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The 25 most dominant college football programs of the past decade (1)

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  • Business Insider has compiled a list of the schools with the most dominating football programs over the last decade, on and off the field.
  • The Alabama Crimson Tide are the most dominant college football program.
  • Five schools outside the FBS Power 5 conferences cracked the Top 25, including North Dakota State.
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When it comes to college football, there are powerhouses and then there is everyone else.

Business Insider has compiled a list of the schools that have run the most dominating football programs over the last decade.

To create the ranking we used a formula based on factors such as games and championships won in the last 10 years across all levels (with recent championships weighted more heavily), appearances in the biggest bowl games during that stretch, games won, NFL players produced, and revenue generated by the football team.

Here are the 25 most dominant college football programs.

25. Boise State

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Avg. football revenue, last 10 years: $16.8 million

New Year's 6 bowl appearances: 1

Conference championships: 5

BCS title game/Playoff appearances: 0

National championships: 0

Players in the NFL: 15

One thing to know: Only three FBS schools (Alabama, Clemson, Ohio State) have won more games than Boise State (109) over the last decade.

Data is is for the 2009-18 seasons across FBS, FCS, Division II, and Division III. Championships were weighted by division and years since title.

24. Iowa

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Avg. football revenue, last 10 years: $53.3 million

New Year's 6 bowl appearances: 1

Conference championships: 0

BCS title game/Playoff appearances: 0

National championships: 0

Players in the NFL: 27

One thing to know: Iowa has won at least eight games in eight of the last 10 seasons.

23. Stanford

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Avg. football revenue, last 10 years: $31.5 million

New Year's 6 bowl appearances: 1

Conference championships: 3

BCS title game/Playoff appearances: 0

National championships: 0

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Players in the NFL: 26

One thing to know: Stanford, Wisconsin, and Boise State are the only FBS schools with 100 wins over the last decade and no appearances in the College Football Playoff or the BCS title game.

22. Northwest Missouri State

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Avg. football revenue, last 10 years: $2.6 million

New Year's 6 bowl appearances: 0

Conference championships: 7

BCS title game/Playoff appearances: 0

National championships: 4 (Div. II)

Players in the NFL: 0

One thing to know: Northwest Missouri State has won three of the last six Division II titles.

21. Oklahoma State

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Avg. football revenue, last 10 years: $40.1 million

New Year's 6 bowl appearances: 1

Conference championships: 1

BCS title game/Playoff appearances: 0

National championships: 0

Players in the NFL: 15

One thing to know: Of the FBS programs in this ranking, only Stanford ($31.5 million) makes less money each year from their football team than the Cowboys.

20. Florida

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Avg. football revenue, last 10 years: $75.5 million

New Year's 6 bowl appearances: 1

Conference championships: 0

BCS title game/Playoff appearances: 0

National championships: 0

Players in the NFL: 46

One thing to know: The Gators rank 8th in revenue generated and third in players reaching the NFL.

19. Michigan

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Avg. football revenue, last 10 years: $86.0 million

New Year's 6 bowl appearances: 2

Conference championships: 0

BCS title game/Playoff appearances: 0

National championships: 0

Players in the NFL: 35

One thing to know: Michigan is third in football revenue generated over the last 10 years.

18. Michigan State

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Avg. football revenue, last 10 years: $55.0 million

New Year's 6 bowl appearances: 1

Conference championships: 2

BCS title game/Playoff appearances: 1

National championships: 0

Players in the NFL: 18

One thing to know: Only Ohio State (4) has more Big Ten championships over the last decade.

17. Oregon

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Avg. football revenue, last 10 years: $50.8 million

New Year's 6 bowl appearances: 0

Conference championships: 3

BCS title game/Playoff appearances: 2

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National championships: 0

Players in the NFL: 22

One thing to know: Oregon and Alabama are the only two FBS schools to lose multiple national championship games over the last decade.

16. Mount Union

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Avg. football revenue, last 10 years: $484,900

New Year's 6 bowl appearances: 0

Conference championships: 9

BCS title game/Playoff appearances:

National championships: 3 (Div. III)

Players in the NFL: 0

One thing to know: Mount Union has reached the Division III national championship game nine times in the last 10 years.

