They have won 7 National Championships in football. In Basketball They have one two national championships.
University of Kentucky
Football, basketball and baseball
Stanford and Maryland
Two schools have won NCAA national championships in football, baseball, and men's basketball: Jacksonville State University (NCAA Division II) Men's Basketball (1985) Baseball (1990, 1991) Football (1992) University of Wisconsin-Whitewater (NCAA Division III) Men's Basketball (1984, 1989) Baseball (2005) Football (2007, 2009, 2010) Note 1: The NCAA does not officially sanction a football national championship in FBS / Division I Note 2: Jacksonville State now competes at FCS / Division I
For the major sports, Alabama for football, UCLA for basketball, and LSU and South Carolina for baseball
They have won zero National Championships in basketball
Alabama's basketball team has 0 National Championships
Im pretty sure there are quite a few but off the top of my head The University of Texas
As of September 2014, the Texas Longhorns have won 50 national championships. Six of those championships have come in baseball and four of them in football.
No Alabama football coaches have won national championships.
11 NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS
I don't know the complete list, but I do know that Michigan State was the first D-1 university to win two championships in both basketball and football. Florida is another one.
Two NAIA baseball championships (1977, 1979), and one in men's basketball (1986).
Michigan State has 2 men's basketball national championships and Michigan has 1.
The University of North Carolina does not have any national championships in football.
The University of Wisconsin Badgers do not have any national championships in football.
Football-1 in 1964. Basketball-1 in 1994, except for track and field, that's it.
The UConn men's basketball team has won 2 national championships coming in 1999 and 2004. The UConn women's basketball team has won 6 national championships. The Huskies won the 2009 national championship in April.
11 national championship