Who holds the most records in college football?

Teams ranked by total wins

Rank Team Won
1 Michigan 976
2 (T) Ohio State 942
2 (T) Alabama 942
4 Oklahoma 931

What is the best college football conference of all time?

the SEC
Based on the only barometer that should count — on-field results — the SEC is the best conference in college football. As a matter of fact, the SEC has a winning record against the ACC, Big 12, Big Ten and Pac-12.

Who has the most losses in NCAA football?

Northwestern Wildcats
Northwestern Wildcats. Northwestern has an all-time record of 489-632-44, which is one of the worst in the history of college football. In fact, they have the most losses in college football history, one ahead of Indiana, who may pass them in 2012. The Wildcats first started playing football in 1876.

Has there ever been 100 points scored in a college football game?

On October 25, 1884, Yale defeated Dartmouth 113–0, becoming the first team to score 100 points in a game.

Who holds the college sack record?

Officially, Arizona State’s Terrell Suggs holds the NCAA’s single-season record with 24 sacks in 2002.

Which conference has the most national championships?

the Pac-12
This year’s championships add to an impressive tradition for the Pac-12. With 469 total titles, Conference teams have, by far, claimed the most national championships in the country all-time, over 200 more than the next closest league (Big Ten – 266).

What is the longest college football losing streak?

The dubious dishonor of having the longest losing streak in college football belongs to UNLV football, which hasn’t won a game since 2019. It took 762 days for the Arizona Wildcats to win a game of football but they finally did it.

Who is the weakest power 5 conference?

Pac-12 Showing No Signs of Ending Reign as CFB’s Worst Power 5 Conference | Bleacher Report | Latest News, Videos and Highlights.

What is the hardest NCAA division?

With two of the top three teams in college football, there’s no question that the SEC West is the strongest division in college football. Either Alabama or Auburn could compete with, and likely beat, any team in the country, which is why they’ll both be headed to the BCS in January.

What are the best nonconference teams for Clemson football to face?

The Aggies may be the best team that Clemson faces all season. Also, Auburn will face Oregon in Arlington, Texas, to open the season, and LSU will travel to Texas in Week 2. The Big Ten is right up there with the SEC when it comes to home cooking. It will play just over 78 percent of its nonconference games at home.

How do the Big Ten’s nonconference games compare to the SEC?

However, with only one neutral site game (Ball State vs. Indiana in Indianapolis), the Big Ten ends up with a much higher percentage of true road games than the SEC at 19 percent. Because of league rules restricting games against FCS schools, less than 10 percent of the Big Ten’s nonconference games are against those teams.

Who are the top 5 nonconference teams in the 2019 bowls?

Our bowls expert looks at the standout nonconference schedules ahead of the 2019 season 1 Stanford Notre Dame, Northwestern, at UCF 2 Miami (Ohio) Tennessee Tech, at Ohio State, at Cincinnati, at Iowa 3 USC Fresno State, at Notre Dame, at BYU 4 Cincinnati Miami (Ohio), UCLA, at Ohio State, at Marshall 5 Rice

Why does the Big 12 play so few nonconference games?

Because of the size of the league and the full round robin conference schedule, the Big 12 has the fewest number of nonconference games at 30. Still, only Texas is playing a full schedule of FBS teams, which means the Big 12 is playing the greatest percentage of FCS opposition at 30 percent.