The national championship in the NCAA is decided by a bracket-based playoff system. If the team qualifies for the event on Selection Sunday, they have the same chance as anyone else in the event: 1 in 65
The BCS system is based on statistical analysis and (in no small part) on the opinions of sports writers from various polls. These polls are based on human opinion, so if a team lost by an acceptable amount in the championship game and was anticipated to go to the national championship, the polls and stats could combine to make it happen.
No, Temple has never won a NCAA National Championship.
I think its the SEC(South Eastern Conference)
The University of North Carolina did it in 1993 and 2005.
Since football championship games have been played in the NCAA (1992-1994 Bowl Coalition, 1995-1997 Bowl Alliance, 1998-present BCS) two teams from the same conference have never met for the national championship.
The Florida State Seminoles won the 2014 NCAA football national championship.
The SEC is the best football conference overall because they dont have any really bad teams and always have atleat one or two teams contending for a national championship
The University of Connecticut won the NCAA National Championship Game in basketball last year.