USC has won the most team national championships, and UCLA has won the most combined.Who are the next ten schools? this is not including football the NCAA dose not award national championships in football so its hard to say and you will pobabibly get a different answer depending on who you ask
Appalachian State University
I can only name one and that's Nick Saban. 1st with LSU and 2nd with Alabama!
Stanford and Maryland
I don't know the complete list, but I do know that Michigan State was the first D-1 university to win two championships in both basketball and football. Florida is another one.
Eight NCAA D-1A teams have one national title. All eight did not have a tie in the season they won.
so first of all they don't count their national championships like any other schools they claim a lot of them.Actually, Alabama has 8, Maybe 9 LEGIT national championships they have claimed about 5 so they do not ave 13,14,15 etc they have 8-9
Unless I am mistaken, there is only one: Nick Saban, who won the BCS Championship at LSU (2004) and at Alabama (2009).
Florida in 2006 is it. Michigan State University 1950 and 60's in football. '79 and '00 for basketball.
Two schools have won NCAA national championships in football, baseball, and men's basketball: Jacksonville State University (NCAA Division II) Men's Basketball (1985) Baseball (1990, 1991) Football (1992) University of Wisconsin-Whitewater (NCAA Division III) Men's Basketball (1984, 1989) Baseball (2005) Football (2007, 2009, 2010) Note 1: The NCAA does not officially sanction a football national championship in FBS / Division I Note 2: Jacksonville State now competes at FCS / Division I
university of Florida, Ohio state university, ucla, and Michigan. maybe some more. Syracuse
Bear won 6 at Alabama and 13 with the SEC
You hear the national anthem at some football games especially pro football games and you can also hear them at public schools.
Division III football has many different football teams. It is by far the largest division in football with 449 member schools.
Yes As Of Monday April Second 2007
Louisiana State University (LSU) and the University of the Florida both have 2 BCS National Championship titles. Alabama has 1, along with seven other schools.
I don't know about the others, but Florida is the only school to do it in the same year. Maryland and Ucla are two that won both in different years who were the other division one schools In different years also -- California, Stanford, Michigan, Michigan State, Ohio State, Arkansas, and Syracuse.
because of the size of the schools
As far as national champions go in the SEC these teams have won: Alabama, LSU, Tennessee, Georgia, Georgia Tech, Kentucky, Auburn, Mississippi, and Florida are all the nationally acclaimed champions. There are others but different schools claim championships from one source while others do not claim the same source, so one must look to see if the championships are nationally acclaimed or not.
This depends entirly on the school, why not ask your football coach? Different schools have different rules.
USC Trojans 2004 season with Matt Leinart winning heisman. USC beat Oklahoma in the orange bowl 55-19