Northwestern wildcats - 30 1980
Michigan has the most wins in Division I-A college football. From 1907 to 1917, Washington football teams were unbeaten in 63 consecutive games, fielding 1930 points, and allowing only 118, still an NCAA Division I-A record
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University of Miami,Florida. 58 consecutive wins,an NCAA Record
The University of Oklahoma
The Mount Union Purple Raiders have 55 consecutive victories, the most of any division of NCAA football. But they were not in "consecutive weeks". In addition to having one or more "bye weeks" during the regular season, there is a 8-9-month period between seasons to break up the "consecutive weeks". In fact, if you keep this "consecutive weeks" as part of the question, it's going to be very difficult for anyone to answer this question, and I don't see why the answer would be meaningful to anyone.
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What college basketball team has the most losses?
University of Colorado
Linfield College in McMinnville, OR. 54 consecutive winning seasons as both NAIA and NCAA Division III teams.
Cory Bradford from the University of Illinois holds the NCAA record for the most consecutive games with a 3 pointer (88).
The current leader for most consecutive appearances is Arizona with 23.
In Division I football, according to the 2008 NCAA Division I football records manual, the record is 40 and held by Nebraska (1962-2001) and Notre Dame (1889-1932, Notre Dame did not field teams in 1890 and 1891). Click on the 'NCAA Division I Football Records' link below to see the manual. You will need Adobe Reader to be able to view it.
UCLA with 13!
LSU with two losses in 2007
UCLA has won the most consecutive NCAA Division I Men's basketball championships, but Kenyon Univ has the most consecutive championships in any sport with 30 in DIII Swimming and Diving. Hobart College has the most consecutive team championships in any sport with 12 in D III Lacrosse.
233 by Alex Trlica of Texas Tech. He played every game of his freshman through senior year and never missed.