1. Sports
Send to a Friend via Email
You can opt-out at any time. Please refer to our privacy policy for contact information.

Winningest College Football Programs of the 2000s

By

Boise State Oklahoma

Boise State won 112 games in the 2000s, more than any other team in the nation.

(Jonathan Ferrey/Getty Images)
Who was college football’s "team of the decade" for the 2000s?

Texas? USC? Maybe Oklahoma? All good choices, of course.

But if you’re looking at winning percentage alone, then the answer to that question is actually Boise State.

During the Broncos’ remarkable rise to power last decade, they compiled an incredible overall record of 112-17—good for a winning percentage of .868, best in the nation. The Broncos won two more games that decade than Texas and Oklahoma, ten more than Ohio State and 12 more than Florida.

Here, we take a look at the top 10 winningest programs (by winning percentage) in college football between 2000-2009.

1. Boise State: 112-17 (.868)
2. Texas: 110-19 (.853)
3. Oklahoma: 110-24 (.821)
4. Ohio State: 102-25 (.803)
5. Southern California: 88-26 (.772) (reflects victories lost in the 2004 and 2005 seasons)
6. Florida: 100-30 (.769)
7. TCU: 95-29 (.766)
8. LSU: 99-31 (.762)
9. Georgia: 98-31 (.760)
10. Virginia Tech: 99-32 (.756)

  1. About.com
  2. Sports
  3. College Football
  4. Schools
  5. Winningest College Football Programs of the 2000s - College Football's Winningest Programs in the 2000s

©2014 About.com. All rights reserved.