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Longest Home Winning Streaks in College Football History


Orange Bowl stadium

Miami won 58 straight games at the Orange Bowl between 1985 and 1994.

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In the 1980s and early 1990s, the University of Miami boasted the best program in college football. The ‘Canes were fast, mean, brash and, most importantly, utterly dominant.

And nowhere were the 'Canes more dominant than the Orange Bowl, the stadium they called home.

Between 1985 and 1994, Miami won an astounding 58 straight games at home, breaking the record for the longest home winning streak previously held by Alabama, which won 57 straight at home between 1963 and 1982.

Below is the list the longest home winning streaks in college football history.

Miami (Florida): 58 games (1985-1994)
Alabama: 57 games (1963-1982)
Harvard: 56 games (1890-1995)
Michigan: 50 games (1901-1907)
Nebraska: 47 games (1991-1998)
Washington: 44 games (1908-1917)
Texas: 42 games (1968-1976)
Notre Dame: 40 games (1907-1918)
Notre Dame: 38 games (1919-1927)
Florida State: 37 games (1992-2001)
Yale: 37 games (1904-1908)
Yale: 37 games (1900-1903)
USC: 36 games (2001-2003)
Marshall: 33 games (1995-2000)
Nebraska: 33 games (1901-1906)

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