In the Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) the two oldest coaches are: Joe Paterno - 82 (Penn State) Bobby Bowden - 79 (Florida State)
None of the active NFL head coaches have been enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
The Ohio Stat university with 17 wins longest current winning streak in division 1 ncaa football
1. Urban Meyer 2. Pete Carroll 3. Bobby Bowden 4. Dennis Ericson 5. Joe Paterno
The University of Miami with an NCAA record of a 58 home game winning streak.
Mike Shanahan. He currently coaches the Washington Redskins.
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Lou Holtz and Charlie Weis WRONG! Lou Holtz played for Kent State! Paul Johnson current head coach for Georgia Tech with one of the best Won/Loss records in D1 football. How 'bout George O'Leary, David Cutcliff, Mark Mangino and Mike Leach. There is one other one out there, but I don't know his name.
Morton plays in the Eastern division of the scottish football league and is known for its very aggressive offensive plays and for its extremely loyal fan base.
Indiana State University
TCU 12 in a row!
Division I is Joe Paterno. ---- The all time college football coaching leader in wins is John Gagliardi, current head coach of Division III St. John's University in Minnesota. His all time record, as of the 2008 season, is 453-122-11. He spent four seasons at Carroll College (1949-1952) before moving to St. John's in 1953 where the 2008 season will be his 56th with them.
Current college football standings are: Alabama in first place, Oregon, Ohio state, Notre Dame, Georgia, Texas A&M, Standford, South Carolina, Florida, Florida State, Clemson.
University of Puget Sound. 22 losses
Longest College Football Losing StreaksAs of Oct. 2013, Southern Miss. has the longest losing streak at 0-18 & It extends back to 2 years ago (Starting in 2012-13 school year). New Mexico has the 2nd.
There are currently four NCAA divisions for college football. Division I-FBS allows 85 total players to receive a scholarship. In practice, all 85 players receive a full scholarship that completely pays for the players' college education. Division I-FCS allows 63 full scholarships, but these may be divided among any number of players (or 63 scholarship equivalencies). Division II allows 36 full scholarship equivalencies. Division III does not allow athletic scholarships. The NAIA also sponsors football in a single division. The NAIA allows 24 scholarship equivalencies. The are several other small organizing bodies, and scholarships vary widely between these organizations (although none exceed 24 equivalencies).
AnswerThere are currently 13 active coaches that have won a national title.*Coaches listed below along with current school*Pete Carroll -- USCMack Brown -- TexasBob Stoops -- OklahomaJim Tressell -- OSUBobby Bowden -- FSUSteve Spurrier -- South CarolinaUrban Meyer -- FloridaNick Saban -- AlabamaLes Miles -- LSUDennis Erickson -- ASUBobby Ross -- ArmyJoe Paterno -- PSUHoward Schnellenberger -- Florida-AtlanticThe SEC leads conferences with 4 active coaches with titles.Larry Coker and Phil Fulmer are the most recent to leave the list, with Coker now coaching at FCS UTSA
It is surprising to know that the best up-to-the-minute college football scores, polls, and rankings for all teams.can be currently be found on the website of USA Today.
You can definitely go on to play college football. Plenty of current college football players attended private high schools. Bennie Fowler from Michigan State attended Detroit Country Day which is a private school.