As of September 17, 2012, the University of Michigan has 897 wins-the most by any college football program, all-time.
The University of Michigan is the most winningest football program in the history of the NCAA.
With an overall record is 697 wins, 345 losses and 31 ties, Wittenberg has the most wins of any NCAA Division III football program in history
The University of Michigan Wolverines have the most wins of any college football program in the country.
The University of Michigan has more wins at home than any other program in history. Michigan also leads the list of all-time wins, regardless of venue.
The University of Michigan has the most college football wins of any NCAA team.
Manchester United hold the record for the most home wins in football.
Penn State's Joe Paterno has the most wins in college football history.
The Dallas Cowboys have the most wins with 42.
What coach in Division II football has the most wins?
The college football team that had the most wins during the 1990's was, Florida State.
University of Michigan THE Ohio State University According to College Football Data Warehouse, as of the start of the 2009 season Michigan was the top Division 1 school 872 wins. OSU was 5th with 808.
Florida State had the most wins from 1990 to 1999.
Michigan has the most wins in Division I-A college football. Texas Longhorns are second (has 845) and Notre Dame is third (837)
Paul "Bear" Bryant holds the record for most wins ever among Southeastern Conference (SEC) football coaches with 323.
As of the start of the 2007 season, the Dallas Cowboys have the most wins on Monday Night Football with 40. Click on the 'MNF Records' on this page to see the win loss records of all teams on Monday Night Football.