS, NCF, SR

Harvard 8-0-1 Robert Fisher BS

Notre Dame 9-0 Knute Rockne BR, PD

Princeton 6-0-1 William Roper BS, PD

1921 California 9-0-1 Andy Smith BR, BS, CFRA, SR

Cornell 8-0 Gil Dobie HAF, HS, NCF, PD

Iowa 7-0 Howard Jones PD

Lafayette 9-0 Jock Sutherland BS, PD

W&J 10-0-1 Robert Murphy BS

1922 California 9-0 Andy Smith BR, HS, NCF, SR

Cornell 8-0 Gil Dobie HAF, PD

Princeton 8-0 William Roper BS, CFRA, NCF, PD, SR

1923 California 9-0-1 Andy Smith HS

Cornell 8-0 Gil Dobie SR

Illinois 8-0 Robert Zuppke BS, CFRA, HAF, NCF, PD, SR

Michigan 8-0 Fielding Yost BR, NCF

1924 Notre Dame 10-0 Knute Rockne BR, BS, CFRA, DiS, HAF, HS, NCF, PS, SR

Pennsylvania 9-1-1 Louis Young PD

1925 Alabama 10-0 Wallace Wade BR, BS, CFRA, HAF, HS, NCF, PS, SR

Dartmouth 8-0 Jesse Hawley DiS, PD

Michigan 7-1 Fielding Yost SR

1926 Alabama 9-0-1 Wallace Wade BR, CFRA, HAF, NCF, PS

Lafayette 9-0 George McCracken PD

Michigan 7-1 Fielding Yost SR

Navy 9-0-1 Bill Ingram BS, HS

Stanford 10-0-1 Glenn Warner DiS, HAF, NCF, SR

1927 Georgia 9-1 George Cecil Woodruff BS, PS

Illinois 7-0-1 Robert Zuppke BR, DiS, HAF, NCF, PD

Notre Dame 7-1-1 Knute Rockne HS

Texas A&M 8-0-1 Dana Bible SR

Yale 7-1 Thomas Jones CFRA

1928 Detroit 9-0 Gus Dorais PD

Georgia Tech 10-0 William Alexander BR, BS, CFRA, HAF, HS, NCF, PD, PS, SR

USC 9-0-1 Howard Jones DiS, SR

1929 Notre Dame 9-0 Knute Rockne BR, BS, CFRA, DiS, DuS, HAF, NCF, PS, SR

Pittsburgh 9-1 Jock Sutherland PD

USC 10-2 Howard Jones HS, SR

1930 Alabama 10-0 Wallace Wade CFRA, PD, SR

Notre Dame 10-0 Knute Rockne BR, BS, DiS, DuS, HAF, HS, NCF, PD, PS

1931 Pittsburgh 8-1 Jock Sutherland PD

Purdue 9-1 Noble Kizer PD

USC 10-1 Howard Jones BR, BS, CFRA, DiS, DuS, HAF, HS, NCF, PS, SR, WS

1932 Colgate 9-0 Andrew Kerr PD

Michigan 8-0 Harry Kipke DiS, PD, SR

USC 10-0 Howard Jones BR, BS, CFRA, DuS, HAF, HS, NCF, PD, PS, SR, WS

