Michigan with an overall winning percent of .754
A wild card team in football is a team that does not win its own division but makes the playoffs on the basis of having the best overall record of the remaining nondivisional winning teams.
Chelsea because they are the best team in the history of football to play.
The University of Michigan; They also have the highest winning percentage--The Leaders and Best!
University of Texas
5 AND 7
The Michigan Wolverines have the best record of any school in all divisions of college football history.
Bob Stoops of OU football team
The University of Oklahoma
All time the Chicago Bears hold the most wins in football history at 704 and the best winning percentage at .579.
green bay oackers
You cannot tell the best team, but the teams with the best records are generally more capable of winning than a team with a lesser record.
The team that wins the wildcard is the team that is not winning there division (ex: AL east. AFC south) but they have the best record of any team that's not winning their division
It depends upon the league/sport. In the NFL, for example, the team with the best overall record wins their division. In the event of a tie, the division record acts as the tiebreaker. I believe the best conference record wins the conference in NCAA Football, regardless of overall record. Then there are the league like the NHL, where a team earns 2 points for a win, 1 for a tie or post regulation loss--with the team accumulating the most points winning their division/conference.
Appalachian State is undefeated against Michigan
According to the Pro Football Hall of Fame, as of the start of the 2007 season the team with the best all time regular season winning percentage was the Miami Dolphins whose all time regular season record was 368-252-4 for a winning percentage of .593. Second was the Chicago Bears with an all time regular season record of 670-482-42 for a winning percentage of .579.
jacksonville jaguars are .700
The University of Kentucky Wildcats has the best winning record in NCAA history, with a 1876-577-1 record since 1903.
The University of Miami with an NCAA record of a 58 home game winning streak.
the Pittsburgh steelers