Yes because the 2014 national championship happens ind 2015
The Florida State Seminoles won the 2014 NCAA football national championship.
The 2013-2014 championship football league started on August, 3 2013. The championship football league season ended on May 33, 2014.
The two colleges that shared the national championship football title in January of 1933 was Princeton and Michigan. Since 2014, Princeton has was 28 championships and Michigan has won 16 championships.
BCS stands for Bowl Championship Series, which was a form of playoff among college football teams between 1998 and 2013, to decide a "National Champion" for the year. It was replaced in 2014 by the College Football Playoff system (CFP). The BCS and CFP were created because NCAA football does not have a national championship tournament as do other college sports (e.g. baseball, basketball). Prior to the BCS, the football "champions" for a year were decided by voting or polls by various organizations. 2) BCS is used in some colleges to represent a baccalaureate degree - "Bachelor of Computer Science." 3) Texas A&M University uses the acronym BCS to refer to the region around the school, centered in two cities (Bryan-College Station).
The NCAA does not select a champion in Division I-FBS college football-the only varsity, NCAA-sponsored sport to not have an official championship. The NCAA does, however, recognize championships that are awarded by "major selectors;" organizations that are generally and widely regarded as major sources. Today, those sources are the BCS (in conjunction with its agreement with the ESPN/USA Today Coaches' Poll) and the Associated Press. Beginning with the 2014 football season, the College Football Playoff will replace the BCS.
Jeopardy - 1984 2014 College Championship Quarterfinal Game 5 30-110 was released on: USA: 14 February 2014
Jeopardy - 1984 2014 College Championship Semifinal Game 5 30-115 was released on: USA: 21 February 2014
Jeopardy - 1984 2014 College Championship Semifinal Game 3 30-113 was released on: USA: 19 February 2014
Jeopardy - 1984 2014 College Championship Quarterfinal Game 3 30-108 was released on: USA: 12 February 2014
Jeopardy - 1984 2014 College Championship Semifinal Game 1 30-111 was released on: USA: 17 February 2014
The winner was Terry O' Shea from Princeton University.
1AA college football teams are now referred to as Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) schools. In the 2014 NFL draft there were zero first round picks from FCS schools.