1933 Michigan 7-0-1 Harry Kipke BR, BS, CFRA, DiS, HAF, HS, NCF, PD, PS, SR

Ohio State 7-1 Sam Willaman DuS

Princeton 9-0 Fritz Crisler PD

USC 10-1-1 Howard Jones WS

1934 Alabama 10-0 Frank Thomas DuS, HS, PS, WS

Minnesota 8-0 Bernie Bierman BR, BS, CFRA, DiS, HAF, L, NCF, SR

1935 LSU 9-2 Bernie Moore WS

Minnesota 8-0 Bernie Bierman BR, BS, CFRA, HAF, L, NCF, PS

Princeton 9-0 Fritz Crisler DuS

SMU 12-1 Matty Bell DiS, HS, SR

TCU 12-1 Dutch Meyer WS

1936 LSU 9-1-1 Bernie Moore SR, WS

Minnesota 7-1 Bernie Bierman AP, BR, DiS, DuS, HAF, L, NCF, PS

Pittsburgh 8-1-1 Jock Sutherland BS, CFRA, HS

1937 California 10-0-1 Leonard Allison DuS, HAF

Pittsburgh 9-0-1 Jock Sutherland AP, BR, BS, CFRA, DiS, HS, L, NCF, PS, SR, WS

1938 Notre Dame 8-1 Elmer Layden DiS

TCU 11-0 Dutch Meyer AP, HAF, NCF, WS

Tennessee 11-0 Robert Neyland BR, BS, CFRA, DuS, HS, L, PS, SR

1939 Cornell 8-0 Carl Snavely L, SR

Texas A&M 11-0 Homer Norton AP, BR, BS, CFRA, DeS, DuS, HAF, HS, NCF, PS, SR, WS

USC 8-0-2 Howard Jones DiS

1940 Minnesota 8-0 Bernie Bierman AP, B(QPRS), BS, CFRA, DeS, DiS, HS, L, NCF, SR

Stanford 10-0 Clark Shaughnessy BR, HAF, PS

Tennessee 10-1 Robert Neyland DuS, WS

1941 Alabama 9-2 Frank Thomas HS

Minnesota 8-0 Bernie Bierman AP, BR, BS, CFRA, DeS, DuS, HAF, L, NCF, PS, SR

Texas 8-1-1 Dana Bible B(QPRS), WS

1942 Georgia 11-1 Wally Butts B(QPRS), BR, DeS, HS, L, PS, SR, WS

Ohio State 9-1 Paul Brown AP, BS, DuS, CFRA, NCF

Wisconsin 8-1-1 Harry Stuhldreher HAF

1943 Notre Dame 9-1 Frank Leahy AP, B(QPRS), BR, BS, CFRA, DeS, DuS, HAF, HS, L, NCF, PS, SR, WS

1944 Army 9-0 Earl Blaik AP, B(QPRS), BR, BS, CFRA, DeS, DuS, HAF, HS, L, NCF, PS, SR, WS

Ohio State 9-0 Carroll Widdoes NCF, SR

1945 Alabama 10-0 Frank Thomas NCF

Army 9-0 Earl Blaik AP, B(QPRS), BR, BS, CFRA, DeS, DuS, HAF, HS, L, NCF, PS, SR, WS

