With 35 victories in a row, Chuck Ealey, quarterback for the University of Toledo from 1969-1971 has the most consecutive wins of any NCAA quarterback.
David Greene is the winningest QB in NCAA history with 42 wins, but they were not consecutive. He had 9 losses in his college career.
Only Matt Leinart and Ken Dorsey have come close to matching Chuck's record with 34 straight victories each. Both of these QBs lost their final college games.
Chuck Ealey finished his college career with a 35-0 record, 3 MAC Player of the year awards, 3 Tangerine Bowl victories, as well as being named the bowl games MVP all three years.
Despite his accomplishments, he is not in the College Football Hall of Fame...yet.
Jim McMahon held 70 NCAA records (and was tied for another) when he graduated from BYU in 1981. No quarterback has ever held more records than that at one given time.
Kellen Moore with 50 wins.
bobby knight i believe
1982 Wichita State Shockers were 73-14 and established an NCAA record for single-season wins
Colt McCoy holds the record for now. Kellen Moore will pass Colt's record to set the bar even higher. Kellen also will set a record for the most Touchdowns for an FBS Quarterback by the end of this years season. 2011-12
Norte dame has more consecutive wins and overall championships in NCAA history.