15. Penn State

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Avg. football revenue, last 10 years: $72.6 million

New Year's 6 bowl appearances: 2

Conference championships: 1

BCS title game/Playoff appearances: 0

National championships: 0

Players in the NFL: 28

One thing to know: Many thought the Jerry Sandusky scandal would kill the Penn State football program. Five years later, James Franklin had the team back in the Top 10.

14. Washington

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Avg. football revenue, last 10 years: $58.2 million

New Year's 6 bowl appearances: 2

Conference championships: 2

BCS title game/Playoff appearances: 1

National championships: 0

Players in the NFL: 27

One thing to know: Washington is the only Pac-12 school to reach the College Football Playoff in the last four years.

13. Wisconsin

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Avg. football revenue, last 10 years: $54.0 million

New Year's 6 bowl appearances: 2

Conference championships: 2

BCS title game/Playoff appearances: 0

National championships: 0

Players in the NFL: 27

One thing to know: Wisconsin and Stanford are tied for the most wins (102) over the last decade without a single appearance in the College Football Playoff or BCS title game.

12. Notre Dame

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Avg. football revenue, last 10 years: $80.7 million

New Year's 6 bowl appearances: 1

Conference championships: 0

BCS title game/Playoff appearances: 2

National championships: 0

Players in the NFL: 32

One thing to know: Notre Dame has been ranked in the AP Top 5 at least once in five of the last ten seasons.

11. Louisiana State University

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Avg. football revenue, last 10 years: $77.5 million

New Year's 6 bowl appearances: 1

Conference championships: 1

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BCS title game/Playoff appearances: 1

National championships: 0

Players in the NFL: 44

One thing to know: Only three schools (Alabama, Ohio State, Florida) produce more NFL players.

10. Texas

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Avg. football revenue, last 10 years: $113.6 million

New Year's 6 bowl appearances: 1

Conference championships: 1

BCS title game/Playoff appearances: 1

National championships: 0

Players in the NFL: 25

One thing to know: Texas hasn't been terribly dominant on the field recently, but no program is more dominant off the field. The football team has brought in $1.14 billion in revenue over the last decade, more than $200 million greater than any other school.

9. Florida State

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Avg. football revenue, last 10 years: $51.5 million

New Year's 6 bowl appearances: 2

Conference championships: 3

BCS title game/Playoff appearances: 2

National championships: 1

Players in the NFL: 36

One thing to know: Of the FBS programs in the top 15, no school makes less money with their football team.

8. Georgia

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Avg. football revenue, last 10 years: $83.7 million

New Year's 6 bowl appearances: 1

Conference championships: 1

BCS title game/Playoff appearances: 1

National championships: 0

Players in the NFL: 28

One thing to know: Only three schools (Texas, Alabama, Michigan) bring in more revenue from their football team.

7. Auburn

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Avg. football revenue, last 10 years: $76.7 million

New Year's 6 bowl appearances: 2

Conference championships: 2

BCS title game/Playoff appearances: 2

National championships: 1

Players in the NFL: 32

One thing to know: Auburn is one of only four FBS schools to reach the national championship game twice in the last ten years. However, they also have seven seasons in which they lost at least five games.

6. Wisconsin-Whitewater

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Avg. football revenue, last 10 years: $383,600

New Year's 6 bowl appearances: 0

Conference championships: 7

BCS title game/Playoff appearances: 0

National championships: 5 (Div. III)

Players in the NFL: 1

One thing to know: Wisconsin-Whitewater has averaged 12.6 wins per season over the last decade.

5. Oklahoma

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Avg. football revenue, last 10 years: $73.1 million

New Year's 6 bowl appearances: 1

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Conference championships: 5.5

BCS title game/Playoff appearances: 3

National championships: 0

Players in the NFL: 29

One thing to know: Boise State (109) and Oklahoma (105) are the only FBS schools to win more than 102 games over the last decade without winning a national championship.