1946 Army 9-0-1 Earl Blaik BR, BS, CFRA, HAF, HS, PS

Georgia 11-0 Wally Butts WS

Notre Dame 8-0-1 Frank Leahy AP, B(QPRS), BS, DeS, DuS, HAF, L, NCF, PS, SR

1947 Michigan 10-0 Fritz Crisler B(QPRS), BR, BS, CFRA, DeS, DuS, HAF, HS, L, NCF, PS, SR

Notre Dame 9-0 Frank Leahy AP, HAF, WS

1948 Michigan 9-0 Bennie Oosterbaan AP, B(QPRS), BR, BS, CFRA, DeS, DuS, HAF, HS, L, NCF, PS, SR, WS

1949 Notre Dame 10-0 Frank Leahy AP, B(QPRS), BR, BS, DeS, DuS, HAF, HS, L, NCF, PS, SR, WS

Oklahoma 11-0 Bud Wilkinson CFRA

1950 Kentucky 11-1 Bear Bryant SR

Oklahoma 10-1 Bud Wilkinson AP, B(QPRS), HAF, L, UPI, WS

Princeton 9-0 Charley Caldwell BS, PS

Tennessee 11-1 Robert Neyland BR, CFRA, DeS, DuS, NCF, SR

1951 Georgia Tech 11-0-1 Bobby Dodd B(QPRS), BS

Illinois 9-0-1 Ray Eliot BS

Maryland 10-0 Jim Tatum CFRA, DeS, DuS, NCF, SR

Michigan State 9-0 Biggie Munn BR, HAF, PS

Tennessee 10-1 Robert Neyland AP, L, UPI, WS

1952 Georgia Tech 12-0 Bobby Dodd B(QPRS), BR, INS, PS, SR

Michigan State 9-0 Biggie Munn AP, BS, CFRA, DeS, DuS, HAF, L, NCF, SR, UPI, WS

1953 Maryland 10-1 Jim Tatum AP, INS, UPI

Notre Dame 9-0-1 Frank Leahy BR, BS, DeS, DuS, HAF, L, NCF, PS, SR, WS

Oklahoma 9-1-1 Bud Wilkinson B(QPRS), CFRA

1954 Ohio State 10-0 Woody Hayes AP, B(QPRS), BR, BS, CFRA, DeS, HAF, INS, NCF, PS, SR, WS

UCLA 9-0 Henry Sanders CFRA, DuS, FWAA, HAF, L, NCF, UPI

1955 Michigan State 9-1 Duffy Daugherty BS

Oklahoma 11-0 Bud Wilkinson AP, B(QPRS), BR, CFRA, DeS, DuS, FWAA, HAF, INS, L, NCF, PS, SR, UPI, WS

1956 Georgia Tech 10-1 Bobby Dodd B(QPRS), SR

Iowa 9-1 Forest Evashevski CFRA

Oklahoma 10-0 Bud Wilkinson AP, BR, BS, DeS, DuS, FWAA, HAF, INS, L, NCF, SR, UPI, WS

Tennessee 10-1 Bowden Wyatt SR

1957 Auburn 10-0 Ralph Jordan AP, BR, CFRA, HAF, NCF, PS, SR, WS

Michigan State 8-1 Duffy Daugherty DuS

Ohio State 9-1 Woody Hayes BS, DeS, FWAA, INS, L, UPI

Oklahoma 10-1 Bud Wilkinson B(QPRS)

1958 Iowa 8-1-1 Forest Evashevski FWAA

LSU 11-0 Paul Dietzel AP, B(QPRS), BR, BS, CFRA, DeS, DuS, FN, HAF, L, NCF, PS, SR, UPI, WS

1959 Ole Miss 10-1 Johnny Vaught B(QPRS), DuS, SR

Syracuse 11-0 Ben Schwartzwalder AP, BR, BS, CFRA, DeS, FN, FWAA, HAF, L, NCF, NFF, PS, SR, UPI, WS

1960 Iowa 8-1 Forest Evashevski B(QPRS), BS, L, SR

Minnesota 8-2 Murray Warmath AP, FN, NFF, UPI

Ole Miss 10-0-1 Johnny Vaught BR, CFRA, DeS, DuS, FWAA, NCF, WS

Missouri 10-1 Dan Devine PS

Washington 10-1 Jim Owens HAF

1961 Alabama 11-0 Bear Bryant AP, B(QPRS), BR, CFRA, DeS, DuS, FN, HAF, L, NCF, NFF, SR, UPI, WS

Ohio State 8-0-1 Woody Hayes FWAA, PS

1962 LSU 9-1-1 Charles McClendon B(QPRS)

Ole Miss 10-0 Johnny Vaught BR, L, SR

USC 11-0 John McKay AP, B(QPRS), CFRA, DeS, DuS, FN, FWAA, HAF, NCF, NFF, PS, UPI, WS

1963 Texas 11-0 Darrell Royal AP, B(QPRS), BR, CFRA, DeS, DuS, FN, FWAA, HAF, L, NCF, NFF, PS, SR, UPI, WS

1964 Alabama 10-1 Bear Bryant AP, B(QPRS), L, UPI

Arkansas 11-0 Frank Broyles BR, CFRA, FWAA, HAF, NCF, PS, SR

Michigan 9-1 Bump Elliott DuS

Notre Dame 9-1 Ara Parseghian DeS, FN, NFF

1965 Alabama 9-1-1 Bear Bryant AP, CFRA, FWAA, NCF

Michigan State 10-1 Duffy Daugherty B(QPRS), BR, DeS, DuS, FN, FWAA, HAF, L, NFF, PS, SR, UPI

