California, Michigan and Ohio State are the only teams to win Division One national titles in baseball, football and men;s Basketball, although none won them all in the same year According to the Texas website, "No school in NCAA history has ever won both the men's football and basketball championships in the same season." Therefore, no one has ever won all three. California and Michigan have won all three (Michigan has also won some hockey championships), but no team has ever won all three in the same season. Florida recently won basketball and football in the same season.
Two schools have won NCAA national championships in football, baseball, and men's basketball: Jacksonville State University (NCAA Division II) Men's Basketball (1985) Baseball (1990, 1991) Football (1992) University of Wisconsin-Whitewater (NCAA Division III) Men's Basketball (1984, 1989) Baseball (2005) Football (2007, 2009, 2010) Note 1: The NCAA does not officially sanction a football national championship in FBS / Division I Note 2: Jacksonville State now competes at FCS / Division I
Stanford and Maryland
Im pretty sure there are quite a few but off the top of my head The University of Texas
football, basketball and baseball.
Only one - Jacksonville State University
Florida in 2006 is it. Michigan State University 1950 and 60's in football. '79 and '00 for basketball.
At least UCLA who has won 11 NCAA Basketball Championships alone! Who else? The University of Arkansas has 44 championships in the caegories mentioned.
At Football and Baseball, but not basketball! CORRECTION: Rice is Division I in all sports (Conference USA)
New York, with I believe 45 between baseball basketball football and hockey
Zero in Football And Basketball
Baseball is then Basketball then hockey and then football.
Villanova is the only school to have won the NCAA Division I Football Championship (2009) and the NCAA Division I Basketball Championship (1985).Florida in 2006 is it. Michigan State University 1950 and 60's in football. '79 and '00 for basketball.MichiganMichigan StateOhio Statelet's not forget UCLA, Florida and Maryland.Don't forget the Razorbacks of Arkansas - football 1964 (unfairly split with Alabama), basketball 1994UCLA's football championship was shared with Ohio State in 1954, so that response a little iffy. One school you've left out; in fact, the only private university to win both football & men's basketball championships-> Syracuse (football- 1959;men's basketball- 2003)California also has won both and, if you accept shared football championships, Stanford too (another private university).
The Bulldogs have won two consensus NCAA Division 1-A college football National Championships and 12 Southeastern Conference championships.
They have won 7 National Championships in football. In Basketball They have one two national championships.
Yale University is the school with the most national championships in football. The school with the most wins in NCAA Division I football is the University of Michigan.
Kansas State University won the Big 12 conference champioship in football 2012, men's basketball 2012-2013, and baseball 2013.
Division 1 (BCS) Notre Dame 8 championships Division 1 AA (FCS) Georgia Southern 6 championships Division II North Dakota State 5 championships Division III Mount Union 10 championships