4. Ohio State

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Avg. football revenue, last 10 years: $74.9 million

New Year's 6 bowl appearances: 3

Conference championships: 4

BCS title game/Playoff appearances: 2

National championships: 1

Players in the NFL: 50

One thing to know: The Buckeyes' 50 players in the NFL are second only to Alabama (57).

3. North Dakota State

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Avg. football revenue, last 10 years: $4.3 million

New Year's 6 bowl appearances: 0

Conference championships: 8

BCS title game/Playoff appearances: 0

National championships: 7 (FCS)

Players in the NFL: 4

One thing to know: North Dakota State has won seven of the last eight FCS championships. No other school has won more than six championships in the history of the FCS/I-AA.

2. Clemson

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Avg. football revenue, last 10 years: $41.4 million

New Year's 6 bowl appearances: 0

Conference championships: 5

BCS title game/Playoff appearances: 4

National championships: 2

Players in the NFL: 32

One thing to know: Clemson has appeared in the last four College Football Playoffs and three of the last four national championship games.

1. Alabama

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Avg. football revenue, last 10 years: $89.9 million

New Year's 6 bowl appearances: 0

Conference championships: 6

BCS title game/Playoff appearances: 8

National championships: 5

Players in the NFL: 57

One thing to know: Alabama is the only school to appear in all five College Football Playoffs.

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What is the most dominant college football team? ›

Alabama Crimson Tide

But Nick Saban has done just that, and more — no one has won more championships in college football history than Saban, whose seven titles broke Bryant's former record (6). Saban's run of dominance — both in the SEC and nationally — is tough to beat.

What college football team has the most wins in the last 10 years? ›

Alabama

What is the biggest blowout game in college football history? ›

That distinction belongs to Portland State, which piled up 105 points in a win against Delaware State in 1980. Of course, the most points in any college game was on October 7, 1916 when Georgia Tech beat Cumberland 222–0.

What conference has the most in top 25? ›

The SEC also finished with the most teams ranked in the final Top 25 of any conference.

Who is the greatest college football program of all time? ›

Ohio State

It will come as news in Tuscaloosa that Ohio State finished first in our rating since 1969. That's because five of the Buckeyes' six coaches since 1951, from Woody Hayes to Urban Meyer, are either in the College Football Hall of Fame or waiting for the call (Meyer will be eligible in 2021).

Who is the best NCAA football team ever? ›

Measured in total wins, the Michigan Wolverines lead all other football programs across all divisions with 984 wins.

Who has the most top 25 wins in college football? ›

ALL-TIME WINS
  • Michigan985.
  • Ohio State951.
  • Alabama949.
  • Notre Dame935.
  • Texas934.
  • Oklahoma933.
  • Penn State916.
  • Nebraska911.

What college football team has the most wins since 1950? ›

Only Oklahoma (473) has more Division I college football victories than Ohio State (471) over the past five decades. The Buckeyes are 219-43 since the turn of the century. Throughout the last 50 years of Division I college football, only one program has racked up more victories than Ohio State.

What team has the most wins in the last 10 years? ›

Between October 20, 2012 and October 20, 2022, the New England Patriots have the most wins by a team, with 115 wins.

Has there ever been a 100 point college football game? ›

In college football, games in which 100 points are scored by a single team are rare, especially since 1940. In the post-World War II era, it is considered in poor form to run up the score of lopsided games. There have been only three occurrences since 1970, and just one since 2000.

Has there ever been a 6 1 football game? ›

An NFL final score of 6-1 is possible.

Has there ever been a 0 0 college football game? ›

One of the sloppiest games in college football history took place on Nov. 19, 1983. It was also the last time a major college football game ended in a scoreless tie. Oregon and Oregon State played to a 0-0 tie in heavy rain at Autzen Stadium in a game plagued by miscues.

