The University of Kentucky Wildcats has the best winning record in NCAA history, with a 1876-577-1 record since 1903.
The University of Michigan
The University of Oklahoma
The team with the best record in the best conference.
girls- UCONN boys- Duke
Because she is the all-time strikeouts leader in NCAA softball history, she broke Cat Osterman's record (who is also on the team)
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The Kentucky Wildcats are the winningest team in NCAA Basketball history.
The best team in the NBA history is Phoenix Suns.
It depends upon the league/sport. In the NFL, for example, the team with the best overall record wins their division. In the event of a tie, the division record acts as the tiebreaker. I believe the best conference record wins the conference in NCAA Football, regardless of overall record. Then there are the league like the NHL, where a team earns 2 points for a win, 1 for a tie or post regulation loss--with the team accumulating the most points winning their division/conference.
The Michigan Wolverines have the best record of any school in all divisions of college football history.
The Miami Dolphins, with a 17-0 record in 1972.
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The New England Patriots are currently the best team in history with a record of 18-1 and hold the record for most touchdowns in a season with Tom Brady with 50
The University of Michigan; They also have the highest winning percentage--The Leaders and Best!
new England patriots
Norte dame has more consecutive wins and overall championships in NCAA history.
that would be Alabama
The Miami Hurricanes, because they have the longest winning streak in ncaa history and the most 1st round draft pick.
In each league, the team with the best record normally plays the Wild Card team. The exception is that if the team with the best record and the Wild Card team are from the same division, then the team with the best record plays the division winner with the worst record.