1966 Alabama 11-0 Bear Bryant B(QPRS), SR

Michigan State 9-0-1 Duffy Daugherty CFRA, HAF, NFF, PS

Notre Dame 9-0-1 Ara Parseghian AP, BR, DeS, DuS, FN, FWAA, HAF, L, MGR, NCF, NFF, PS, SR, UPI

1967 Notre Dame 8-2 Ara Parseghian DuS

Oklahoma 10-1 Chuck Fairbanks PS

Tennessee 9-2 Doug Dickey L

USC 10-1 John McKay AP, B(QPRS), BR, CFRA, DeS, FN, FWAA, HAF, MGR, NCF, NFF, SR, UPI

1968 Georgia 8-1-2 Vince Dooley L

Ohio State 10-0 Woody Hayes AP, B(QPRS), BR, CFRA, DuS, FN, FWAA, HAF, NCF, NFF, PS, R(FACT), SR, UPI

Texas 9-1-1 Darrell Royal DeS, MGR, SR

1969 Ohio State 8-1 Woody Hayes MGR

Penn State 11-0 Joe Paterno R(FACT), SR

Texas 11-0 Darrell Royal AP, B(QPRS), BR, CFRA, DeS, DuS, FN, FWAA, HAF, L, NCF, NFF, PS, R(FACT), SR, UPI

1970 Arizona State 11-0 Frank Kush PS

Nebraska 11-0-1 Bob Devaney AP, BR, CFRA, DeS, DuS, FN, FWAA, HAF, NCF, R(FACT), SR

Notre Dame 10-1 Ara Parseghian MGR, R(FACT), SR

Ohio State 9-1 Woody Hayes NFF

Texas 10-1 Darrell Royal B(QPRS), L, NFF, R(FACT), UPI

1971 Nebraska 13-0 Bob Devaney AP, B(QPRS), BR, CFRA, DeS, DuS, FN, FWAA, HAF, L, MGR, NCF, NFF, PS, R(FACT), SR, UPI

1972 USC 12-0 John McKay AP, B(QPRS), BR, CFRA, DeS, DuS, FN, FWAA, HAF, L, MGR, NCF, NFF, PS, R(FACT), SR, UPI

1973 Alabama 11-1 Bear Bryant B(QPRS), UPI

Michigan 10-0-1 Bo Schembechler NCF, PS

Notre Dame 11-0 Ara Parseghian AP, BR, FN, FWAA, HAF, NCF, NFF

Ohio State 10-0-1 Woody Hayes NCF, PS, R(FACT), SR

Oklahoma 10-0-1 Barry Switzer CFRA, DeS, DuS, SR

1974 Ohio State 10-2 Woody Hayes MGR

Oklahoma 11-0 Barry Switzer AP, B(QPRS), BR, CFRA, DeS, DuS, FN, HAF, L, NCF, PS, R(FACT), SR

USC 10-1-1 John McKay FWAA, HAF, NCF, NFF, UPI

1975 Alabama 11-1 Bear Bryant MGR

Arizona State 12-0 Frank Kush NCF, SN

Ohio State 11-1 Woody Hayes B(QPRS), HAF, MGR, PS, R(FACT)

Oklahoma 11-1 Barry Switzer AP, BR, CFRA, DeS, DuS, FN, FWAA, HAF, NCF, NFF, R(FACT), SR, UPI

1976 Pittsburgh 12-0 Johnny Majors AP, FN, FWAA, HAF, NCF, NFF, PS, R(FACT), SN, SR, UPI

USC 11-1 John Robinson B(QPRS), BR, CFRA, DeS, DuS, MGR

1977 Alabama 11-1 Bear Bryant CFRA

Arkansas 11-1 Lou Holtz R(FACT)

Notre Dame 11-1 Dan Devine AP, BR, CFRA, DeS, DuS, FN, FWAA, HAF, MGR, NCF, NFF, PS, R(FACT), SN, SR, UPI

