I can only name one and that's Nick Saban. 1st with LSU and 2nd with Alabama!
Since beginning play in 1892, the program has accepted 14 of the national championships awarded to the team, including 9 wire-service (AP or Coaches) national titles in the poll-era.
Unless I am mistaken, there is only one: Nick Saban, who won the BCS Championship at LSU (2004) and at Alabama (2009).
None. The NCAA does not recognize football championships, however Alabama has a whole slew of AP and Coaches poll championships the last being in 1992. At least 7 times (61, 64, 65, 73, 78, 79, 92)
Bob Devaney won two National Championships at Nebraska in 1970 and 1971. Tom Osborne won thee in 1994, 1995, and 1997.
Alabama Football team has a NCAA recognized 14 National Championships of which 9 are awarded by the Associated Press, Coaches Poll, or a combination of both. (25, 26, 30, 34, 41, 61AP/CP, 64AP/CP, 65AP, 73CP, 78AP, 79AP/CP, 92AP/CP, 09AP/CP, 11AP/CP) The Womens Gymnastics team has 6 National Championships: 88, 91, 96, 02, 11, 12 The Women's Cheer-leading Squad has 1 National Championship: 2011 The Women's Golf team has 1 National Championship: 2012 The Women's Softball team has 1 National Championship: 2012 So if you count retroactive and major but non-AP or Coaches polls for football its 23 total; or if you only count Coaches and Associated Press Polls in football its 18 total.
Urban Meyer for one.
It depends on what you use for a National Championship Selector. Missouri has none with the BCS, AP, or Coaches Poll. check the link
NCAA don't officially recognize football championships. My Sooner have won 7 championships thru the AP Poll and UPI (coaches) and one BCS championship.
Maryland has claimed 1 national title in 1953 with the AP & Coaches polls
that would be Alabama
Ohio State has won seven (7) "national championships" in college football as selected by at least one "major" title selector (the AP, the Coaches Poll, the BCS or their predecessors). The titles claimed by the Buckeyes are 1942, 1954, 1957, 1961, 1968, 1970 and 2002.
4 - National Championships - 1963, 1969, 1970, 20054 - Coaches' Poll National Championships4 - Poll Era National Championships3 - AP National Titles
There are 32 head coaches (one for every team) and a lot of assistants.
yes.. nick saban
Urban Meyer Bobby Bowden Joe Paterno Dennis Erickson Urban Meyer Bobby Bowden Joe Paterno Dennis Erickson
1. Urban Meyer 2. Pete Carroll 3. Bobby Bowden 4. Dennis Ericson 5. Joe Paterno
According to the 2010 College Football Data Warehouse (see below), Bear Bryant of Alabama has the most, with 6. Next are Bernie Bierman of Minnesota with 5, then Frank Leahy of Notre Dame and Robert Neyland of Tennessee with 4 each. Barry Switzer and Bud Wilkinson, both of Oklahoma, and John McKay of USC have 3 each. 12 coaches have two national championships each. Eleven of these two-championship coaches have won both at the same school. These are: Blaik of Army, Parsegian of Notre Dame, Devaney of Nebraska, Bowden of FSU, Royal of Texas, Erickson of Miami, Paterno of Penn State, Hayes of Ohio State, Osborne of Nebraska, Carroll of USC, and Meyer of Florida. The College Football Data Warehouse (CFBDW) is an online database that has collected and researched information on college football and national championship selections. It provides a comprehensive inventory of national championship selectors and has itself recognized selectors that it has deemed to be the most acceptable throughout history: the National Championship Foundation, the Helms Athletic Foundation, the College Football Researchers Association, the Associated Press Poll, and the Coaches Poll.