n did princeton last win national championship in college basketball
1966 was the last year Michigan State won a national championship in football.
The year wasn't provided so I didn't know if you meant the last year meaning the last season. Florida State won the college football national championship last year.
In 1990 Georgia Tech and Colorado shared the national championship.
The 1995 Cowboys were the last Dallas team to win the National Football League championship.
2009-Alabama secures 13th National Championship by defeating Texas at the Rose Bowl
Tennessee won the 1998 national championship after winning the 1999 Fiesta Bowl against Florida State in the first-ever BCS National Championship.
Florida St. in 1999
Connecticut and Butler
they last played for a national championship in 2002.
never ole miss baby
i am not sure of the amount but West Virginia has the most wins without a National Championship. I heard that during their bowl game last year. It is in the 600s
2005 but it doesn't count because they didn't beat an SEC team for the championship.
On January 20, 2013, the San Francisco 49ers defeated the Atlanta Falcons, 28-24, in the National Football Conference Championship Game played in Atlanta's Georgia Dome.
In 1997 Nebraska and Michigan shared the title.
As of 10/10/10, California last beat USC on September 27, 2003. The final score was 34-31 in triple overtime; this was USC's only loss in the season where they won the AP National Championship, but did not play in the BCS National Championship game.
Jay Barker was the QB when Alabama last won a National Championship.
The 1969 Texas Longhorns were the last. The following year they split the Championship with Nebraska and had 1 black player,Julius Whittier, on the squad.
That was not the 2010 national championship matchup. If you're talking about the Iron Bowl rivalry game between Auburn and Alabama, then Auburn defeated Alabama in that game last year. The 2010 NCAA National Championship Game in football was won by Auburn against Oregon.
This is not a question - it's a STATEMENT !
2008 Florida - 24 vs Oklahoma - 14