Texas 11-1 Fred Akers B(QPRS), R(FACT), SR

1978 Alabama 11-1 Bear Bryant AP, CFRA, FWAA, HAF, NCF, NFF, R(FACT)

Oklahoma 11-1 Barry Switzer DeS, DuS, HAF, L, MGR, PS, R(FACT), SR

USC 12-1 John Robinson B(QPRS), BR, FN, HAF, NCF, R(FACT), SN, SR, UPI

1979 Alabama 12-0 Bear Bryant AP, B(QPRS), BR, DeS, DuS, FN, FWAA, HAF, MGR, NCF, NFF, NYT, PS, R(FACT), SN, SR, UPI

USC 11-0-1 John Robinson CFRA

1980 Florida State 10-2 Bobby Bowden R(FACT)

Georgia 12-0 Vince Dooley AP, B(QPRS), BR, FN, FWAA, HAF, NCF, NFF, PS, R(FACT), SN, SR, UPI

Nebraska 10-2 Tom Osborne R(FACT)

Oklahoma 10-2 Barry Switzer DuS, MGR

Pittsburgh 11-1 Jackie Sherrill CFRA, DeS, NYT, R(FACT), SR

1981 Clemson 12-0 Danny Ford AP, B(QPRS), BR, CFRA, DeS, FN, FWAA, HAF, L, MGR, NCF, NFF, NYT, PS, R(FACT), SN, SR, UPI

Nebraska 9-3 Tom Osborne NCF

Penn State 10-2 Joe Paterno DuS

Pittsburgh 11-1 Jackie Sherrill NCF

SMU 10-1 Ron Meyer NCF

Texas 10-1-1 Fred Akers NCF

1982 Nebraska 12-1 Tom Osborne B(QPRS)

Penn State 11-1 Joe Paterno AP, BR, CFRA, DeS, DuS, FN, FWAA, HAF, L, MGR, NCF, NFF, NYT, PS, R(FACT), SN, SR, UPI, USAT/CNN

SMU 11-0-1 Bobby Collins HAF

1983 Auburn 11-1 Pat Dye BR, CFRA, NYT, R(FACT), SR

Miami 11-1 Howard Schnellenberger AP, DuS, FN, FWAA, NCF, NFF, SN, UPI, USAT/CNN

Nebraska 12-1 Tom Osborne B(QPRS), DeS, L, MGR, PS, R(FACT), SR

1984 BYU 13-0 LaVell Edwards AP, BR, CFRA, FWAA, NCF, NFF, PS, SR, UPI, USAT/CNN

Florida 9-1-1 Galen Hall DeS, DuS, MGR, NYT, R(FACT), SN, SR

Nebraska 10-2 Tom Osborne L

Washington 11-1 Don James B(QPRS), FN, NCF

1985 Florida 9-1-1 Galen Hall SR

Michigan 10-1-1 Bo Schembechler MGR

Oklahoma 11-1 Barry Switzer AP, B(QPRS), BR, CFRA, DeS, DuS, FN, FWAA, NCF, NFF, NYT, R(FACT), SN, UPI, USAT/CNN

1986 Miami 11-1 Jimmy Johnson R(FACT)

Oklahoma 11-1 Barry Switzer B(QPRS), CFRA, DeS, DuS, NYT, SR

Penn State 12-0 Joe Paterno AP, BR, FN, FWAA, MGR, NCF, NFF, R(FACT), SN, SR, UPI, USAT/CNN

1987 Florida State 11-1 Bobby Bowden B(QPRS)

Miami 12-0 Jimmy Johnson AP, BR, CFRA, DeS, DuS, ERS, FN, FWAA, MGR, NCF, NFF, NYT, R(FACT), SN, SR, UPI, USAT/CNN

1988 Miami 11-1 Jimmy Johnson B(QPRS)

Notre Dame 12-0 Lou Holtz AP, BR, CFRA, DeS, DuS, ERS, FN, FWAA, MGR, NCF, NFF, NYT, R(FACT), SN, SR, UPI, USAT/CNN

