Yale University is the school with the most national championships in football. The school with the most wins in NCAA Division I football is the University of Michigan.
Im pretty sure there are quite a few but off the top of my head The University of Texas
The University of Notre Dame has a storied football program. During its existence the school has won 11 national football championships.
Massillon Washington High School in Massillon, Ohio.
Sidney Stringer Academy
North Carolina, they have won 27.
No. The school has won 17 National championships combined, but 0 for football.
* Through spring 2007 * The NCAA does not conduct a championship for the Division I Football Bowl Subdivision (Division I FBS - formerly Division I-A). Instead, these teams participate in a national championship system developed by the Bowl Championship Series (BCS) organization. * ** Past Division I Football Bowl Subdivision (Division I FBS) national champions. * Coed championships include rifle; skiing; and since 1990, fencing. * Each school involved in a tie is credited with one championship. * The boxing championships were discontinued after the 1960 championships. * * Division II school competing in a Division I,II or Division I, II, III national collegiate championship. * ** Division III school competing in a Division I,II,III national collegiate championship.GeorgiaTotal NCAA Team Championships: 24men's championships: 8women's championships: 16coed championships: 0Breakdown by Sport:men's baseball: 1men's golf: 2women's golf: 2women's gymnastics: 8women's swimming & diving: 4men's tennis: 5women's tennis: 2Here's a list of National Football Titles they won:1927Georgia: Boand, PolingIllinois: Billingsley, Dickinson, Helms, National Championship Foundation, Parke DavisNotre Dame: HoulgateYale: Football Research1942Georgia: Berryman, DeVold, Houlgate, Litkenhous, Poling, WilliamsonOhio St.: AP, Billingsley, Boand, Dunkel, Football Research, National Championship FoundationWisconsin: Helms1946Army: Boand*, Football Research, Helms*, Houlgate, Poling*Georgia: WilliamsonNotre Dame: AP, Berryman, Billingsley, Boand*, DeVold, Dunkel, Helms*, Litkenhous, National Championship Foundation, Poling*, Sagarin1968Georgia: LitkenhousOhio St.: AP, Berryman, Billingsley, Dunkel, FACT, FB News, Football Research, FW, Helms, National Championship Foundation, NFF, Poling, UPITexas: DeVold, Matthews, Sagarin1980Florida St.: FACT*Georgia: AP, Berryman, FACT*, FB News, FW, Helms, National Championship Foundation, NFF, Poling, Sporting News, UPINebraska: FACT*, SagarinOklahoma: Billingsley, Dunkel, MatthewsPittsburgh: DeVold, FACT*, Football Research, NY Times
No, Alaska does not have a Division 1A football school nor does it have a Division 1AA, now known as Division 1 Football Championship Subdivision, football school.