== == Per here are winning percentages since 1926. * 1. Ohio State .73416 * 2. Tennessee .73237 * 3. Michigan .72426 * 4. Oklahoma .72307 * 5. Alabama .72120 ...with about a .747 winning percentage, but they had four undefeated years from 1901-1904. I'm not sure about from '26 though. You're right. It's the University of Michigan by a long shot!
Michigan and Tennessee have met only once in football ... that being the 2002 Florida Citrus Bowl with Tennessee winning 45-17.
Through the 2008 season, Michigan and Tennessee have met once in college football, that being the 2002 Florida Citrus Bowl. Tennessee won 45-17.
JP Shellnutt when did he play on the University of Tennessee football team
University of Tennessee Ohio State University Michigan (was on the list until 2008)
The University of Michigan.
Tennessee is most famous for football. The Tennessee Titans play in the National Football League. Tennessee also is known for its SEC ("Southeastern Conference") football at The University of Tennessee and Vanderbilt University.
Rich Rodriguez is the head football coach for the University of Michigan.
Michigan University? Do you mean Michigan State University (Spartans) or University of Michigan (Wolverines) ?
The Ohio State football stadium has a larger official capacity than the University of Tennessee football stadium. The University of Tennessee's football stadium has an official capacity of 102,455. The record attendance is 109,061 on September 18, 2004 for a Tennessee - Florida football game. The Ohio State University football stadium has an official capacity of 104,944. The record attendance is 108,975 on November 21, 2015 for a Ohio - Michigan State football game.
Michigan State did.
The coach of the University of Michigan football team is a man named Brady Hoke. Brady Hoke has been the coach of the University of Michigan football team for three years.