1989 Miami 11-1 Dennis Erickson AP, BR, CFRA, DeS, DuS, FN, FWAA, MGR, NCF, NFF, NYT, R(FACT), SN, UPI, USAT/CNN

Notre Dame 12-1 Lou Holtz B(QPRS), ERS, R(FACT), SR

1990 Colorado 11-1-1 Bill McCartney AP, B(QPRS), BR, CFRA, DeS, FN, FWAA, MGR, NCF, NFF, R(FACT), SN, USAT/CNN

Georgia Tech 11-0-1 Bobby Ross DuS, NCF, R(FACT), SR, UPI

Miami 10-2 Dennis Erickson ERS, NYT, R(FACT), SR

Washington 10-2 Don James R(FACT)

1991 Miami 12-0 Dennis Erickson AP, BR, CFRA, ERS, NCF, NYT, SN, SR

Washington 12-0 Don James B(QPRS), DeS, DuS, FN, FWAA, MGR, NCF, R(FACT), SR, UPI/NFF, USAT/CNN

1992 Alabama 13-0 Gene Stallings AP, B(QPRS), BR, CFRA, DeS, DuS, ERS, FN, FWAA, MGR, NCF, NYT, R(FACT), SN, SR, UPI/NFF, USAT/CNN

Florida State 11-1 Bobby Bowden SR

1993 Auburn 11-0 Terry Bowden NCF

Florida State 12-1 Bobby Bowden AP, B(QPRS), BR, CCR, DeS, DuS, ERS, FN, FWAA, NCF, NYT, R(FACT), SN, SR, UPI, USAT/CNN, USAT/NFF

Nebraska 11-1 Tom Osborne NCF

Notre Dame 11-1 Lou Holtz MGR, NCF

1994 Florida State 10-1-1 Bobby Bowden DuS

Nebraska 13-0 Tom Osborne AP, AS, B(QPRS), BR, FN, FWAA, NCF, R(FACT), SN, SR, UPI, USAT/CNN, USAT/NFF

Penn State 12-0 Joe Paterno CCR, DeS, ERS, MGR, NCF, NYT, R(FACT), SR

1995 Nebraska 12-0 Tom Osborne AP, AS, B(QPRS), BR, CCR, DeS, DuS, ERS, FN, FWAA, MGR, NCF, NFF, NYT, R(FACT), SN, SR, UPI, USAT/CNN

1996 Florida 12-1 Steve Spurrier AP, B(QPRS), BR, CCR, DeS, DuS, ERS, FN, FWAA, MGR, NCF, NFF, NYT, R(FACT), SN, SR, USAT/CNN

Florida State 11-1 Bobby Bowden AS

1997 Michigan 12-0 Lloyd Carr AP, FN, FWAA, NCF, NFF, SN

Nebraska 13-0 Tom Osborne A&H, AS, B(QPRS), BR, CCR, DeS, DuS, ERS, MGR, NCF, NYT, R(FACT), SR, USAT/ESPN

1998 Tennessee 13-0 Phillip Fulmer A&H, AP, AS, B(QPRS), BCS, BR, CCR, DeS, DuS, ERS, FN, FWAA, MGR, NCF, NFF, NYT, R(FACT), SN, USAT/ESPN

1999 Florida State 12-0 Bobby Bowden A&H, AP, B(QPRS), BCS, BR, CCR, DeS, DuS, ERS, FN, FWAA, MCFR, MGR, NCF, NFF, NYT, R(FACT), SN, SR, USAT/ESPN

2000 Miami 11-1 Butch Davis NYT

Oklahoma 13-0 Bob Stoops A&H, AP, B(QPRS), BCS, BR, CCR, DeS, DuS, ERS, FN, FWAA, MCFR, MGR, NCF, NFF, R(FACT), SN, SR, USAT/ESPN

2001 Miami 12-0 Larry Coker A&H, AP, B(QPRS), BCS, BR, CCR, CM, DeS, DuS, ERS, FN, FWAA, MCFR, MGR, NFF, NYT, R(FACT), SN, SR, USAT/ESPN, W

