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2009-08-19 16:51:06
2009-08-19 16:51:06

From NCAA.org: Michigan Wolverines- 860

Notre Dame Fighting Irish-821

Texas Longhorns-810

Nebraska Cornhuskers-803

Ohio State Buckeyes- 786 Counting 2007-2008 season Michigan Wolverines- 865

Notre Dame Fighting Irish-822

Texas Longhorns- 816

Nebraska- 807

Ohio 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

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