This was true up until 2008.. Michigan definitely does not have it now. Since the question is about the current winning streak and not the past, Florida State University (FSU) has the longest streak of consecutive winning seasons. That may be in jeopardy as they are 6-6 going into their Bowl game. FSU & WVU meet in the Gator Bowl New Years Day. The game was sold out within hours of the matchup. In fact, they had to bring in 6,000 extra seats bringing the total to almost 84,000 which will be more than any BS Bowl brings in. FSU has beaten WVU in the 2004 Gator Bowl when WVU was a much better team than they are now. We'll see if that streat continues. They also beat them in the 1982 Gator Bowl. The only other time they've played.
Linfield has not had a losing football season since the 1950s.
Division III school Mount Union in Ohio holds the NCAA record for consecutive wins with 55 between 2000-2003.
The Division I record is held by the University of Oklahoma who won 47 straight games between 1953-1957. Michigan has 41 consecutive wins.
As of October 18, 2007 the Division II record is held jointly by Hillsdale of Michigan and Grand Valley State of Michigan at 34 games. The Grand Valley streak is current and they can gain hold of the all time record with a victory over Northwood on October 20, 2007.
88 consecutive wins by John Wooden's UCLA Bruins. Yes, the same Wooden that won 10 championships. The record was snapped by the Houston Cougars(I believe they won the championship that year anyway). If you want ALL colleges, it would be Indian Hills Community College in Ottumwa, IA with 89 wins from 1997-1999.
The streak was ended by Notre Dame, not Houston, on Jan. 14, 1974. Nd scored 12 straight points in the final 2:11. Dwight Clay hit a jumper from the baseline with 0:29 left to provide the final 71-70 margin. Best Basketball contest I ever attended.
Michigan has the most wins in Division I-A College Football.
From 1907 to 1917, Washington football teams were unbeaten in 63 consecutive games, fielding 1930 points, and allowing only 118, still an NCAA Division I-A record
Linfield College in McMinnville, OR. 54 consecutive winning seasons as both NAIA and NCAA Division III teams.
The University of Michigan; They also have the highest winning percentage--The Leaders and Best!
30 - Florida State
The University of Oklahoma
The Yankees have had a winning record for the past 18 consecutive seasons. From 1993 to 2010.
The Dallas Cowboys from 1966 to 1985 (20 seasons) hold the record for most consecutive winning seasons.
I believe the answer is the San Antonio Spurs.
The Cowboys had a winning regular season record for 20 seasons between 1966-1985.
the same team with 26 worls series titles . YAnkees! Yankees! Yankees! The Yankees just guaranteed (with their most recent win), a winning season for 2010. This ties the record for 2nd most consecutive winning seasons. The most consecutive winning seasons in MLB history: 1st - The New York Yankees: 1926 to 1964 (39 consecutive winning seasons) 2nd (tie) - Baltimore Orioles from 1968 to 1985 (18 consecutive winning seasons) - New York Yankees from 1993 to 2010 (18 consecutive winning seasons - streak still intact)
The UCLA Men's Basketball team hold that record, winning 88 games through the years 1971-1974. The UCONN Women's Basketball team has won 77 games to this date.
The all-time record for most consecutive losing seasons is held by Prairie View A&M University in Prairie View, Texas. PVAMU, a Division I-AA (FCS) school, compiled 31 consecutive losing seasons from 1976-2006. From 1989-1998, the Panthers lost an NCAA record (all divisions) 80-straight games, nearly doubling second-place Columbia's 44 consecutive losses. The Panthers finally achieved a winning 7-3 record in 2007 before going 9-1 in 2008, and again going 9-1 as well as winning the SWAC championship in 2009. Oregon State University ran up 28 consecutive losing seasons from 1971-1998 to earn the NCAA Division I-A (FBS) record for consecutive losing seasons. During that time the Beavers compiled a 65-238-6 record.
Pittsburgh pirates 19 seasons
The record belongs "officially" to the 2003-2004 New England Patriots with 21... including playoffs making them the most consecutive. Indy Colts 2008-2009 had 23 regular season wins. The previous poster said the New England record included pre-season games. In fact neither teams records include preseason games. Both lost preseason games during the "streaks." The difference being that the Patriots record is considered the "official NFL record" because it includes playoffs games.
Yea, they broke that record in 2010
Orioles and Yankees