Mike Doss. back to back high school state titles. National champs with Ohio State, and Super Bowl with the Colts.
Alabama BCS National Champs 2010, Heisman Winner Mark Ingram & Auburn 2011 BCS National Champs, Heisman Winner Cam Newton
The University of Alabama Crimson Tide leads with 3 back-to-back national championships, 1925 and 26, 1964 and 65, and 1978 and 79
Click on the 'NCAA Football Champions' link on this page to see, from the NCAA, the past champions of football going back to the year 1869.
football he played football back when he went to college and baketball.
Gale Sayers (Also known as 'The Kansas Comet') was an American college and professional football player. He was a running back in the National Football League for seven seasons during the 1960's and early 1970's.
Alabama football is doing well, as they have an excellent recruiting class this year coming off the National Championship. They are projected to be in the top 5 by many scouts and predicted to repeat as national champions by some. Alabama is the defending national champion in college football. With that in mind they are doing extremely well. For 2010, they have most of their team coming back and should be a favorite to repeat as national champion. The key matchup for them in the early part of the season is hosting Penn State in week 2. Should be fun to watch.
Running Back for Morehouse College
quarter back of course
He should probably go back to college so he can play football.
Florida and Alabama
Yes 1938 Texas Christian University Horned Frogs 1939 Texas Agriculture & Mechanincal Aggies
Rutgers and Princeton are credited with playing the first college football game back in 1869. Both still field teams.
Only one time has this happened. In 2009, the Alabama Crimson Tide defeated Texas in the BCS National Championship game with their Heisman winner Mark Ingram. In 2010, the Auburn Tigers defeated Oregon on a last second field goal. Auburn's quarterback Cam Newton, won the Heisman that year. So only the state of Alabama has ever been able to win both the Heisman and national championship back to back. TCU and Texas A&M won the National Championship back to back years in 1938 and 1939 respectively. TCU's Davey O'Brien won the Heisman in 1938, but Texas A&M failed have a Heisman winner that next year.
The first football game in America was in New ,Brunswick, New Jersey at Rutgers College. The game was between Rutgers College (now Rutgers University) and The College of New Jersey (now Princeton University). It was on November 6, 1869. Rutgers college won 6-4. Back then football was not played how it is now.
In college football, "The Death Penalty" is a term used when the NCAA rules that a University must discontinue playing intercollegiate football for one or more years. It happened a few years back with Southern Methodist University.