What is the most popular conference in college football? ›

Ranking college football's FBS conferences from 1-10 for the 2022 season
  1. SEC. Top 25 Teams: 6. SP+ Average: 24.6. The SEC is the top conference until proven otherwise. ...
  2. Big Ten. Top 25 Teams: 4. SP+ Average: 41.3. ...
  3. Big 12. Top 25 Teams: 3. SP+ Average: 40.7. ...
  4. ACC. Top 25 Teams: 5. SP+ Average: 50.5.
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Who are the Big 12 Football teams? ›

Big 12 Conference football

Who is the Power 5 in college football? ›

The Power Five conferences are the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC), Big Ten Conference, Big 12 Conference, Pac-12 Conference, and Southeastern Conference (SEC).

Who is the greatest college coach of all time? ›

Coaches with 200 career wins
RankNameYears
1John Gagliardi64
2Joe Paterno46
3Eddie Robinson55
4Bobby Bowden44
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Who is the greatest college quarterback of all time? ›

1. Tim Tebow. Tim Tebow is arguably the best college quarterback of all time. During his tenure at the University of Florida, he achieved 9,285 passing yards, 88 passing touchdowns, 2,947 rushing yards, and 57 rushing touchdowns.

Is Alabama the best football program ever? ›

The first college football championship was in 1869, fifty years prior to Alabama's first title. 187 national champions have been crowned since then, with only a total of 44 different teams winning. Just four teams have more than 10 championships and Alabama is ranked second, behind Yale with 18.

What college has the best football fans? ›

The biggest fanbase in college football resides in Columbus, Ohio. Altimore estimates that Ohio State has 11.26 million fans in all. The Buckeyes are the only team with an eight-figure fanbase in his findings.

Which college football team has the nicest fans? ›

Texas Tech fans voted best fanbase in college football.

What is the oldest college football team? ›

The University of Southern California first fielded an American football team in 1888. Playing its first game on November 14 of that year against the Alliance Athletic Club, in which USC gained a 16–0 victory.

What is the most exciting 25 seconds in college football? ›

The team boards a group of buses, which carries them to the top of the east side of the stadium, where they charge down the hill and into Death Valley. In 1985, against Georgia, then CBS announcer Brent Musburger, described the Tigers' charging down the hill as “the most exciting 25 seconds in college football.”

How does Top 25 work in college football? ›

Each voter provides their own ranking of the top 25 teams, and the individual rankings are then combined to produce the national ranking by giving a team 25 points for a first place vote, 24 for a second place vote, and so on down to 1 point for a twenty-fifth place vote.

How is the Top 25 determined? ›

The AP Top 25 is determined by a simple points system based on how each voter ranks college football's best teams. A team receives 25 points for each first place vote, 24 for second place and so on through to the 25th team, which receives one point.

What college football team has the most wins since 2000? ›

College football's winningest programs since 2000
  1. Boise State Broncos (219-43; Winning percentage of 83.5)
  2. Ohio State Buckeyes (217-43; Winning percentage of 83.4) ...
  3. Oklahoma Sooners (219-49; Winning percentage of 81.7) ...
  4. LSU Tigers (201-60; Winning percentage of 77.0) ...
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Which was the most successful football team of the 20th century? ›

FIFA Club of the Century was an award presented by FIFA to decide the best football club of the 20th century. Real Madrid was the winner of the award with 42.35% of the vote, announced at the annual FIFA World gala, held in Rome on 11 December 2000.

What NFL team has the most wins since 1960? ›

Since 1960, the Dallas Cowboys have the most wins by a team, with 544 wins.

What NFL team has the worst record in the last 10 years? ›

Between September 27, 2012 and September 27, 2022, the Jacksonville Jaguars have the worst record by a team, with a record of 43-118. Explore.

What NFL team has the most losses in the last 10 years? ›

Between October 25, 2012 and October 25, 2022, the Jacksonville Jaguars have lost the most games by a team, with 119 losses.

Who is the winningest team in history? ›

Statistically, Glasgow Rangers are the most successful sports team in the world with a total of 55 league titles.

Has there ever been a 200 point game? ›

No NBA team has ever scored 200 points in a game. In 1983, the Detroit Pistons beat the Denver Nuggets 186–184 and this is the most in NBA history.