2002 Ohio State 14-0 Jim Tressel A&H, AP, B(QPRS), BCS, BR, CCR, CM, DeS, ERS, FN, FWAA, MCFR, NFF, NYT, R(FACT), SN, SR, USAT/ESPN, W

USC 11-2 Pete Carroll DuS, MGR, SR

2003 LSU 13-1 Nick Saban A&H, BCS, BR, CM, DeS, DuS, MCFR, NFF, R(FACT), SR, USAT/ESPN, W

Oklahoma 12-2 Bob Stoops B(QPRS)

USC 12-1 Pete Carroll AP, CCR, ERS, FWAA, MGR, NYT, SN

2004 USC 13-0 Pete Carroll A&H, AP, B(QPRS), BCS, BR, CCR, CM, DeS, DuS, ERS, FWAA, MCFR, MGR, NFF, NYT, R(FACT), SN, SR, USAT/ESPN, W

2005 Texas 13-0 Mack Brown A&H, AP, B(QPRS), BCS, BR, CCR, CM, DeS, DuS, ERS, FWAA, MCFR, MGR, NFF, R(FACT), SN, SR, USAT/ESPN, W

2006 Florida 13-1 Urban Meyer A&H, AP, B(QPRS), BCS, BR, CCR, CM, DuS, FWAA, MCFR, MGR, NFF, R(FACT), SN, SR, USAT, W

2007 LSU 12-2 Les Miles AP, BCS, CCR, FWAA, NFF, USAT

Missouri 12-2 Gary Pinkel A&H

USC 11-2 Pete Carroll DuS

2008 Florida 13-1 Urban Meyer AP, BCS, BR, CCR, CM, R(FACT), FWAA, NFF, SR, USAT

Utah 13-0 Kyle Whittingham A&H, MCFR, W

2009 Alabama 14-0 Nick Saban A&H, AP, B(QPRS), BCS, BR, CCR, CFRA, CM, DuS, FWAA, MCFR, NFF, R(FACT), SR, USAT, W

 

Here is the whole list. Feel free to hack away at it if you must. It may contain data different from what I previously reported.

 

And the following is the guide to the various polling organizations that at some point awarded these titles:

 

Selector Name Seasons

A&H Anderson & Hester 1997–present

AS Alderson System 1994–1998

B(QPRS) Berryman (QPRS) 1940-1989, 1990–present

BCS *Bowl Championship Series 1998–present

BR Billingsley Report 1869-1870, 1872-1969, 1970–present

BS Boand System 1919-1929, 1930–1960

CCR Congrove Computer Rankings 1993–present

CM Colley Matrix 2001–present

CW Casper Whitney 1905–1907

DeS DeVold System 1939-1944, 1945–2006

DiS Dickinson System 1924-1925, 1926–1940

DuS Dunkel System 1929–present

ERS Eck Ratings System 1987–2005

HS Houlgate System 1885, 1887-1905, 1907-1926, 1927–1949

L Litkenhous 1934–1972, 1974, 1978, 1981–1984

MCFR Massey College Football Ratings 1999–present

MGR Matthews Grid Ratings 1966–1972, 1974–present

NYT New York Times 1979–2004

PS Poling System 1924-1934, 1935–1955, 1957–1984

R(FACT) Rothman (FACT) 1968–present

SR Sagarin Ratings 1919-1977, 1978–present

W Wolfe 2001–present

WS Williamson System 1931, 1932–1963

You are free to tell us which of these you consider legit or not.

