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How many wins do the Nebraska Cornhuskers have in football?

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The Nebraska Cornhuskers have 815 wins through the 2008 season.

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Nebraska Cornhuskers they have the least amount of losing seasons and was the third team to ever join the ncaa. They also have the most wins in the ncaa.


Between 1980-2009, Kansas' record against Nebraska is 2-28. Both wins came in Lawrence (2005 and 2007). The 2005 win broke a 36 game losing streak against the Cornhuskers.


The Nebraska Cornhuskers have won 480 games in the last 50 years (1962 to 2011). During that time frame the Oklahoma Sooners are 2nd with 440 wins and the Penn State Nittany Lions are 3rd with 437 wins. Nebraska also has the highest win percentage of the last 50 years.


Nebraska leads the series with Kansas State from 2000-2008. In that time Nebraska has five wins and Kansas State has four wins.


The alltime series record, as of the 2008 season, between Nebraska and Miami (FLA) in football is tied at 5 wins apiece.


As of the 2007 season it is Nebraska with 812 wins as opposed to the 761 wins Tennessee has.



The University of Nebraska, also, they are the best college football program by the numbers and the tradition and passion the fans and players show. Nebraska has 5 national championships.


Michigan, Notre Dame, Texas, Nebraska, Alabama, Ohio State, Penn State, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Southern California.


As of November 29th, 2008 Nebraska's alltime record is 816 wins, 337 losses, and 40 ties. As of November 29th, 2008 Nebraska's alltime record is 816 wins, 337 losses, and 40 ties in 1,193 games.



Through the end of the 2007 season they have a total of 664 wins.


From their 1901 49-0 Rose bowl win to their loss to Nebraska in 2005, 18 wins and 19 losses.


As of the start of the 2007 season, Nebraska leads the series 74-15-2.


As of the start of the 2007 season:1) Michigan - 860 wins2) Notre Dame - 821 wins3) Nebraska - 812 wins4) Texas - 810 wins5) Ohio State - 787 winsafter 2009 season1) Michigan - 8772) Texas - 847


From NCAA.org: Michigan Wolverines- 860Notre Dame Fighting Irish-821Texas Longhorns-810Nebraska Cornhuskers-803Ohio State Buckeyes- 786 Counting 2007-2008 season Michigan Wolverines- 865Notre Dame Fighting Irish-822Texas Longhorns- 816Nebraska- 807Ohio State Buckeyes-794 Michigan has the most wins in Division I-A college football. Michigan won the first Rose Bowl game in 1902, has won an NCAA-record 872 games and has an all-time winning percentage of .740, also an NCAA record. Reference: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michigan_Wolverines#Football In the "modern era", which is post WWII, Oklahoma has the most wins with 535, and the highest winning percentage with .761 in the country. Reference: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oklahoma_Sooners_football


As of 2010, the football team has 15 wins and 15 losses in bowl games.


7th, after Michigan, ND, Texas, Nebraska, Alabama, Ohio State At the end of the 2007 regular season, Penn State ranks 6th with 789 wins. Ohio State is 5th with 798 wins and Alabama is 7th with 786.


At the conclusion of the 2008 football season Ohio State had 808 wins. Their overall record is 808-305-53.


The University of North Carolina does not have any national championships in football.


As of the start of the 2007 season, the Dallas Cowboys have the most wins on Monday Night Football with 40. Click on the 'MNF Records' on this page to see the win loss records of all teams on Monday Night Football.


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765 wins all time. http://www.mahalo.com/Oklahoma_Sooners_Football


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The all time football record at the University of Florida is 640-373-40.



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