In my discussion back in Sept, I provided several opinions as to who would make it, and only got 1 out of 8 right. So, I'll stick with Ohio State...even though I'll root for the gators. I assume the previous answer is about the 2006 season. So I will offer my thoughts on the upcoming 2007 season. USC is the clear favorite, having won the most 1st place votes, and the most points, in the USA Today Coaches Poll. However, USC is perennially over-rated. They will, however, likely finish the regular season undefeated (becaues they don't play anyone worth a darn), and go to the national championship game. But can they win it? LSU came in second in poll. Though as an LSU alumnus, I am obviously biased, I pick LSU to win the national championship. If they can remain at #2 for the entire season, they will be in the national championship game. Now, USC relies on its powerful offense, and I admit, it is impressive. But USC rarely plays teams with great defenses. Anyone that can win the SEC championship will have a great defense. One of the cardinal rules of football is that good defense beats good offense. At best, USC's offense will have an average day against LSU's defense. But LSU will have a great offense as well, and USC doesn't have the defense to stop them. Also, LSU will have home-field advantage, since the game will be played in New Orleans. LSU 38, USC 21. That's my prediction. But, the question is, can LSU make it to the national championship game? LSU plays in the SEC, by far the toughest conference in College Football. There are 2 SEC teams in the top 5, 6 in the tops 20. LSU has to play 3 of them, including #3 Florida. It's almost impossible to finish an SEC season undefeated. Florida, the national champion last year, lost to Auburn. LSU, when it won its last national championship (2003 season), lost to Florida. The thing is, in the SEC, you have to be perfect every week, or you're going to lose. Even great teams can't be perfect every week. And to make matters worse, one of the non-conference games is against VA Tech, #9. Not only are they a good team, they will be playing with a lot of emotion due to the recent slayings on campus. But, if LSU can get past the Hokies (it's a home game for LSU, so that's good), then the rest of their tough games will also be at home (Florida, Auburn, Arkansas). But I worry about Bama. Bama had a good record last year, despite close losses to the three best teams in the SEC, two of which ended the season ranked in the top 3 nationally. And they have a good coach this year, former LSU coach Nick Saban. And LSU has to play them at Tuscaloosa. I can only pray that it takes a while for Saban and his players to "click". If anybody can get through the SEC undefeated this year, it's LSU. The thing is, if they make it that far, they still have to play the East Division champion, which will likely be Florida. And it is DAMNED HARD to beat a good team TWICE in a season. And the second time will be much closer to a home game for UF (in Atlanta). Still, my money's on LSU. Even with one loss in the regular season, as long as they can win the SEC championship, they should be in the national championship game. Unless someone besides USC goes undefeated. Which brings me to Texas. Their toughest game (against Oklahoma) will be in Austin. There's no one else on their schedule that can beat them, unless A&M pulls an upset in College Station - unlikely. So I think the Longhorns will coast into the national championship game if LSU loses a game. If this happens, it will likely be a replay of the 2006 national championship game (2005 season). It will be high-scoring, but close. Whoever wins, it will be a shame, because neither one of them could beat any of the top 4 teams in the SEC. My prediction in this case, USC 42, Texas 38. That's my opinion.
Maryland lays claim to two National Championships in football, winning them in 1951 and 1953. In those years the final voting was completed before the bowl games.
Texas A&M has 17 team National Championships while also winning 62 individual National Championships for a combined total of 79. A&M has also won a total of 159 team conference and tournament championships.
Woody Hayes was credited with winning three national championships at Ohio State: 1954, 1955, and 1968. This information above is incorrect. Woody Hayes Won 5 National Championships (1954, 1957, 1961, 1968, 1970)
One. January 7, 2010. They beat Texas 37-21, winning the national championship.
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As of Nov 3 2010, they have a 3% chance of playing in the National Championship Game.
The Michigan Wolverines by a little bit. With 11 national championships and the winningest college football team in history who plays in the biggest stadium in the country. They also have a winning record against every conference. Suprisingly they probably do best against the SEC out of all BCS conferences.
