The University of Michigan is the most winningest football program in the history of the NCAA.
The University of Michigan has 910 wins as of the end of the 2013 college football season, more than any other program at any level of college football.
University of Michigan THE Ohio State University According to College Football Data Warehouse, as of the start of the 2009 season Michigan was the top Division 1 school 872 wins. OSU was 5th with 808.
While they played a few Division 1A teams in the past, Florida International became a Division 1A football program starting in the 2006 season. Their 2006 record was 0-12.
Division one simply means that you are in the most competitive level in college basketball, football, etc.
Northwestern's Wildcats have lost the most Division 1 games: 596
Division I college football is the top tier of college football. The record for consecutive field goals made at this level is split into two categories. The most in a season is 25 by Chuck Nelson. The most in a career is 30 also by Chuck Nelson.
Michigan has the most wins in Division I-A college football. Texas Longhorns are second (has 845) and Notre Dame is third (837)