Has there ever been a 60 point NFL game? ›

The most recent time a nfl team scored 60 or more points was when the New Orleans Saints defeated the Indianapolis Colts 62–7 on October 23, 2011.

Has there ever been a 70 point game in the NFL? ›

The 1950 Los Angeles Rams, the best offensive team in NFL history in terms of average points (466 in 12 games, 38.8 PPG), scored 70 points, one of only three teams to ever do so. The following week, they beat the Detroit Lions 65-24, including an NFL record 41 points in one quarter.

Is a 1/0 game possible in football? ›

A conversion safety by the defense is also possible, though highly unlikely; although this has never occurred, it is the only possible way a team could finish with a single point in an American football game.

Has an NFL team ever scored 1 point? ›

game actually end, say, 23-1? It is one of the oddities of American football that a team can score 2, 3, 4, 5 or even 222 points in a game, but never 1.

Is it possible to have a 1/0 football score? ›

So far, 1,072 different final scores have been achieved in NFL history. The lowest possible score is 0-0 and has been achieved 73 times, though the most recent scoreless tie came on Nov. 7, 1943. The most points any team has scored in an NFL game is 73.

What is the lowest scoring NFL game ever? ›

The lowest scoring NFL game of all time took place on November 26th 2007 at Heinz Field when the Pittsburgh Steelers beat the Miami Dolphins by a score of just 3 to 0. The three points were scored from a field goal by kicker Jeff Read in the fourth quarter.

Are there any 4 0 NFL teams? ›

The win moved the Eagles to 4-0, keeping them as the lone undefeated team in the N.F.L. The Eagles have been one of the most surprising teams in the N.F.L. this season, mainly because of how they have beat opponents.

Has an NFL game ever ended with a score of 2-0? ›

Through the 2008 season there have been two 2-0 games in the NFL: 1) The Green Bay Packers defeated the Chicago Bears 2-0 on October 16, 1932. 2) The Chicago Bears defeated the Green Bay Packers 2-0 on September 18, 1938.

What is the hardest conference in college football? ›

Top 10 Strongest College Football Conferences
  1. 1 SEC (Southeastern Conference) ...
  2. 2 Big Ten. ...
  3. 3 Big 12. ...
  4. 4 Pac 12 (Pacific-12 Conference) ...
  5. 5 ACC (Atlantic Coast Conference) ...
  6. 6 Mountain West.
  7. 7 Big East. ...
  8. 8 WAC (Western Athletic Conference)

What college team has the most players go pro? ›

1. Notre Dame. Notre Dame has built a football pedigree over generations that still leads the pack in producing NFL talent, just edging rival USC in the total number of players taken.

Is Sun Belt conference better than conference USA? ›

Sun Belt women's basketball was ranked a spot ahead of Conference USA in the 2019-2020 NET rankings.

Is Texas leaving the Big 12? ›

Texas and Oklahoma will officially remain in the Big 12 Conference through the remainder of the league's current grant of rights deal before leaving for the SEC come July 1, 2025, according to Big 12 commissioner Brett Yormark.

Who has won the most Big 12 titles? ›

The University of Oklahoma Sooners have won the most championships with 14.

Who has the biggest stadium in the Big 12? ›

Darrell K Royal Memorial Stadium, home of the Texas Longhorns, is the largest stadium in the Big 12.

Who is a Power 5 school? ›

The schools that make up the Power Five conferences rule over everything. That means the Big Ten, Big 12, Pac-12, SEC, ACC and Notre Dame. These schools make all the money, get all the best recruits, and win all the national championships.

How many black head coaches are in Power 5? ›

Three of the 11 Black coaches at Power 5 programs – Vanderbilt's Derek Mason, Arizona's Kevin Sumlin and Illinois' Lovie Smith – lost their jobs.

Who is number 1 in college football? ›

Georgia

Who are the 4 top college football teams? ›

Full CFP rankings
RankTeamPrevious Rank
1Georgia3
2Ohio State2
3Michigan5
4TCU7
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What college brings the most NFL players? ›

1. Notre Dame. Notre Dame has built a football pedigree over generations that still leads the pack in producing NFL talent, just edging rival USC in the total number of players taken.

