No, Princeton has 28 National Championships in Football. Notre Dame has 21 and Alabama has 17. Since the Polls started deciding championships in 1936, Notre Dame and Alabama tie for the most championships with 8.
One, they won the national title in 1992.
Princeton has the most "national championships" in history with 26 recognized titles (although Princeton claims 28). Since the "poll era" began in 1936, Alabama leads with 10 recognized "national championships" (although Alabama makes dubious claims to many other titles during the same span).
The Ohio State University has 7 national championships. When they beat the University of Miami in 2002 that gave them their seventh championship since 1952.
As of 2011, Alabama has 14 national championships. Recently they just beat LSU 21-0, which means they obviously get the title. They beat everyone they played except LSU the first time, but since they beat them so badly, they get all the awards.
Princeton claims 28 national championships since 1869, the first season of college football. However, since 1936 (when the AP Poll began), both Alabama and Notre Dame are tied with 8 consensus titles.
Alabama crimson tide has 13 national titles although some people say some are bogus.... that is 7 more than anyone else.. most of the coming under the coaching of paul "bear" Bryant.... roll tide roll! :D
116 national championships since 1895 in football. However most teams don't count their national championship pre ww2!
The University of Alabama Crimson Tide and the Notre Dame Fighting Irish are tied with 8 titles each since the beginning of the poll based national championship. By conference, the SEC has won 18 since 1937, tying with the Big 12 conference. Since the inception of the BCS game, Louisiana State University, (LSU) 2003 & 2007, and the University of Florida, 2006 & 2008, are tied with 2 each. Since BCS, the SEC leads with 6 wins with 6 appearances. The second conference is the Big 12 with 2 wins of 7 appearances.
None since the BCS determines the national champion.