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Winningest College Football Programs of the 1990s


Bobby Bowden

Bobby Bowden led Florida State to 109 wins in the 1990s.

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It was the last true dynasty in college football: Florida State in the 1990s.

Coach Bobby Bowden’s Seminoles were the unquestioned kings of college football that decade, dominating the ACC, claiming two national championships and posting a better winning percentage (.890) than any other team in the nation. Only mighty Nebraska (.868) was close to matching the Seminoles' success.

Here, we take a look at the top 10 winningest programs (by winning percentage) in college football between 1990-1999.

1. Florida State: 109-13-1 .(890)
2. Nebraska: 108-16-1 (.868)
3. Marshall: 114-25-0 (.820)
4. Florida: 102-22-1 (.820)
5. Tennessee: 99-22-2 (.813)
6. Penn State: 97-26-0 (.789)
7. Michigan: 93-26-3 (.775)
8. Miami (FL): 92-27-0 (.773)
9. Texas A&M: 94-28-2 (.766)
10. Ohio State: 91-30-3 (.746)

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