What is the strongest division in college football? ›

SEC West

The SEC West comes out as the No. 1-ranked division in college football and it's likely no surprise. Alabama is coming off of a national championship and is ranked the No.

Who has the nicest fans in college football? ›

Notre Dame fans are everywhere. Fighting Irish fans pack 80,000 strong in their home stadium and it seems like the majority of those fans also hit the road. Notre Dame fans travel as well as any in the country, perhaps the best.

Who are the top 5 college football players? ›

College football's top 100 players for 2022: Will Anderson Jr., Bryce Young, C.J. Stroud and more
  1. Will Anderson Jr. OLB, Alabama, Junior. ...
  2. Bryce Young. QB, Alabama, Junior. ...
  3. C.J. Stroud. ...
  4. Jaxon Smith-Njigba. WR, Ohio State, Junior. ...
  5. Bijan Robinson. RB, Texas, Junior. ...
  6. Jalen Carter. DT, Georgia, Junior. ...
  7. TreVeyon Henderson. ...
  8. Brock Bowers.
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What Big Ten school has the most NFL players? ›

Ohio State leads all Big Ten teams by team 17 players, with Penn State starting the 2022 NFL season with 35 players, while Michigan came in with 33 players on NFL teams.

What state produces most NFL players? ›

More NFL players (199) graduated from Texas than any other state. Florida (185), California (166) and Georgia (151) each produced over 100 NFL players. IMG Academy in Bradenton FL produced the most NFL players on 2022 NFL Kickoff Weekend rosters.

What state produces the best football players? ›

1. Texas. Florida has more elite prospects, but when it comes to producing top talent in college football, nobody does it bigger than Texas.

What is the hardest college football team to get into? ›

Ranking the 7 Hardest Schools to Recruit At
  • Iowa State. 1 of 6. The Cyclones find it tough to become a recruiting power because, for starters, their in-state rivals of Iowa get more attention than they do. ...
  • Wyoming. 2 of 6. ...
  • and 4. New Mexico and New Mexico State. ...
  • Duke. 4 of 6. ...
  • Idaho. 5 of 6. ...
  • Rice. 6 of 6.

What college football team has the highest GPA? ›

New America does not want to reward schools with low overall graduation rates. Schools were awarded an added bonus for having high overall rates. Stanford topped the rankings thanks to its 99% GSR for football players.

What are the Power 5 teams in college football? ›

The Power Five conferences are the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC), Big Ten Conference, Big 12 Conference, Pac-12 Conference, and Southeastern Conference (SEC).

Who has the craziest college football fans? ›

Here's a look at the nation's five most arrogant fanbases as voted on by college football fans around the country.
  1. Alabama Crimson Tide. (Photo: Getty)
  2. Notre Dame Fighting Irish. (Photo: Getty) ...
  3. Duke Blue Devils. (Photo: Getty) ...
  4. Auburn Tigers. (Photo: Getty) ...
  5. Michigan State Spartans. (Photo: Getty) ...
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What is the most disliked college football team? ›

College football's 10 most-hated teams of all time, ranked
  1. Miami (1986) (Photo: CBS Sports)
  2. USC (2005) (Photo: Jamie Schwaberow/NCAA Photos, Getty) ...
  3. Florida State (2014) (Photo: USA TODAY Sports) ...
  4. Auburn (2010) (Photo: Icon Sportswire, Getty) ...
  5. Florida (1996) ...
  6. Notre Dame (1993) ...
  7. Oklahoma (2017) ...
  8. Ohio State (2002) ...
10 Aug 2022

Which college has the most loyal fans? ›

College football: Recent study reveals the 16 biggest fan bases
  1. Ohio State Buckeyes. (Photo: Emilee Chinn / Contributor, Getty) ...
  2. Notre Dame Fighting Irish. ...
  3. Texas Longhorns. ...
  4. Penn State Nittany Lions. ...
  5. Michigan Wolverines. ...
  6. Florida Gators. ...
  7. Oregon Ducks. ...
  8. Alabama Crimson Tide.
20 Aug 2022

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