What college has the most NCAA football wins since 1996?
Georgia I do not know the answer to this question, but University of Florida has more wins since 1996 (115 to 111).
Since the NCAA was not established until 1910, I would say that NCAA football did not begin until 1910. However, COLLEGE football was being played long before that, as early as 1869, though the game played then more closely resembled rugby than modern American football. See the Wikipedia article on "college football", or just "American football", for more information.
1) Heisman Trophy - most outstanding college football player 2) Davey O'Brien Award - best NCAA quarterback. 3) Walter Camp Award - NCAA 1-A college player of the year. 4) Johnny Unitas Award - most outstanding senior quarterback in college football. 5) Draddy Trophy - best combination of academics, community service, and on field performance for a college football player. 6) Maxwell Award - best college football player.
The NCAA does not award a national title in college football at the Division I-FBS/Division I-A level. National championships are instead awarded by outside agencies, such as the Associated Press or the American Football Coaches Association. Florida currently claims three of those titles (1996, 2006, 2008).
The NCAA does not select a champion in Division I-FBS college football-the only varsity, NCAA-sponsored sport to not have an official championship. The NCAA does, however, recognize championships that are awarded by "major selectors;" organizations that are generally and widely regarded as major sources. Today, those sources are the BCS (in conjunction with its agreement with the ESPN/USA Today Coaches' Poll) and the Associated Press. Beginning with the 2014 football season, the College Football Playoff…