College Football Team Records
Longest Rivalries In College Football
The all-time longest rivalry in college football isn’t Harvard-Yale. It isn’t Ohio State-Michigan. It’s not even Army-Navy. No, the longest rivalry in college football is a small-school series between two schools that most college football fans know almost nothing about.
Most Played Division I College Footabll Rivalries
The old-school Big Ten football between Wisconsin and Minnesota is the longest-running rivalry in Division I college football history.
Most Wins Over the Nation's Top-Ranked Team
It is by definition the biggest win possible in college football: Knocking off the nation's No. 1 team. And no two teams have done that more often than the Notre Dame Fighting Irish and Oklahoma Sooners, who share the all-time record for most wins against the nation’s top-ranked squad.
Longest Winning Streaks in an Annual Rivalry
For more than four decades, Notre Dame owned Navy. The Irish and the Midshipmen play each other every year, and have done so for years. But between 1964 and 2006, it was awfully hard to call the series a “rivalry.” Besides, the Irish won every year during that span, setting the all-time record for most consecutive wins in an uninterrupted (annual) rivalry series.
Longest Winning Streaks in College Football History
Between 1953 and 1957, the Oklahoma Sooners won a remarkable 47 straight games. More than a half century later, it remains the longest winning streak in college football history.
Longest Losing Streaks in College Football History
The Northwestern Wildcats own one record that they probably would like stricken from the books: The longest losing streak in college football history.
Longest Home Winning Streaks in College Football History
Between 1985 and 1994, Miami Hurricanes 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.
Most Consecutive Non-Losing Seasons in College Football History
Penn State enjoyed a streak of 49 non-losing seasons between 1939 and 1987. Find out which other programs have put together impressive streaks of non-losing seasons here.
Most Consecutive Weeks at No. 1 in the AP Poll
Between 2003 and 2005, the USC Trojans held the No. 1 spot in the Associated Press Top 25. Their 33 straight weeks atop the AP poll is the longest streak in college football history—by a wide margin.
Ranked No. 1 for the Entire Season
Only six teams in history of college football have held the No. 1 spot in the Associated Press poll for an entire season.
Passing Efficiency Through The Years
How much has the passing game changed college football—and how much better are college quarterbacks today than they were a couple decades back? Well, see the information here to find out.