Oklahoma had a big 48 game winning streak.
The Pittsburgh Steelers
Peter O'Toole holds the record for the longest time span between his first and last nominations (44 years), and he also holds the record for the greatest number of nominations without ever winning the Oscar for Best Actor (eight).
108 wins and 54 losses
The University of Kentucky Wildcats has the best winning record in NCAA history, with a 1876-577-1 record since 1903.
green bay oackers
The 1927 Yankees, arguably the greatest baseball team of all-time, had a winning percentage of .714 (coincidentally the number of career homeruns by Babe Ruth) by going 110-44. In 1998, they had a winning percentage of .704 with a won-loss record of 114-48. These are the only years their winning percentage was above .700. They swept the World Series in both of these years.
As of the end of the 2008 season the Colts have the best winning percentage over the past 10 years. Followed by the Patriots, Steelers, Eagles, and Titans. They are the only teams in that span with winning percentages at .600 or better. The Colts are the only team above .700 (.714 to be exact).