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.
30 - Florida State
Linfield College in McMinnville, OR. 54 consecutive winning seasons as both NAIA and NCAA Division III teams.
The Virginia Tech Hokies as evidenced by their streak of 7 consecutive seasons with 10 or more wins.
Ridley High School, Folsom PA 1955-2013 (58 consecutive seasons, and counting)
There were just five Colleges in history, which have gotten the death penalty. It was the University of Kentucky in basketball (1952-1953 season), the University of Southwestern Louisiana also in basketball (1973-1974, 1974-1975 seasons), the Southern Methodist University in football (1987 and 1988 seasons), the Morehouse College in Second Division college Soccer (2004 and 2005 seasons) and the MacMurray College in Third division College soccer (2005-2006, 2006-2007 seasons)
The Texas Longhorns and the Virginia Tech Hokies currently have 6 consecutive 10-win seasons. The Florida State Seminoles still hold the record with 14 consecutive 10+ win seasons (that streak ended in 2001 when they posted an 8-4 record). Alabama Crimson Tide and Oklahoma Sooners have the most 10-win seasons in history with 30 apiece.
The University of Oklahoma