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And here is the total that comes from that compilation, which, in fact IS different from my original posting:

 

School Claimed National Championships Seasons Source

Princeton 28 1869, 1870, 1872, 1873, 1874, 1875, 1877, 1878, 1879, 1880, 1881, 1884, 1885, 1886, 1889, 1893, 1894, 1896, 1898, 1899, 1903, 1906, 1911, 1920, 1922, 1933, 1935, 1950 [24]

Yale 26a 1872, 1874, 1876, 1877, 1879, 1880, 1881, 1882, 1883, 1884, 1886, 1888, 1891, 1892, 1893, 1894, 1895, 1897, 1900, 1901, 1902, 1905, 1906, 1907, 1909, 1926 [25][26]

Alabama 13 1925, 1926, 1930, 1934, 1941, 1961, 1964, 1965, 1973, 1978, 1979, 1992, 2009 [27][28]

Michigan 11 1901, 1902, 1903, 1904, 1918, 1923, 1932, 1933, 1947, 1948, 1997 [29][30]

Notre Dame 11 1924, 1929, 1930, 1943, 1946, 1947, 1949, 1966, 1973, 1977, 1988 [31]

USC 11 1928, 1931, 1932, 1939, 1962, 1967, 1972, 1974, 1978, 2003, 2004 [32]

Pittsburgh 9 1915, 1916, 1918, 1929, 1931, 1934, 1936, 1937, 1976 [33]

Harvard 7 1890, 1898, 1899, 1910, 1912, 1913, 1919 [34]

Ohio State 7 1942, 1954, 1957, 1961, 1968, 1970, 2002 [35]

Oklahoma 7 1950, 1955, 1956, 1974, 1975, 1985, 2000 [36]

Pennsylvania 7 1894, 1895, 1897, 1904, 1907, 1908, 1924 [37]

Michigan St 6 1951, 1952, 1955, 1957, 1965, 1966 [38][39]

Minnesota 6 1934, 1935, 1936, 1940, 1941, 1960 [40]

Tennessee 6 1938, 1940, 1950, 1951, 1967, 1998 [41][42]

California 5 1920, 1921, 1922, 1923, 1937 [43][44]

Cornell 5 1915, 1921, 1922, 1923, 1939 [45]

Georgia 5b 1927, 1942, 1946, 1968, 1980 [46][47]

Illinois 5 1914, 1919, 1923, 1927, 1951 [48]

Miami 5 1983, 1987, 1989, 1991, 2001 [49]

Nebraska 5 1970, 1971, 1994, 1995, 1997 [50]

Georgia Tech 4 1917, 1928, 1952, 1990 [51]

Texas 4 1963, 1969, 1970, 2005 [52]

Army 3 1944, 1945, 1946 [53][54]

Florida 3 1996, 2006, 2008 [55]

Lafayette 3 1896, 1921, 1926 [56]

LSU 3 1958, 2003, 2007 [57]

Mississippi 3 1959, 1960, 1962 [58]

SMU 3 1935, 1981, 1982 [59][60]

Chicago 2 1905, 1913 [61]

FSU 2 1993, 1999 [62]

Penn State 2 1982, 1986 [63]

TCU 2 1935, 1938 [64]

Washington 2c 1960, 1991 [65]

Arkansas 1 1964 [66]

Auburn 1 1957 [67]

Boston College 1 1940 [68]

BYU 1 1984 [69]

Clemson 1 1981 [70]

Colorado 1 1990 [71]

Dartmouth 1 1925 [72]

Iowa 1d 1958 [73][74]

Kentucky 1 1950 [75][76]

Maryland 1 1953 [77]

Navy 1 1926 [78]

Stanford 1 1926 [79][80]

Syracuse 1 1959 [81]

Texas A&M 1 1939 [82]

UCLA 1

 

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Thanks for side stepping my question.

 

In 1872, a year in which one poster considered this "REAL FOOTBALL," two National Champions were recognized.

 

You know what their records were?

 

1 Win

0 Losses

 

That's why my original response was:

 

 

 

I don't get how some of you clowns can jump down my back for me considering a sport that awarded a one win team a NATIONAL TITLE was a huge joke.

 

Having 2 National Championships in a single year has happened as recently as 2003, so the fact that 2 champs were named in a single year is no biggie. Again, I only reported the data. You are free to go racist on this list if you want (maybe we should exclude any team that won a title that didn't use black players? If so, erase any title won before about 1960, and any won by a Southern school before about 1972.

 

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