USC Trojans 2004 season with Matt Leinart winning heisman. USC beat Oklahoma in the orange bowl 55-19
not when it comes to winning championships
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easy, pete Carroll (USC) would grab the #1 spot, 6 straight BCS bowl games, 3 of them National championships, winning 2 of them. the best in college football right now. 2nd probably Jim tressle, (Ohio State) has won 12 "Coach of the Year" awards, 4 Division I-AA National Championships and 1 Division I-A National Championship. Since taking over at Ohio State in 2001, Tressel was 62-14 coming into the 2007 season with 4 BCS Bowl appearances in 6 seasons @ OSU. #3, Bob Stoops at Oklahoma. Basicly has turned that team into a national powerhouse every year he has been there. I would also have to include Larry Kehre, Mount Union College. The winniest football coach in college football history with a winning percentage of .927. Coach Larry Kehres has 10 NCAA Division III Championships and the two longest winning streaks in NCAA football history with 54 wins and then after one lost he has a 55 game winning streak. Mount Union Purple Raiders also holds the record for most consecutive regular season victories, winning 110 games between 1994-2005. Under his coaching staff, his football squads have only lost 22 games and tied three times and that gives him a record of 296-22-3.
No, but they have won the most games without winning a national championship in NCAA history.
Signing of the national football happened the first Wednesday of every February. The losing team was to be hosted by the winning team.
Coming into the 2008 season, that would be Michigan with 872 victories. <-- Updated ---- it would be WVU they are the winningest team in college football but have never won a national championship. ________________________________________________________________________ WVU is only the most winning school without a National Championship, they are not the most winning school all-time.
By winning the national ice dancing championship (with partner Tessa Virtue) at the Canadian Figure Skating Championships in January, 2010.
He was drafted out of highschool after a lot publicity of being the best player in America and winning many national championships.
The Boston Celtics have the most, winning 17 NBA championships as of 2009.
Fox Movietone Sports Mel Allen's Football Review 3104 - Football Winning Ways - 1951 is rated/received certificates of: USA:Approved USA:Passed (National Board of Review)
Top Ten College football Programs by stats.1: Michigan - 11 National Titles, Most winning program in college football history, most winning seasons of any college football program, most undefeated seasons of any program, most games played without being shut out, 42 Big Ten Titles, Tied second most conference championship titles than any other program in college football history.2: Notre Dame - 13 Recognized National Titles, Third most winning program in College football History, Seven Heisman winners, most All-Americans of any program.3: USC - 11 Claimed National Titles, Seven Heisman Winners. 38 Pac-10 Titles, Third most conference titles by any other program.4: Ohio State - 7 Claimed National Titles, Seven Heisman winners, fifth most winning program of all time, Second Most All-Americans All-time, Most overall Award winners all-time. 33 Big Ten titles, Fourth Most conference championships than any other program. Fewest losing seasons of any college football program of all time with only eight (minimum 10 seasons). (Played against Michigan to Determine Conference champion numerous times)5: Alabama - 12 Claimed National Titles, more bowl wins and appearances than any program.6: Nebraska - 5 Claimed National Titles, fourth most winning program of all time, 3 Heisman Trophy Winners 46 conference championships, More conference championships than any other program in college football history.7: Oklahoma - 7 Claimed National Titles, Five Heisman Trophy Winners, 42 Conference Titles. Tied second most conference championships all-time.8: Texas - 4 Claimed National titles, second most winning team in college football history, 2 Heisman Trophy winners, 29 Conference Titles.9: Miami - 5 Claimed National Titles, 2 Heisman Winners (Started in 1926 so extra points)10: Penn State - 2 Claimed National Titles, Sixth most winning team of all-time.
Cork who achieved the feat of winning both the All-Ireland Senior Football Final and All-Ireland Senior Hurling Final in 1890 and again in 1990.
The Banner is put up for remembrance of their hard work and dedication they put in to winning that game. It is also used to show what type of school Notre dames football team is handling. Plus It is to keep record of all the championships they win.
Fredrick Douglas is one of them :)