Michigan at 33
Alabama Crimson Tide
As of the 2008 season, the University of Michigan currently has the longest consecutive bowl appearances streak with 33 (1976-2008). Nebraska holds the all time record at 35 (1969-2003). That will stand for at least another 10 years unless Michigan wins every remaining game on their schedule this year, and then gets invited to a bowl at 6-6. Very doubtful.
33 as of 2008
Who holds the most consecutive bowl games won?
The "active" consecutive bowl game leader is Michigan, with 31 and counting.
The second Super Bowl was played at the Orange Bowl in Miami, Florida. On January 14, 1968, the Green Bay Packers of the National Football League won their second consecutive Super Bowl title, defeating the Oakland Raiders of the American Football League, 33-14.
He left in 1994 after Super Bowl XXVIII, the second consecutive NFL title game for Johnson's Cowboys.
Nebraska has the most consecutive bowl appearancesall-time. Top four consecutive bowl appearances all-time as of Jan. 07, 2008. You can look up the years yourself if you want them. 1. Nebraska 35 games in a row 2. Michigan 33 games 3. Florida St. 26 games 4. Alabama 26 games Michigan has the most currently active consecutive bowl game appearances. Top four current consecutive bowl streaks through Jan. 07, 2008. 1. Michigan 33 games in a row and still active 2. Florida St. 26 games 3. Florida 17 games 4. Virgina Tech 15 games And while we're at it, Alabama has the most bowl appearances all-time. Top five bowl appearances all-time as of Jan. 07, 2008. 1. Alabama 56 games 2. Tennessee 48 games 3. Texas 48 games 4. USC 47 games 5. Nebraska 44 games