Which college football teams had the most wins and the best winning percentage during the 30-year period between 1970 and 1999?
BY WINS: Nebraska - 309; Penn St. - 282; Michigan - 279; Alabama - 271; Ohio St. - 264
BY WINNING %: Nebraska - .841; Michigan - .790; Penn St. - .786; Ohio St. - .752; Alabama - .750
The Oklahoma Sooners own college football's longest winning streak. The streak was 47 straight games won by Sooners squads, starting with the third game of the 1953 season and not ending until they lost to Notre Dame in November of 1957. Before that, they had a 31 game winning streak that covered the 1948 season on up through their National Championship season in 1950 where they shared the Title with Kentucky, even though Kentucky beat…
As of the start of the 2007 season, for division 1A college football teams that had played at least 500 games total, the worst winning percentage belongs to Kent State University whose win loss record is 294-467-28 for a winning percentage of .390. The division 1A team with the most all time losses is Northwestern University whose all time win loss record is 453-604-44 for a winning percentage of .431.
As of the 2008 season, the Division 1-A team with the worst winning percentage that has played at least 300 total games is Kent State with an all time record of 297-476-28 for a winning percentage of .388. Florida International University began playing football in 2002. Their all time record coming into the 2008 season was 16-52 for a winning percentage of .235.
Through the 2007 season, the team with the worst winning percentage on MNF is the Cardinals with a record of 5-12-1 for a winning percentage of .277. The Falcons are second worst at 9-21 for a winning percentage of .300. The Bears are third worst at 16-34 for a winning percentage of .320. The Bears 34 losses is the most of any team on MNF.