Princeton claims 28 national championships since 1869, the first season of college football. However, since 1936 (when the AP Poll began), both Alabama and Notre Dame are tied with 8 consensus titles.
LSU has won 4 national championships, 1908,1958,2003, and 2007. They were the first college to win 2 BCS National Championships.
The first was in 1963. They also won national championships in football in 1969, 1970 and 2005.
Notre Dame won its first College Football National Championship in 1924.
Stanford, with 99 total national championships. UCLA is first with 106, and USC is third with 91.
In 1869 Princeton and Rutgers split the college football National Championship. The first consensus (Coaches' and Media polls) National Championship was Oklahoma in 1950.
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
National Signing Day is usually the first Wednesday in February.
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.
The first American football game was a college game played in 1869. The National Football League was established in 1920.
UCLA has recently celebrated the "First to 100" national titles. So, at least for right now, UCLA has won the most national titles overall.
In college lacrosse, Johns Hopkins has won 44 national championships -- 35 of these were earned prior to the first NCAA Division I tournament in 1971.
Across all sports, the Pac-12 has more national championships than any other conference. In college football, it is difficult to determine which conference has more national championships than another for several reasons. First, teams shift conference affiliations from time to time. For example, Nebraska won three national titles int he 1990s as a member of the Big 12, but Nebraska is now a member of the Big Ten. The Big Ten now claims the titles as having been won by a member institution even though the titles were not won when Nebraska was a member institution. Additionally, there have often been multiple claimants to the title of "national champion" in any given season. As the NCAA does not award a championship of its own in the Divison I-FBS category, it has been historically left to the polls to decide the "national champion." Finally, the long history of college football leads to early skewed numbers when relatively few teams participated. Princeton and Yale, no longer part of the top division of college football, claim 44 national championships between the two schools. Add eight from Harvard, six from Penn, three from Cornell and one from Dartmouth would mean the Ivy League far and away has more championships (62) than any other conference. Then again, the Ivy League has not won a "major" college football championship since 1935 (Princeton).
3 he won his first with LSU 2003Then 2 with ALABAMA the 2009 and 2011
As of 2011, Alabama has 14 national championships. Recently they just beat LSU 21-0, which means they obviously get the title. They beat everyone they played except LSU the first time, but since they beat them so badly, they get all the awards.
Yes, National Signing Day is the first day a high school senior can sign a National Letter of Intent for college football.
Yes. The first college football game was played in 1879. The National Football League was formed in 1920. Football was very much a part of the way of life in the 1950s.
Yes, not only were they first to win both in the same year, but they were also the first team to have held both at the same time.
Three times: 1958, 2003, 2007. LSU is the first team to win the BCS Championship twice.
The Ohio State Buckeyes on January 12, 2015.
no The Missouri Tigers is the name of the football team of the University Of Missouri in Columbia, Missouri. The college's first football team was formed in 1890 by the sophomore class of the "Academic School" (now the College of Arts and Science). The first intercollegiate game played by the Tigers was on Thanksgiving Day in 1890 against Washington University, who had already been playing for several years. The Tigers lost 28-0. While the Missouri Tigers have won 15 Conference Championships since that time, they have never won a National Championship.